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Paying taxes will never be considered an easy, pleasant experience, which is why so many taxpayers look to attorneys in dedicated tax law firms for help. And that’s also why there’s an entire Lexis® legal research tool devoted to tax issues.
It’s called Lexis Tax, and it is tailor-made for lawyers who focus on tax law. Whether you’re a tax specialist in a larger firm or a solo in a boutique tax practice, Lexis features a suite of powerful resources to help you advocate for your clients and stay current with changes in tax laws.
As a tax lawyer, you probably have two modes: busy and really busy. That’s why the Lexis Tax center can be so helpful. It gives you access to a vast tax law library with over a thousand tax, accounting and estate-practice resources, including the LexisNexisx primary law database, plus U.S. tax treatises and exclusive Matthew Bender® titles.
And since all these books, publications and assets are in one place, it makes it easier to pinpoint exactly what you need. Think of it like one gigantic digital tax handbook to help you address your clients’ tax issues.
You’ll also appreciate the fact that Lexis Tax was designed with input from tax attorneys. That’s a big deal, because it means the resources and tools you’ll probably use most often are front-and-center. You can read more about the layout of Lexis Tax here.
Note: Lexis Tax is a different resource than the Practical Guidance Tax service. Specifically, Practical Guidance Tax is designed to complement your research with resources like practice notes, forms, checklists and more. You can find more information on Practical Guidance Tax here.
You never know what new tax issues your clients will bring you. Lexis Tax tools help ensure you’re ready to answer their tax questions, regardless of the topic or subject matter: federal, state, 401k, charitable gifts, real estate, small businesses, dependents, deductions and beyond.
Even better, the Lexis Tax service is enhanced by the data-fueled capabilities of Lexis. That means you’re able to research deeper, reveal hidden trends and quickly pinpoint relevant details, thanks to leading-edge AI and data analytics search technologies.
…Changes in tax laws. It’s safe to say that the IRS likes to keep lawyers on their toes and, if recent years are any indication, it probably won’t let up anytime soon. This is another area where Lexis Tax really shines. You’ll get breaking news from the Law360® service to ensure you don’t miss a thing- something your clients will thank you for when you find new tax loopholes or some other previously hidden benefit.
For even more peace-of-mind, when you start researching cases, you’ll be able to leverage Shepard’s® Citations Service. It can tell you if your strategy is founded on good law, which can help you quickly assess the strength of your case. The service is updated regularly, and new cases are added within a few days to ensure you’re working with current information.
While the price of Lexis Tax is dependent on your firm, you should definitely know that there won’t be any surprises once you sign on. Your subscription includes all the sources you’ll see in the service—no added search charges or document delivery charges.
So, if quicker tax law research, AI-enhanced searches and breaking tax news updates sound good to you, then the Lexis Tax resource is probably a good fit for your tax law practice.
Click here to learn how to get Lexis Tax for your firm