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Tax Research — Online Resources

Anne Fairpo Director Wragge & Co tells us how she uses the internet for research
The world moves inexorably further online with the social networking sites currently attracting all the attention — sometimes even in tax (see David Nickson's article on some tax implications of Second Life commerce for example — The Tax Journal Issue 903 1 October 2007) — and tax is not immune. It isn't all about filing online though — the amount and quality of tax information available on the Internet increases daily.
Beyond the lure of the Google search box (and the dubious quality of some of the results when searching for tax information) there is a wide range of tax research materials online and some options for finding...

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