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Zimmerman's Research Guide


United States Treasury Department

The Treasury Department web site (www.ustreas.gov) provides information about the Department.

Bills, Bonds and Notes: See the separate entry for "United States Treasury Securities."

Treasury Circulars: You can find selected Circulars on the Treasury's Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Department Circulars page. Some Circulars are published in Title 31 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), but they don't say "Treasury Circular" in the CFR, so you have to know the CFR Part or search for key words. I know a few cites (#176 is 31 CFR 202, #1075 is 31 CFR 205, and #230 is 31 CFR 10).

Some Circulars are posted by other agencies, including Circular #230, which is posted by the IRS, and Circular 570 is posted by the Finance Management Service. You can search for others with the search engine of your choice.

For question and Treasury materials not available elsewhere, call the Treasury Department library (202-622-0990).

See Also
Federal Reserve System
Internal Revenue Service
National Debt
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
Office of Thrift Supervision
United States Treasury Securities

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Copyright 2015 Andrew Zimmerman