This guide is a starting point for researching international tax law, which governs the taxation of income generated by an individual or a business enterprise outside of its home jurisdiction. The guide focuses on international tax law and practice in the United States and on bilateral tax treaties. The guide also provides tips on researching tax laws enacted in jurisdictions outside the U.S. and on comparative tax law research across multiple jurisdictions.
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For guidance in researching topics related to international and comparative tax law, consult the following Georgetown Law Library research guides: Customs Law Research (U.S.); Customs Law Research (International); Foreign and Comparative Law Research; Treaty Research; U.S. Federal Tax Research.