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I.R.S. Cumulative Bulletins are on Hein Online

The law library now has access to the Cumulative Bulletins, which compile the Revenue Rulings, Revenue Procedures, IRS Announcements/Notices, as well as proposed, temporary, and final regulations (announced as Treasury Decisions) from the weekly I.R.S. Internal Revenue Bulletins. Our subscription includes all volumes from 1919 until 2008 when the agency stopped publishing them in the original format. Users can access the Cumulative Bulletins by taking the following steps:
  • First, log on to the law library's VPN and click "Hein Online" from the drop-down menu under "legal databases" on the law library's website.  
  • Second, scroll down the menu and click the "+" sign next  to "Federal Agency Documents, Decisions, and Appeals"
  • Third, click "U.S. Federal Agency Documents" from the menu
  • Fourth, scroll down the page until you arrive at "Internal Revenue Cumulative Bulletin. Click the "+" sign to browse through the volumes. The Internal Revenue Bulletins are available from 2009-2013 on Hein Online by clicking "Internal Revenue Weekly Bulletin Cumulation"
The 1996-2014 issues of the Internal Revenue Bulletin are available on in PDF format.


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