For purposes of this research guide, foreign tax law refers to tax legislation enacted in jurisdictions outside the U.S. See the right-hand column below for instructions on how to search the Georgetown Law Library's online catalog for jurisdiction-specific tax law materials and for information on how to access BNA's jurisdiction-specific Foreign Income Tax Management Portfolios.
Comparative tax law refers to the study of tax law and policy in two or more jurisdictions. See the left-hand column below for a selection of comparative tax law resources.
To locate tax-related resources for a specific jurisdiction, search GULLiver, the Law Library's online catalog, by subject. Begin by selecting "Subject" as the search field. Then enter the following subject heading in the search box: [name of the jurisdiction] -- Taxation.
For example: Canada -- Taxation
BNA Foreign Income Tax Management Portfolios. KF6297 .B952
BNA publishes these explanatory guides to the tax laws of more than three dozen jurisdictions outside the U.S. Coverage includes most OECD member states and some developing countries. See Portfolios 950-999 and Portfolios 7000-7450.
BNA Tax Management Portfolios Online
To access Foreign Income Tax Management Portfolios on BNA's online platform, click on "Country Portfolios" under the heading "Expert Analysis" in the center of the landing page.
BNA's Foreign Income Tax Management Portfolios also are available on Bloomberg Law.