Tax Law

Receive Automatic Notifications when New Articles are Posted to the LexisNexis Tax Law Community

Stay current with the latest developments in your practice area by setting up newsletter alerts in order to receive an e-mail when new articles are posted.

It just takes a moment.  Start on the main page of your favorite LexisNexis Community.  Be sure you are signed in using your username and password.  You will see a section on the right side of the page below your registration profile called "Services Quicklinks."

Click on "Sign up for Newsletter." 

Once there, select your preference for frequency of alerts:


Next, click on the bar listing the communities you would like to receive alerts, then check the boxes next to the content types from which you would like to be alerted when new content is posted.


Feel free to select multiple practice areas and content types.  Once you have made your selections, scroll back to the top of the page and click the red signup bar to save your selections.


Once your selections have been successfully saved,  the following message will appear:

Your e-mail alerts will be sent from  at the frequency you chose once content is posted to the sections you selected.


After you complete the process, if you would like to check to be sure your alerts are set, wait at least 15 minutes then go to "My Page."  Be sure you are  still logged in, then go to the LexisNexis Tax Law Community home page.  In the upper right corner in your sign in/profile box, you will see the following choices below your sign in name and next to your avatar.


Click on the "My Page" link and you will be taken to a page with your preferences and featured posts.  The most recent articles in the topics you selected will be displayed below the heading, "My Featured Posts."


Your alerts should begin arriving at the intervals you selected.  Check your spam folder if they do not, and be sure is not a blocked sender.

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