This site is the IRS's new venture on the WEB. It is their newest effort to provide public
access to tax information for taxpayers. Areas include Tax Forms and Instructions,
Frequently Asked Questions, Where to File, and Where to Get Help With Your Taxes.
The Tax Division of the Department of Justice, whose mission is "to handle or supervise civil and criminal matters that arise under the internal revenue laws"
|FedWorld U.S. Govt
This site is supported by the National Technical Information Service (NTIS) an agency of
the U.S. Department of Commerce. Its goal is to provide public access to locate, order,
and have delivered U.S. publications and information. Included in the information are IRS
publications and forms that can be downloaded.
Service-Criminal Investigation Division
The homepage of the special IRS agents assigned to investigate criminal activity with
regard to the tax system. Provides information about duties, fraud reporting, and
job opportunities. An interesting statistical presentation of investigations,
convictions, and prison sentences is provided. Also an excellent summary of the
reasons given for not paying taxes as well as why these reasons are based on faulty logic.
Must see for students in tax, and taxpayers contemplating tax evasion.
This is a general link to the Social Security Administration.
|Multistate Tax Commission
The Multistate Tax Commission is an agency of state governments established to help make
state tax systems fair, effective and efficient as they apply to interstate and
international commerce, and to protect state fiscal authority. Created 1967.
This site provides information on financial statements and financial reporting for
publicly traded firms. Try Edgar for Annual Reports.
This site is supported by the Government Accounting Office and provides access to numerous
reports by the GAO.
The US Customs service is responsible for enforcing various Internal Revenue tax
provisions. In particular the importing or exporting of various products are under
the jurisdiction of this agency.
|U.S. Treasury Department
This site has undergone significant renovation. A number of tax policy documents are available.
This is the site for the Government Information Exchange. The list of information items is
now too numerous to mention. Spend some time browsing here.
This site provides economic data for the U.S.. See the link in Tax tools for tax revenue
collection over the last 35 years.
Technical Information Service
Provides access to various government reports, tax publications and forms on CD-ROM and
several searchable databases of over 375,000 government publications.