CCH Tax Journals go on The Internet

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RIVERWOODS, ILL., July 21, 2002 – CCH INCORPORATED (CCH), a leading provider of tax and business information and software is now making eight tax-related journals available in a convenient electronic format over the Internet. The journals, written by distinguished practitioners in many fields of tax practice, cover a wide range of transactions. (To order, call CCH at 1-800-248-3248 or visit the CCH Online Store at

A subscription to the Internet version of a CCH journal gives a user access to all of the issues published since 1998. The availability of journals in electronic form should prove especially attractive to law librarians and other information professionals, according to Renee Coon, marketing manager with CCH’s Federal and State Tax Group.
“Subscribing to the journals over the Internet alleviates storage problems and makes it easier to assure the ready availability of every issue to library users,” Coon said. “In addition, library customers are becoming more comfortable with, and used to, electronic research and will appreciate being able to add the content of the journals to their searches.”

Journals Cover Diverse Subjects

Typically, each CCH journal’s editor in chief is a distinguished practitioner such as Charles R. Levun (Journal of Passthrough Entities) or Lowell D. Yoder (Journal of Taxation of Global Transactions) and the journal has an active editorial board whose members regularly contribute their own insights in articles and regular columns. Many of these journals are the first of their kind – devoted to such increasingly important areas as tax practice and procedure, the taxation of financial products and values-based estate planning.

The following CCH journals are being made available as Internet subscriptions:

  • Journal of Taxation of Corporate Transactions covers critical developments in the corporate tax area from the perspective of the transactional practitioner. Each issue addresses the increasingly complex planning and compliance issues facing corporate taxpayers and the impact of the legislative, regulatory and administrative changes on these issues. Appears bimonthly.

  • Journal of Taxation of Global Transactions covers the evolving international tax landscape from the perspective of the U.S. tax laws. Each issue addresses these topics with practical analysis of the latest developments written by leading international tax practitioners. Appears quarterly.

  • Journal of Passthrough Entities focuses on issues affecting all forms of passthrough entities — partnerships, S corporations, and LLCs — so readers can dissect all the issues, compare and contrast alternatives, advantages and disadvantages, and make the best planning decisions. Cutting-edge experts in the field present insightful discussions on the latest developments affecting passthroughs — in language that is clear, concise and practical. Appears bimonthly.

Journal of Taxation of Financial Products is the first journal devoted exclusively to the analysis of the tax ramifications of utilizing financial products. It is designed to provide readers with the vital current information they need for successful tax planning in the area of derivative financial products. The Journal emphasizes the tax treatment of hedges, identifies strategies to maximize the tax-inclusive return for investment vehicles and cross-border derivative transactions, and examines the tax uncertainty from new derivative products. Appears quarterly.


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