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BUS A551 Tax Research

Instructor: Owen

Getting Started

The following directories and guides are good starting places to learn about resources and strategies for conducting research on tax topics. In-depth research can be done using the databases listed below or the resources (articles, websites, statistics, and citators) provided in the tabs on the left.  

If you have questions about the resources or strategies in this guide or need further assistance, contact the Business/SPEA Library or use the "Need Help" widget on the left.

Tax Research Databases

The IUB Libraries subscribe to over 900 databases that can be used to support research and information gathering. Use the "Research" tab on our website to find databases by subject/discipline. The Business subject page and Accounting concentration house a curated list of business and accounting databases, or consult the A-Z Database link for a list of all Indiana University Bloomington subscriptions. These resources must be accessed through the Libraries' website or portals like this guide. 

There are some resources, like Intelliconnect, that are only available for use on the Indiana University Bloomington campus. However, if you use the virtual private network (VPN), you can authenticate and act as part of this network even when off-campus.

For more information about establishing and using a VPN connection, see: