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Where Can I Access Proposed Regulations?

Proposed regulations are available in the Federal Register and the Internal Revenue Bulletin.

The Federal Register/Proposed Tax Regulations are available as follows:

In Print:

  • The Federal Register is available in print in the McKusick Law Library, Main Floor

Free Electronic:

Electronic to Authorized Users:

The Internal Revenue Bulletin (a weekly publication) is available as follows:

  • Free electronic access via IRS.gov
  • Electronically to law students, faculty, and on-site users via RIA Checkpoint (Click on the "Table of Contents" tab, choose + next to "Federal Library", then "Federal Source Materials", then "Internal Revenue Bulletins")

For more information about the Internal Revenue Bulletin, see the page in this Guide titled "IRS Publications and Documents".

 

Where Can I Access Temporary and Final Regulations?

Temporary and final regulations are published in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) and the Internal Revenue Bulletin.

The CFR/Temporary and Final Regulations are available as follows:

In Print:

  • The Code of Federal Regulations is available in print in the McKusick Law Library, Main Floor

Free Electronic:

Electronic to Authorized Users:

The Internal Revenue Bulletin (a weekly publication) is available as follows:

  • Free electronic access via IRS.gov
  • Electronically to law students, faculty, and subscribers via RIA Checkpoint (Click on the "Table of Contents" tab, choose + next to "Federal Library", then "Federal Source Materials", then "Internal Revenue Bulletins")

For more information about the Internal Revenue Bulletin, see the page in this Guide titled "IRS Publications and Documents".

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