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Fed. Income Tax Print Page

Research Guides

Links to guides developed by the LRC reference librarians for federal tax research and for tax research classes

Lexis & Westlaw

In WESTLAW, select DIRECTORY at the top of the page. Under Topical Practice Areas click on Taxation. To see what is included in the listed databases, click on the Scope information for FTX-ALL database next to each link.

  • LexisNexis Tax Law Center
    Sources include tax services, primary tax sources and general and topical analytical sources. You can search multiple sources by checking the boxes next to all relevant databases.

Library Resources

Cover Art
Effectively Representing Your Client Before the IRS - T. Keith Fogg (Editor)
Call Number: LRC Clinic KF6320 .E43 2011
ISBN: 1614381348
Publication Date: 2011-12-07

Cover Art
Helping Working Families : The Earned Income Tax Credit
Call Number: LRC Reading Room HJ4653.C73 H624 2003
ISBN: 0880992549

Online Databases


  • BNA's Tax Management Portfolio Plus
    The Tax and Accounting Center is organized by subject or “Practice Area,” accessible via the tabs located at the top of any of the “home” pages. Clicking the “All” tab at the far left will enable you to access all the content that is included in USD's subscription.
  • Checkpoint (RIA)
    You must be using a Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer browser. RIA Checkpoint provides access to tax and accounting topics such as: Federal Tax; State & Local Tax; International Tax; Accounting, Auditing, and Corporate Finance; Estate Planning; Payroll; Pension and Benefits.

IRS Sites

  • Appeals... Resolving Tax Disputes
  • EITC Home Page
    EITC, the Earned Income Tax Credit, sometimes called EIC is a refundable federal income tax credit for low to moderate income working individuals and families.
  • Offer in Compromise
    Settling tax debts for less than what the taxpayer owers based on:
    * Ability to pay;
    * Income;
    * Expenses; and
    * Asset equity.

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