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Government sites
Compilation of Tax Sites on the WWW
Important Tax Sites
Charitable Organizations that have earned our respect & dollars

Government sites

IRS Tax Forms and Publications  A thorough collection of federal tax forms and publications provided by the IRS on-line (forms are printable in Adobe PDF format). Check out the fill-in forms.

IRS Newsstand An IRS site containing information for the tax professional.

California Franchise Tax Board California tax forms and information.

California Legislative Information Information regarding California legislation and existing statutes. A consolidation of federal departments and information.

Compilation of Tax Sites on the WWW

Findlaw – Tax Section A listing of tax sites throughout the Web

Essential Link – Taxes Another comprehensive listing of tax resources on the Web. 

ABA Tax Section A thorough listing of tax gateways, individual websites and government sites (including court decisions on the web).

Tax and Accounting Sites Directory Listing of tax and accounting sites, along with public policy and government sites.

Roth IRA Website Home Page A gateway for the new Roth IRA. This site includes web articles and Roth IRA conversion calculators. 

Fairmark Kaye A. Thomas, Attorney at Law. An excellent & easy to use tax guide for investors.

Important Tax Sites

The Internal Revenue Code On Line  A searchable and hyperlinked version of the tax code ready for your exploration. Unfortunately, this otherwise excellent site is NOT up to date.

Tax Wire Today’s Tax News A daily tax report from the nation’s leading tax publication. Steve Kassel has been featured in several articles on this site.

The Tax Warrior  Martin Schainbaum, Attorney at Law. The firm engages in a nationwide practice concentrating in defense of civil and criminal tax controversies including all aspects of litigation, white collar criminal matters and estate planning.

The Tax Protester FAQ:  Created by Daniel B. Evans, Attorney at Law. An excellent and detailed rebuttal of the most prevalent tax protestor arguments.

Tax-Links A searchable database of IRS Revenue Rulings and other tax-related materials.

THOMAS Legislative Information on the Internet Retrieve legislation and other documents contained in the Library of Congress instantly.

Nolo Press  The premier self-help legal publisher has a complete inventory of its books which can be ordered online.

Misc.Taxes.Moderated Post your questions on tax issues here. Answered primarily by tax professionals. There is no guarantee the information is accurate so always check with your tax professional.

Charitable Organizations that have earned our respect and dollars

Mazon: A Jewish response to hunger. Contributions to MAZON are granted to a broad spectrum of nonprofit organizations confronting hunger in the US and around the world. 

Fistula Hospital: I saw a story on Oprah about this remarkable hospital and its incredible Australian- born doctor, Catherine Hamlin. I have never been so moved by any television report I have ever seen. A fistula often develops after a very-long and difficult labor for very young mothers-to-be in Africa. Inevitably, the baby is born dead and the mother has a horrible struggle due to the fistula. Because the condition is so embarrassing, it virtually always lead to banishment of the young woman. For more information, please click on the link to Fistula Hospital and please give generously.

Shelter Network: Provides vital services such as housing, food & counseling here in San Mateo County, CA. Despite the fact that this is a very wealthy county, we still have significant pockets of poor families. Over 80% of the families they serve are able to break the cycle of homelessness and return to homes of their own.