Tax Analysts to provide free resources to accounting professors and students

Tax Analysts, a non-profit pubic service organization that provides in-depth tax information resources for tax professionals, has announced it is making its news and research products available at no charge to accounting, law, and economics professors and their students.

The purpose of Tax Analysts Campus (Tax Analysts’ complimentary educational Web access program) is to provide professors an opportunity to teach with, and students to learn with, Tax Analysts’ news and research products.

Full-time professors of law, economics, or accounting may gain access to this program by returning a completed application via fax (703-533-4444) or e-mail cservice@tax.org.

Applications are available at tax_analysts_campus.pdf.

Professors will receive a user name and password via e-mail to share with their students. Web access provided under Tax Analysts Campus is solely for educational use and may not be used to replace professional subscriptions or be used for business purposes. Length of access is limited to the academic year; annual renewal is required.

Tax Analysts is a nonprofit publisher that provides the latest and most in-depth tax information worldwide. By working for the transparency of tax rules, fostering increased dialogue between taxing authorities and taxpayers, and providing forums for education and debate, Tax Analysts encourages the creation of tax systems that are fairer, simpler, and more economically efficient.

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