Tax re­search in the spot­light TAX RE­SEARCH COM­PAR­I­SON 2018

Accounting Today - - Technology - By Ted Needleman Fed­eral Tax Code No Yes Yes Yes Yes

This has been a wa­ter­shed year in terms of changes in the Tax Code and tax law. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and the Way­fair de­ci­sion mean that even if you have a very sim­ple prac­tice, chances are good that at least some of your clients are go­ing to need guid­ance in one area or an­other. And if your client item­izes de­duc­tions, or even has taken the stan­dard de­duc­tion, or has sales in mul­ti­ple ju­ris­dic­tions, re-ex­am­in­ing your tax re­search re­sources is a must.

For our an­nual tax re­search com­pari- son, we asked ven­dors to de­tail their prod­uct of­fer­ings in this area, and also sub­mit some de­tails on what new prod­ucts and en­hance­ments they are pro­vid­ing.

Sev­eral ven­dors have mul­ti­ple prod­ucts,

How sup­plied Ac­cess Top­ics cov­ered Bloomberg Tax Wolters Kluwer CCH An­swer­con­nect Wolters Kluwer CCH In­tel­li­con­nect Tax Ma­te­ri­als Inc. Thetax­book Tax Ma­te­ri­als Inc. Thetax­book We­bli­brary

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