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Federal Tax Research Guide  

A guide to conducting federal tax research.
Last Updated: Aug 11, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Locating Tax Materials at Tarlton

Materials on taxation are generally located on the 4th floor (map) and can be found in the call number range KF6271 - KF6645.

Find additional resources about income tax, corporate tax, partnership tax, and estate and gift tax in TALLONS.


About Tax Research

Conducting legal research in tax law can be highly complex and technical. Moreover, the law changes frequently. The Internal Revenue Code is regularly amended several times each year, and the Treasury Department issues many new, proposed, temporary, and amended regulations. In addition, the IRS publishes several types of regulatory and administrative documents. Researchers must be aware of the types of documents, how they can be located and updated, and their level of authority.

In order to guide the researcher through the complex and ever-changing thicket of tax law, there are several specialized tools and finding aids available. 

The researcher should also note that tax law has specialized Bluebook citation rules for administrative materials and court cases (see Bluebook (19th ed.) pp. 221--223.)

This research guide introduces the specialized materials for tax research and recommended research sources.

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