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May 17, 2011
Tax Analysts Announces New E-Book of the Entire Internal Revenue Code and Regulations
$50 For One-Time Purchase; $100 For Annual Subscription With Quarterly Updates

FALLS CHURCH, VA – Tax Analysts, the nonprofit publisher of Tax Notes and many other print and online products on tax policy and administration, announced today that it now offers an interactive e-book with the entire Internal Revenue Code and regulations that it will update quarterly.

“With our e-book, tax professionals will no longer have to dig through a printed book or even tap the Internet,” said Christopher E. Bergin, Tax Analysts president and publisher. “Our e-book will enable them to keep the information they need at their fingertips, wherever they go.”

The Internal Revenue e-Code & Regs, which costs $50 for a one-time purchase or $100 for an annual subscription with quarterly updates, is available for PCs and Macs using Adobe® Digital Editions.

The e-book is a total e-solution. You can bookmark and make notes within each update of it. The e-book provides extensive linking within and between the code and regulations. It also includes historical notes that link to every corresponding amendment dating back to 1993 – with pre-1993 amendments available for every code section.

The e-book is available via the Tax Analysts website.

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