CCH Tax Research Network contains the online counterparts to CCH's many tax publications, including the Standard Federal Tax Reporter and tax materials for all 50 states. Includes full text of all primary sources, plus CCH's own commentary and analysis. User can search full text, browse by code section, or retrieve a document by its citation.
The IBFD database contains over 40 online publications on international taxation covering every country in the world, access to Tax News Service for the latest tax news from around the globe, and a copy of almost every book published by IBFD (excluding books published in cooperation with 3rd parties). A major focus is the taxation systems of Europe.
OECD.Stat enables users to search for and download data from the many series of monthly, quarterly, and annual statistics compiled by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, a forum in which 36 of the most developed countries in the world share data and develop solutions to common problems related to economic and social policy. Subjects covered include general economic indicators, agriculture, development and foreign aid, foreign trade, industrial production, labor markets, national accounts, science and technology, and taxation. Users may work with individual data sets, build tables, and extract data from multiple datas sets.
Note: First-time Georgetown Law users need to create an individual account. On-campus users should register at the Tax Notes registration page. Off-campus users should register at Tax Notes - Registration for Off-Campus Users. Register for your profile using your Georgetown Law email. After you complete your registration, sign in to Tax Notes using your individual username and password. The Law Library has subscriptions to the electronic versions of three weekly publications: Tax Notes (Federal News & Analysis), State Tax Notes, and Tax Notes International. In addition, the library subscribes to Tax Practice, Federal Research Library, Tax Notes Today, State Tax Today and Worldwide Tax Daily. Georgetown faculty and students can sign up to receive daily emails of Tax Notes Today plus access an archive going back to 1987 on the web site.