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Thursday, May 16, 2013

Tax Almanacs

Tax almanacs save tax attorneys an enormous amount of time by providing quick practical tax related information in one paperback source. Specifically, they contain tax tables such as those related to 2012 tax rates and earned income tax credit as well as convenient steps for preparing returns, changes in tax statutes and regulations, and an overview and analysis of virtually every tax issue ranging from partnership issues and business expenses to charitable donations. There are annotations to primary sources of tax law such as the code, treasury regulations, case law, and pronouncements as well as references to practice guides such as the Standard Federal Tax Reporter (CCH) and the United State Tax Reporter (RIA).

The library has the following tax almanacs in it's collection, which are updated annually:

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