Undergraduates in the School of Business Administration have a choice of 6 different majors: Accounting, Finance, Global Supply Chain Management, Information Systems Management, Management, & Marketing. At the Graduate level, 4 degrees are offered: Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Acounting, Master of Science in Taxation, and Ph D. in Business Administration.
I hope that you will find this guide a useful starting place for your research in Accounting. I have assembled a core collection of resources available through the Wayne State University Library System, as well as high quality, freely available web resources.
Rhonda J. McGinnis
Librarian Liaison for School of Business Administration
Provides access to a wide range of business and legal information, including: Company news; Legal news; Company financial information; Accounting, auditing & tax information; Law reviews; and Federal/State law.
This collection includes the United States Tax Reporter library, State and local tax materials, FASB documents, RIA citator, RIA tax alerts, WG & L journals, and the AICPA Audit and Accounting Guides, Professional Standards & Technical Practice Aids.
This page is a good alternative to the IRS site especially during tax time. Current and 1922-1995 prior year forms and publications are available. It also allows users to access state tax forms and instructions from across the country.
This site provides insightful findings and data on IRS enforcement activities at both the national and district levels. It is also a good source for rankings and comparative statistics on taxpayers and their burden by US county. This site requires that its users complete a free registration form.
This page contains links to articles on taxes, management, personal financial planning published in the Small Business Tax Review. It also provides a variety of tax related reference tables such as corporate and individual tax rates, standard vehicle mileage and lease rates, fringe benefit amounts/limits, and a valuation guide for charitable contributions of property.
This site contains extensive data regarding federal and state payroll taxes and taxing authorities. It also provides all the addresses, phone numbers, form numbers (with explanations), and filing dates for federal and state agencies.
These sites contain relatively similar federal, state, and/or international tax information. Most also contain links to federal/state tax legislation and directories of tax firms, professional associations, and publishers of print or electronic tax tools.