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W 16. At 17. 5““! /"ﬂ Lit/(é. E 21. True or False INST RUC TORS MANUAL The second step in the tax research process is to: a. b.
2. Establish the facts.
Identify the issues. Locate authority. Evaluate authority.
Develop recommendations. Research issues can be divided in two categories. These are: a. b.
, e. 1/ Fact and law issues.
Collateral and fact issues.
Collateral and law issues.
Primary and secondary issues.
Major and minor issues. The Tax Management Porfolios are published by: a. b.
e. CCH. RIA. ' Bureau of National Affairs (BNA).
Matthew Bender. West Publishing Co. The United States Tax Reporter is published by: a. b.
e. CCH. RIA. Bureau of National Affairs (BNA).
Matthew Bender. West Publishing Co. The Federal Reporter 2d is published by: amp-.0 9‘?” T .099ch CCH RIA Bureau of National Affairs (BNA)
Matthew Bender (VJ w..-
e Journal of Taxation is published by: CCH. RIA. Bureau of National Affairs (BNA).
Warren, Gotham, and Lamont (WGL).
West Publishing Co. Which of the following is not available on CD-ROM? a. b
E RIA CheckPoint
Kleinrock ’s Westlaw
All of the above are available on CD—ROM [Lt/web Indicate which of the following statements are true or false by circling the correct answer. T F
T‘) F l. 2. The overriding purpose of tax research is to find solutions to the tax problems of one's
clients or employer. All tax research begins with an evaluation of the client's situation. ...
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