Business Source Complete contains the full text of periodicals and other sources, including: peer-reviewed journals, trade journals & general business magazines, monographs, country economic reports, industry reports & yearbooks, and market research reports. The database covers a variety of disciplines related to all areas of business.
NAICS is a Self-Assigned System. That means You pick the code that best suits your business. No one assigns you a NAICS Code. Using the Keyword Search Engine and the Industry Drill-Down Table, determine the code that is closest to your line of business. It’s that simple. NAICS is not an exact science. If you feel a certain code is the best fit simply provide it when asked for your code. The NAICS Police will not come after you.
Contains all reports, rulings, tax court memos, bulletins, and updates in the Standard Federal Tax Reporter. Also includes Federal Income Tax Reporter, Internal Revenue Code, Federal Estate/Gift Tax Reporter. You must create an account to use this database.
Coverage varies depending on collection. All court cases back to 1913. Most rulings from 1954-present. Updated daily.
Access to more than 6,000 business, trade, and general publications and services, including same-day, full-text access to The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Financial Times, Los Angeles times and the Washington Post. Company and industry comparisons. Includes Reuters News Service reports. At least 150 dailies are available by 9:00 A.M. on day of issue. Limited to six seats.
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