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A full-text database of federal, state, and some international tax materials. It contains full-text laws and regulations, as well as a number of important secondary tax research sources.
Includes financial/valuation data and embedded audit trails to see how an item is derived.
- Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
The IRS is the U.S. government agency responsible for tax collection and tax law enforcement. Contains downloadable forms, instructions, and agency information.
- ProQuest Statistical Abstract of the U.S. – Section 15 – Business Enterprise
Information on: tax returns, partnership-selected balance,income, and asset sheets, non-financial non-corporate business-sector balance sheets, corporate funds sources and uses, annual payroll and employment statuses, number of active establishments by employer and age, U.S. firms ownership by race, age, sex, and ethnicity, bankruptcy petitions filed, patents and trademarks, copyright registration by subject, business cycle expansions and contractions, and corporate profits.
- Wiley GAAP 2020 Interpretation and Application of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
“The most comprehensive guide to FASB Codifications, updated with the latest pronouncements Wiley GAAP 2020 is the essential resource for US GAAP implementation. Covering all codifications by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) – including the latest updates – this book provides clear explanations and practical examples for real-world application of these dynamic guidelines. Each chapter includes relevant sources of GAAP and expert guidance on interpretation, terminology, relevant concepts, and applicable rules, while in-depth discussion on the issues surrounding specific pronouncements offers informative perspective for a variety of scenarios. Staying up-to-date with constantly-evolving guidelines is a challenge. Wiley GAAP 2020 provides the guidance, insight, and perspective accounting professionals need to ensure accurate and up-to-date GAAP implementation.”
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