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.
Includes primary source documents, as well as treatises, legislative histories, and scholarly works, both current and historical, related to bankruptcy law in the United States.
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.
"ProQuest Accounting & Tax database contains accounting, auditing, taxation, and financial management information. The database includes over 2,170 titles, as well as IASB, AICPA, and FASB accounting standards. It is national and international in scope, providing information on accounting policies and standards, state and national legislation, corporate and individual taxation, compensation and pension plans, and corporate financial management. This database contains the text of some articles plus FULL TEXT AT GU LAW links out to the articles in other databases. USE THIS LINK TO SEARCH THE ENTIRE DATABASE OR FIND INDIVIDUAL TITLES IN THE LIBRARY CATALOG."
This database, maintained by the European Commission, provides information about income taxes, value added taxes, social security taxes, and excise duties collected by each member state of the European Union. For each type of tax collected by each jurisdiction, you will find information about its legal basis, assessment base, main exemptions, applicable rate(s), economic and statistical classification, as well as the amount of revenue generated. Both current and historical information is provided.
Note: You must create a user ID and password on campus. Once an ID is created, the database can be accessed off-campus. To create your ID, click on "Sign In," then enter your Georgetown Law email address and click "Next." On the next page, click "Register Here." Off-campus students enrolled in online programs should contact email@example.com for assistance.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.