OSCPA members will save nearly $400 on an annual subscription for tax and legal research, paying less than $600 per year! Get your FREE TRIAL today!

The OSCPA works to provide valuable tools and services to help members succeed in their day-to-day duties. Saving you time and money is our primary objective, along with helping you keep up with the latest innovative products and services. Recently, the OSCPA partnered with a new research service to provide a highly efficient, low cost tax and legal research service, NIQ.

NIQ and its affiliate company currently provide research service to more than 200,000 attorneys. NIQ has been providing this service for several years to the attorneys and have now developed libraries to quickly search rules, regulations, statutes, codes, tax case law, pending legislation and other important documents for the accounting profession. The service is easy to use, without training, and at a cost any practitioner could afford. NIQ strives to provide you with a comprehensive, quality and intuitive service.

So what’s the deal?

NIQ’s libraries… view - (click)

Pricing:
OSCPA Membership Privilege Price — $46 per month or $552 per year (SAVE $33 per month or $396 per year!)    
FREE to OSCPA Student and Accounting Educator Members!    Email OSCPA Membership Manager Aubrey Weatherford at aweatherford@oscpa.com for your password.

NIQ Price to Non-Members — $79 per month

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Smart-Briefs is a service from new member benefit provider, NIQ, which offers the easiest, fastest and most affordable tax and legal research. Get a FREE trial today!  

Smart-Briefs: Supreme Court Rules on Internet Sales Tax
The U.S. Supreme court's recent decision (12/2013) left intact a New York appeals court ruling that Amazon.com and most other online retailers must collect state sales taxes when they pay affiliates to promote links to their products.

Smart-Briefs: Same Sex Couple Claims the Federal Estate Tax Exemption for Surviving Spouses
The U.S. Supreme Court held that restricting U.S. federal interpretation of "marriage" and "spouse" to apply only to heterosexual unions, by Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), is unconstitutional under the Due Process Clause of the Fifth Amendment.

Smart-Briefs: Assisted Living Tax Break for Continuing Care Retirement Communities
Seniors may qualify for hefty tax breaks if they move into retirement communities that offer assisted living and skilled nursing support as part of what are considered lifetime-care benefits. If their children or other family members provide major financial support for entrance fees and monthly expenses, they might also be eligible for tax deductions.

Smart-Briefs: Drought/Livestock Extension
Farmers and ranchers in areas where the drought sale replacement period was scheduled to expire Dec. 31, 2013, will now have until the end of their next tax year. 

 

NIQ – Changing the future of tax and legal research… one happy member at a time.   Niq-taxlaw.com