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Treatises, major databases, current awareness, and other resources for federal and state tax research.
News and analysis of federal, state, and international tax issues from publisher Tax Analysts. Includes access to the latest international tax news and treaties from across the globe. Sign up for Tax Notes Today International (daily) and Tax Notes International (weekly), to stay up-to-date on international tax topics.
International tax law and cross-border investments. Includes tax treaties, individual and corporate taxation information, tax caselaw, and commentary from journals and books. Restricted to UCI Law community members. Law VPN required.
17 WG&L treatises focusing on international tax issues with a U.S. lens. Topics include OECD, VAT, foreign tax credits, U.S. income tax treaties, foreign-controlled businesses, and international transfer pricing, M&A, derivatives, withholding, and estate planning.
110+ WG&L treatises on a full range of tax topics, domestic and international. Search across this authoritative set of tax treatises or select a relevant title. Chapters or sections of non-"international tax" WG&L treatises may contain additional relevant information.
Includes in-depth analysis of all relevant Internal Revenue Code provisions and Treasury Regulations and Rulings, annotated text of every U.S. income tax treaty, as well as key features such as summary status sheets to identify all treaties and agreements currently in force, concise general rules, and timesaving examples and tables.
Further guidance can be found through these more in-depth research guides:
Detailed guide written by librarians at Georgetown Law Library, including curated lists of secondary sources on international tax topics. Many links are to Georgetown versions of these resources, but most resources are also available through UCI.
Extensive guide from NYU Law LIbrary including country-specific resources, secondary sources by topic, blogs, and more. Many links are to NYU versions of these resources, but most resources are also available through UCI.