Federal Tax Research Service

​​Federal Tax Research Service

By relying on our research resources, you’re able to focus on what matters most spending more time providing the best possible service to your clients. Our team answers thousands of questions each year on a variety of federal tax issues affecting your clients.

Expert Researchers

With outsourcing becoming so common, you should always question the expertise of the person giving you tax information and the research sources they use. We provide answers on a variety of issues affecting your clients, including:

  • Individuals
  • Corporations
  • Partnerships
  • Small and large businesses
  • Estates, gifts, trusts, and more

Give us a call today 800-558-3402, ext. 2. You can also fax your question to 800-839-0001. Be sure to include your name, Customer ID and preference for the type of response desired (mail, fax or email). Upon request, we’ll send you supporting documentation to back up the answer you receive.

Submit your question online

Hours

Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. CST

Fees

Members receive one federal tax research question at no cost each calendar year, plus 50% off the nonmember rate on all subsequent answers. After the first free question, a $33 per answer charge applies for members. Nonmembers are charged $66 per answer.

How We Bill

Billing is per answer, not per call. Follow-up questions are clarifications of the original question and do not include additional facts or require further research/documentation. Follow-up questions will be billed if asked 30 days or more from the original question completion date.

What You Can Expect

If your question is not answered immediately, we will research and provide a response within three to five business days. If extensive research is required, or multiple questions are asked, an additional charge may apply. You will be notified of any additional charges before proceeding.

State Tax Questions

If you are looking for advice or input on any state or local tax issues, please contact a state volunteer.​​

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