To taxation has emerged from imposing a financial charge or any other levy upon a taxpayer by a state or the functional equivalent of a state do that aligning to it may result into punishable by law. Taxes consist of direct tax or indirect tax, and may be paid in money or as its labor equivalent. However, below is provided a list of different resources where one can have more information about taxation.

  1. IRS:  It is a bureau of the Department of the Treasury and one of the world’s most efficient tax administrators. In 2004, the IRS collected more than $2 trillion in revenue and processed more than 224 million tax returns. The mission of IRS to provide American taxpayer top quality service as making them to understand and meet their tax responsibility.
  2. World Wide Tax: This is very comprehensive site that provide information about topics related to taxation and financial subjects. And soon would have database from nearly 70 countries. It is primarily developed for mangers and business people at every level.  Most of the info on the site is provided entirely free without any cost and price in easy to understand language.
  3. This is quite a helpful website for a good number of information about on topics and subjects like Corporate Tax, Individual Tax, International Tax, Expatriate Tax, and Sales Tax.
  4. US Tax Network: With more than 100,000 visitors monthly, it is one of the Web’s largest and most authoritative business and investment information sources, on this site along with topical, daily news on worldwide tax developments, you can have weekly newswires or access up-to-date intelligence reports on a range of legal, tax and investment subjects like Corporate Tax, Individual Tax, International Tax, Expatriate Tax, and Sales Tax.
  5. With the readership of about 50,000 qualified readers it is great source for tax related news updated by about team of nearly 20 international journalists.  It covers area like international tax-planning in depth, including banking secrecy, the EU’s savings tax directive, offshore funds, e-commerce, offshore gaming and transfer pricing.
  6. Taxation News And Information: It is an independent information channel online   providing information related to the field of international taxation and tax legislation. It is published in two languages English and Russian and is planned to come out in other languages in near future.
  7. Organization for economic cooperation and development: The OECD’s Centre for Tax Policy and Administration is at the premier institute for formulating international tax standards like as OECD Model Tax Convention and the Transfer Pricing Guidelines.  It is too involved in sorting out politically sensitive issues. It also deals into fiscal policies of its member countries with respect to macroeconomic projections.
  8. American Accounting Association: The American Accounting Association promotes worldwide talent and excellence in field of accounting education, taxation, research and practice. Established in 1916 as the American Association of University Instructors in Accounting. The organization is a voluntary one and is for people who are interested in accounting education and research.
  9. Codex Taxes: This site is developed in a form of an interactive forum for tax professionals. It provides opportunity to publish articles related to taxation and share other important and imperative information. After registration a user can publish any tax document into and through it.
  10. No taxation Without Information:  This is a website that is a part of the Sam Adam Alliance’s transparency that is a Wikipedia like website and allows people to find out and share information with each other on whether state and local governments are effective and easy on using tax payer’s money. Many other information related to taxation is also provided over there.

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