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This guide provides information on federal tax law and identifies pertinent print and online resources available through the NYU Law Library.
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Tax Citator Basics

Many tax database allow users to shepardize a tax case, an IRC section, IRS regulations, IRS documents, and so on to find other legal materials and publications that cite the pertinent material.


    Tax Databases Offering Citators

    • Citator, CCH
      "The CCH Citator tracks the history of cases and ruling through the legal process and indicates whether a case or ruling is still current." (CCH) Click on "Citator" from the blue bar.
    • Citator 2nd, RIA
      Under the "Table of Contents" tab, navigate: Federal Library→Federal Editorial Materials→Citator 2nd.
    • KeyCite, Westlaw
      "Key Cite Tax Citator now functions at the code subsection and paragraph level, so you can quickly and easily retrieve a list of cases and statues, proposed legislation, administrative decisions and analytical sources on Westlaw citing a code subsection or paragraph." (Westlaw) Click on KeyCite on the top banner.
    • Shephard's, LexisAdvance

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