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Tax Research

Guide to laws and information on Federal tax law issues.

Finding Tax Books in the Library

Searching for Particular Works or Any Works on a Topic

Any search for tax materials should probably begin with a search of the library catalog at .  You may find print materials witih call numbers in the library.  A guide to the locations of specific call numbers can be find by clicking the Book Stacks link in the library record.  For more specific information about where tax books are located see below:

Accessing Print Tax Research Materials

The core print tax research collection is in call numbers KF 6200-KF6645 on L-3. Because the collection is classified by the Library of Congress classification system, certain tax topics are classified outside the core American federal taxation area. In the Mendik Library tax materials can generally be found in the following locations by call number:

Core: American Federal Tax



State and Local Tax Generally



New York State Tax



Tax Policy



International Taxation, Treaties



European Taxation



Tax Journal Indices




Caveat: If you don't find what you are looking for in the core tax collection, be sure to search the online library catalog at All tax materials are not in the core tax area. For instance, taxation for tax law of a particular country is classified with that country's tax law materials, and works on tax policy are classified with social science materials.