Internet Uses for Tax Practice

Presented by 
Will Yancey, PhD, CPA


E-mail: wyancey@aclrsbs.com
Office phone: 734.744.4400
Web site: www.willyancey.com
This Web page: www.willyancey.com/tax_internet.htm

First version May 1996.  Last revised on June 1, 2007.


Outline

I.     Tax Practice in General

II.    Federal Tax Practice

III.   State and Local Tax Practice

IV.   Finding People, Places, and Public Records

V.    General Searches on the Web

VI.   Limitations with using the Web for Tax Research
 


I. Tax Practice in General

Tax and Accounting Sites Directory  www.taxsites.com

Tax and Accounting News and Software

Malpractice and Professional Standards

Recruiting and Compensating Tax Professionals


II. Federal Tax Practice

Thomas thomas.loc.gov

Federal tax legislation and committee reports since 1973, including:
Tax commitees in Congress:

IRS Web Site www.irs.gov

Many useful publications from the IRS, such as:

Court Decisions

Estate Planning

Personal Financial Planning

Oil and Gas

IRS Enforcement and Audits


III. State and Local Tax Practice

State and Local Tax Directories

Texas Taxes

Electronic Commerce Tax

Sampling For Tax Audits


IV. Finding People, Places, and Public Records

Professional Firms

Financial information

Public records


 

V. General Searches on the Web


 

VI. Limitations With Using the Internet For Tax Research


Please e-mail any comments or suggestions to wyancey@aclrsbs.com