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Guide to sources of accounting, auditing and tax information

News and Articles

The CCH Tax Research Network, RIA Checkpoint Tax, and RIA Checkpoint Accounting and Auditng news updates on accounting and tax requirements and standard practices.

For broader coverage of accounting and tax topics, search article indexes such as the ones listed here for Accounting, Business, and the Social Sciences.


  1. Accounting and Tax Index
    Print serial: HF 5635 .A43x Hayden Journals (latest year in Reference)

    All areas of accounting and taxation including auditing, data processing, and investments.


  1. ABI/Inform
    Database (ASU access only):

    Academic journals, trade publications, magazines, market research reports.
  2. Nexis Uni
    Database (ASU access only):

    Trade magazines and newspapers worldwide (including the Wall Street Journal and the Financial Times). Use the "Accounting" search form for accounting journals, newsletters, and manuals.
  1. PAIS International
    Database (ASU access only):

    Public and social policy literature. Accounting related topics include public accounting, tax policy, and debt studies.
  2. Social Sciences Citation Index
    Database (ASU access only):

    Indexes the most influential peer-reviewed journals in the social sciences, including over 250 journals in business and economics. Features capability to identify articles that cite a previous article to find more current research on that topic or to measure the influence of the original article.
  3. SocIndex with Full Text
    Database (ASU access only):

    Articles on accounting relating to social, economic, public policy, and ethics issues.

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