Tax Information* IRS Tax Stats -

The revamped Tax Stats page on the Internal Revenue Service Web site includes a wealth of statistical information on individuals, businesses, charities and IRS operations organized by category. The page also includes access to the most frequently requested statistical information and popular IRS publications and products.

* NATP -

The Appleton, Wis.-based National Association of Tax Professionals is a nonprofit group focused on achieving excellence in taxation.

* The President's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform -

Formed in January by President Bush, the bipartisan tax panel is charged with examining a host of options to reform the bulky federal tax code to make it simpler, fairer and pro-growth to benefit all Americans.

* TaxAlmanac -

The beta version of Intuit's free tax research Web site lets practitioners post questions and answers. Built on a concept similar to Wikipedia, most of its content will come from users.

* Taxpayer Advocacy Panel -

Developed by the Treasury Department, the Taxpayer Advocacy Panel is comprised of citizen volunteers from around the country who help the IRS develop strategies to improve customer service.

* Tax Analysts -

Tax Analysts is a nonprofit corporation that has been actively stirring the pot on tax policy issues for 35 years. "Respectfully disagreeable since 1970," the portal tends not to accept the party line and offers an array of tax magazines, books, databases and information resources for its users.

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