Tax Research Compendium

Table of Contents :

* The Legislative History of the following sections of the Internal Revenue Code -

6020(b); 6321; 6331; 7201; 7203; 7206; 7212

* Joint Committee on Taxation
* Complete 1939 Internal Revenue Code
* Complete 1954 Internal Revenue Code
* Complete 1986 Internal Revenue Code
* Bretton Woods Agreement of 1945 w/1976 amendments

Comprehensive list of file names, descriptions and number of pages (85,000+ pages total)

Primary documents for the derivation of the original Internal Revenue Code of July 1, 1862 with references to the Statutes at Large

Agencies appearing in the Code of Federal Regulations

Code of Federal Regulations - Parallel Table of Authorities : Cross references between the Internal Revenue Code and the Code of Federal Regulations

* Title 5, (1998) Code of Federal Regulations - fully searchable
* Title 12, (1999) Code of Federal Regulations - fully searchable
* Title 19, (1998) Code of Federal Regulations - fully searchable
* Title 20, (1999) Code of Federal Regulations - fully searchable
* Title 22, (1999) Code of Federal Regulations - fully searchable
* Title 26, (1999) Code of Federal Regulations - fully searchable
* Title 27, (1999) Code of Federal Regulations - fully searchable
* Title 31, (1998) Code of Federal Regulations - fully searchable
* Title 42, (1998) Code of Federal Regulations - fully searchable
* Cross Reference of Enforcement Regulations
* Legal Reference Guide for Revenue Officers
* IRS Forms and Publications
* The 16th Amendment
* The Victory Tax Act
* Criminal Tax Manual
* Full text of 35 relevant US Supreme Court court cases
* Dictionary Act of 1871 (defines "income")
* Freedom of Information Act(s), 1946-1986 w/complete legislative history
* Act Establishing the Corporate U.S. (in which "income tax" laws are applied)
* Oath of Office - the first law passed by Congress through 1998
* Paperwork Reduction Act, 1980-1995 w/complete legislative history
* Privacy Act, 1974-1988
* Trading With the Enemy Act, 1917
* Treasury Orders and Directives (partial)
* United States Code, Titles - 1; 4; 5; 12; 15; 18; 19; 22; 26; 27; 28; 31; 42; 44; 48
* Taxes For Revenue Are Obsolete, text of a speech given by former FED Chairman Beardsley Ruml in 1946
* United States Constitution Annotated, 1992 , w/1996 & 1998 supplements