Since the early 1970s most presidents have chosen to release their returns publicly. In the hope of making this information more widely available, the Tax History Project at Tax Analysts has compiled an archive of presidential tax returns.
IRS Chief Counsel's Code and Subject Matter Directory
The IRS Chief Counsel's Code and Subject Matter Directory is a listing of attorneys assigned by IRC section. While no longer published and distributed by Chief Counsel, an updated directory is forwarded monthly to Tax Analysts for posting to the tax community.
In this special issue, current and former IRS leaders, private practitioners, and scholars each address a different aspect of the impact of having the Internal Revenue Service collect taxes and perform other non-tax-collection duties.
This document provides a brief overview on the history and current status of transparency at the federal and state levels. Tax Analysts has been fighting for tax transparency — at every stage of the taxing process — since its founding, using the Freedom of Information Act for access to key documents in policy and administration.
These state audit manuals have been obtained by Tax Analysts through the Freedom of Information Act. Written for state auditors, they consist of guidelines and procedures, other than those dealing with laws and rules, to be followed in audit situations.