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Tax Information

Currently, most 2013 forms and instructions are available on the IRS website at http://www.irs.gov/

The following are links to websites that have tax-related information:

Internal Revenue Service Links:                                     

Current Federal Income Tax Forms - direct link to IRS forms and instructions                               

Other Links:

AOL Tax Center - links to basics on taxes, tax calculators, etc.                        

GovSpot Taxes  -  - links to major tax sites, including Smart Money, Tax.org, Tax history project, etc.                                                             

Internet Public Library - U.S. Income Tax Preparation  - U.S. income tax pathfinder, including tax information, tax forms, tax news, newsgroups, etc.

Kiplinger -   tax tools, calculators, and related investment resources

Databases

BNA Tax and Accounting Center  The Tax and Accounting Center offers practitioners a comprehensive array of analysis, news, primary sources, and practice tools covering federal, international, and state tax issues and financial accounting.

RIA Checkpoint Federal Tax Library with AICPA Materials

Contains current and archival professional federal tax research materials including U.S. Tax Reporter, Federal Tax Coordinator 2d, Warren Gorham & Lamont Financial Reporting and Management Sources with AICPA materials, and RIA’s editorial analyses.

Tax Reform

  • TaxReform.GOV
    The House Ways & Means Committee and Senate Finance Committee have compiled the following website https://taxreform.gov/ to solicit public feedback on ways to reform the federal tax code. The site also includes hearings and other documents produced by these committees in the past couple of years.

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This library is a congressionally designated depository for U.S. Government documents. Public access to the government documents collection is guaranteed by public law. (Title 44 United States Code)

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