Oriented toward the process of conducting tax research in real world situations, this book presents the subject of tax research within a uniquely integrated format. First, the book combines the presentation of how to perform research with a discussion of the research resources that exist. Secondly, the book brings together a discussion of both electronic and print research tools. The volume provides an overview of tax research, the internal revenue code, treasury and judicial interpretations, how to discover relevant primary authority using reference services and other secondary sources, culmination of the tax research process, communicating research results, overview of tax procedure, and state tax research, For accounting professionals and others interested in tax research.
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Table of Contents1. Overview of Tax Research.
2. The Internal Revenue Code.
3. Treasury Interpretations.
4. Judicial Interpretations.
5. How to Discover Relevant Primary Authority: Using Reference Services and Other Secondary Sources.
6. Culmination of the Tax Research Process.
7. Communicating Research Results.
8. Overview of Tax Procedure.
9. State Tax Research.
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Overall, the book is an excellent source for tax research. My only complaint is the excessive number of typographical errors. There are many minor typos dealing with punctuation. There are a couple of significant errors: In Chapter 5, oage 236, the first line is a repeat of the last line on page 235. Next, in Chapter 4, page 188 the abbreviation for Federal Supplement Report 2d reads "F. Suppl 2d" when it should read "F. Supp.2d". Including this in a citation would make it an improper citation and ultimately affect the grade on an exam or project. Another thing I found was on the copyright page which follows the title page. A blank label was applied over another label which when I removed it read "Pearson Education, This book is not for sale in the USA or Canada." With so many errors in the book, it was not worth the $139.70 spent on this book.