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Tax Analysts Web Services

The law library subscribes to Tax Analysts web services, which is available to UHLC students and faculty by visiting the law library's website, and clicking "Tax Analysts web services" from the drop-down menu under "legal databases." This database requires connecting to the law library's VPN, when away from the law center. The library's subscription includes the following sources:
  • Tax Notes Today (TNT)
    • Published daily, provides the latest developments in federal tax law, such as proposed and final regulations, case law, pending legislation, revenue rulings and procedures as well as other agency decisions.
  • State Tax Today
    • Published daily, reports important state tax issues for jurisdictions throughout the country.
  • Worldwide Tax Daily
    • Published daily, reports tax news and developments from foreign jurisdictions throughout the globe.
  • Wordwide Tax Treaties
    • This source contains the full text of tax treaties along with the OECD, U.N., and U.S. model tax conventions.
The advanced search feature will allow the user to search all articles (from 1987 until today) from Tax Notes Today (TNT), State Tax Today, and Worldwide Tax Daily simultaneously. The Worldwide Tax Treaties advanced search option can be utilized to locate different types of tax treaties along with the model tax conventions, news articles, and other related sources.


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