Business & Economics Research Guide: Accounting & Tax
"Shepardizing" Using Lexis-Nexis
Shepard's is a legal citator that allows you to find the history of a case, statute, or regulation--usually called "Shepardizing" a case. This can be useful when it comes to tax law.
You can use Shepard's in Lexis-Nexis.
Lloyd Sealy Library at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice has a useful guide to Shepardizing in Lexis-Nexis:
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Before using any of the accounting standards resources, it is important to know the acronyms used in reports, bulletins, and interpretations.
- ARB: Accounting Research Bulletins
- ABP: Accounting Principles Board Opinions
- AIN: AICPA Accounting Interpretations
- APS: Accounting Principles Board Statements
- ATB: Accounting Terminology Bulletins
Accounting Tools & Resources
FASB Accounting Standards Codification Quick Guide
PricewaterhouseCoopers have two reference guides related to the Codification:
FASB Accounting Standards Codification Quick Reference Guide: Includes structure of the Codification, including examples of the citation format.
Financial Instruments Supplement: Includes a Listing of the Codification's Topics and Subtopics related to financial instruments.
Both of these PDFs contain links to PricewaterhouseCoopers resources we do not have access to. They are listed for reference only.