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Editorial materials most frequently used include:
One of the most commonly used resource that provides detailed and comprehensive analysis of all federal tax laws, regulations, relevant court cases, and IRS rulings and releases. The expert analysis contained therein is supported by extensive and detailed citations to controlling authorities. Thorough coverage of all federal income, estate, gift, excise, FICA, FUTA, and U.S. based international taxes is included. Often providing easier solutions to tax questions, the editorial information is organized by subject.
Containing much of the same information as the Federal Tax Coordinator, the information in this resource is organized by code section. Although most find this type of organization difficult to use, the annotations generally provide a much more thorough reference to judicial decisions and IRS pronouncements than the Federal Tax Coordinator.
A tax treatise is a formal and systematic written discourse on a particular area of taxation that provides information in greater depth and detail than such resources as RIA and BNA. Experienced tax professionals will often refer first to a treatise when researching a complex tax issue. Two such treatises are: