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Last Updated: May 17, 2013 URL: http://lawlibguides.sandiego.edu/Tax Print Guide

Analysis & Explanation Print Page

Where do I begin?

  • Hover over the Analysis & Explanation tab to see the sub-tabs.
  • Do you want an in-depth overview of the tax research process?  See, Tax Research Explanations.
  • Already have a firm grasp of the process, but would like to see a sampling of relatively short guides to structure your process?  See, Tax Research Explanations.
  • Want to be told what you need to do and how to do it?  See, Practice Materials.
  • Need to find tax articles?  See, Finding Tax Articles.
  • Interested in knowing what tax-specific journals you can access?  See, Tax Journals.
  • Want to find a source to stay on top of the latest developments in your area?  See, Latest Developments.
  • If you want a specific resource, the next three tabs at the top of this page are organized by document type:
    • Internal Revnue Code (statutes, legislative history, key Congressional committees)
    • Reg, Rulings & Pronouncements (Administrative documents such as regulations, Letter Rulings, U.S. Tax Court rulings, General Counsel Memorandum, etc.)
    • Judicial Decisions
  • The Databases & Websites tab contains many or all of the resources listed by category under the preceding tabs and include key administrative agencies, such as the IRS website.

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