by Roger Russell

Tax research via the Internet has evolved from a novelty to a necessity, as more and more vendors have added content and functionality to their Web sites. In fact, some providers now supply more information on the Internet than they do in other formats. For practitioners, this means that the ease and power of CD-ROM searches they’ve done in the past translates seamlessly to the Internet.

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