BUA 458 - Accounting Seminar

Statistical Sources

Census Information -- Business and Industry  From the United States Census Bureau.

Business.gov  Official business link to the U.S. government.

Professional Associations

Accounting and Taxation Web Sites


An extensive listing of sites covering topics such as financial reporting, international accounting, accounting job postings, software and more.

Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

Contains sections for individuals, businesses, and tax professionals. Resources include tax forms and publications, frequently asked questions, news releases, and statistics.

Rutgers Accounting Web 

A meta-site with links to relevant government and regulatory agencies, legal and educational resources, publications, and professional associations. Use the drop down box at the top of the site to view various options. The Accounting Research Directory link lists, evaluates, and categorizes major articles published between 1963 and present in nine leading accounting journals (registration is free).

Simple Studies Free Introduction to Accounting Lessons

Free accounting lessons presented in an understandable format that provide an introduction to the principles of financial accounting. Modules include an Introduction to Accounting, Accounting for Accruals, Accounting for Deferrals, Double-entry Account System, and more. Each module contains exercises to test your knowledge and a link to the site’s Accounting Glossary

Tax History Project

Intended for scholars, policymakers, journalists, and the general public, the Tax History Project provides information on the history of U.S. public finance. It includes a virtual museum of American tax history, presidential tax returns, readings in tax history, and cartoons from the history of U.S. taxation.


A portal with links to laws, forms, news articles, discussion lists, associations and other relevant information of interest in fields of taxation, accounting, and human resources.