Users can now search an expanded collection of source documents organized in nine distinctive categories: Code and Explanations, Regulations, IRS Documents, Internal Revenue Manual, IRS Written Determinations, Court Opinions, Tax Legislation, Quick Reference and Other Documents, and Archives. In the Federal Research Library's new home page, a "What's New" feature lists all new documents added for the last seven days (and also 30 days) by category with a scrolling list of the most significant recent documents added.
Additions to the library include over 100,000 court opinions with parallel citations that date back to 1913; full legislative history that includes enrolled bills, House, Senate, and Conference Committee Reports, and Joint Committee on Taxation explanations dating back to 1981; IRS fact sheets; Congressional Research Service reports; and the Internal Revenue Manual.
"Our new Federal Research Library contains all of the essential source materials for federal tax research," said Christopher Bergin, the President and Publisher of Tax Analysts. "We're proud to give our customers this enhanced service and we'll continue to improve all of our products."
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