New York (Sept. 10, 2004) -- To commemorate the expansion of Warren, Gorham & Lamont’s Journal of International Taxation to 64 pages from its current 48 pages, RIA is offering tax and accounting professionals a free copy of the publication.

“With e-commerce and so many more taxpayers doing business across borders, we have had to expand our coverage beyond topics that affect only the largest multinationals,” managing editor Robert Gallagher said. In addition to feature articles, Gallagher said that the journal will provide more news updates on U.S. court cases and IRS rulings.

Professionals can get a complimentary copy of the Journal of International Taxation by visiting until Oct. 29. RIA is a Thomson business.

The Journal of International Taxation covers major tax developments in the U.S. and around the world, including both inbound transactions (foreign business in the U.S.) and outbound (U.S. businesses abroad). Regular journal columns include: Global Reach, which looks at major U.S. court decisions, Treasury regulations and Internal Revenue Service pronouncements; Dateline, which describes developments affecting multinationals and international investors throughout the world; Ernst & Young's Foreign Desk Report, updates and analysis from E&Y's tax experts around the world; and PwC’s In & Out, updates and analysis by PricewaterhouseCooper’s tax experts.

-- WebCPA staff

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