Utilization of Computerized Tax Research Services in the Tax Research Curriculum

Doug Laufer, Larry Watkins

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in general the use of microcomputers, electronic spreadsheet, tax preparation and tax planning software programs are becoming an integral tool in public accounting and industry. For the tax practitioner. skill utilization of a tax database for computer assisted tax research is essential This paper provides an overview of computerized lax research systems and furnishes information which will be helpful in incorporating computerized tux research into the curriculum of a tax research course. General Information on computerized tax research systems, procedures and resources available to instructors are discussed.

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