This U.S. Department of Treasury agency offers, in addition to tax forms and publications, Coordinated Issue Papers, (which, although not official policy statements, indicate current thinking of the IRS; the IRS Tax Code, Tax Regulations issued since August 1995, and Official Guidance, links to issues of the Internal Revenue Bulletin (IRB), back to July 2003, and other information and tax resources.
Federal Reserve Banks, including the New York branch, offer papers and other research on topics such as tax policies.
U.S. Congress --House and Senate Committees and Resources
U.S. Senate and U.S. House Committees relating to taxation:
U.S. Congress Joint Committee on Taxation's work includes investigating the operation and effects of Internal Revenue taxes and the administration of these taxes; investigating measures and methods for the simplification of taxes; and review of any proposed refund or credit of income or estates and gift taxes, or certain other taxes referred to in IRS Code Section 6405 in excess of $1 million.
U.S. Senate Finance Committee receives referrals of proposed legislation relating to "revenue measures generally." Links are provided to legislation, hearings, press kits and a library of offical publications.
Professional Association and Selected Stakeholders Concerned with Federal Tax Issues
American Bar Association, Tax Section states it is the national voice of tax lawyers. Much of the site is restricted to members. Keyword searches may lead to publications or testimonies. Publications not available through Newman Library resources may be requested through interlibrary loan.ABA Daily Newsprovides tax news, as well as other topics.