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Tax Law - Federal

This guide is primarily focused on sources for researching basic federal tax law in the United States.

IRS Tools

IRS Publications

IRS Publications are guides the IRS puts out annually to help Taxpayers correctly file their taxes, and inform individuals of the changes in the tax law. The Publications update annually, and you should look at the publication for the tax year in question. 

Low Income Taxpayer Clinics

Professional Associations

Bloomberg Terminal

The Bloomberg terminal is located in the GSU College of Law Library on the 5th floor across from the reference desk. While using the Bloomberg terminal you will have access to the following Bloomberg Tools: 

  • BNA Tax Portfolios;
  • Practical Guidance;
  • Practical Tools; 
  • Chart Builders; 
  • News and
  • Legal Analysis 

For Library Access and Hours click here 

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