Internal Revenue Code - IRC
U.S. tax laws began to be codified in 1874, but there was no central, comprehensive source for them at that time. The IRC was originally compiled in 1939 and was overhauled in 1954 and again in 1986. This code is the definitive source of all tax law in the U.S. and has the force of law in and of itself.
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