Bloomberg Law’s “Tax Reform Roadmap”

Major changes to federal tax laws were made in late December of 2017, in the form of Public Law 115-97.  To simplify searching for what changes have been made to the federal tax code, Bloomberg Law provides a resource that compares the federal tax law in effect until the end of 2017 against the provisions of the Tax Reform Bill passed by Congress and signed into law by President Trump.  Go to the “Tax Reform” resource in Bloomberg Law’s Tax Practice Center.  Of particular interest is the “Tax Reform Roadmap” tool.  Using the links provided, compare old and new provisions of the tax code, including the changes to the laws regarding the federal taxation of individuals.  The “Roadmap” provides a capsule summary of the prior law, changes made by the 2017 reform Act, and links to the relevant sections of the Internal Revenue Code.  Villanova Law Students may use their Bloomberg Law database accounts to access this information.  For further assistance in tax law research, see the Law Library’s Federal Tax Law Research LibGuide, or contact any of the Law Library’s Reference Librarians.

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