by Barbara H. Karlin
Oriented toward the process of conducting tax research in real world situations, this book presents the subject of tax research within a uniquely integrated format. First, it combines the presentation of how to perform research with a discussion of existing research resources. Secondly, it brings together a discussion of both electronic and print research tools. Emphasizing the process of using primary and secondary research tools, this book provides an essential tie between technical information about research resources and information about the research process itself. The book integrates the discussion of electronic and print research resources into each step of the research process and addresses available methods of accessing tax resources, providing the reader with the capability of mixing media depending on library availability and personal preferences.
It also includes a separate chapter on the World Wide Web to address additional issues and tools available using this medium even though the web is discussed in other chapters throughout the book. Finally, it presents practical elements of tax research, such as the need to be time efficient and how to perform research to maximum time efficiency. An essential reference guide for every professional accountant as well as any professional involved in finance.