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<<The person I depend on for tax advice has such access -- via "Checkpoint", at <>. After looking over the site for 5 minutes or so, I can't figure out the price(s) -- I don't think there is an option for a (small) charge per document -- looks more like a (medium to large) charge for a permanent account... but I'm guessing.>>

Right...that's one of the services that I use. And you can only access that section of the RIA web site unless you are a "member" or subscriber to their service.

I know of no tax site where you can "eat what you kill" (in only pay for limited access). As far as I know, it's an all or nothing deal.

I'm sure that, in the future, there will be such sites where you can pay $20 (or so) and get a few minutes of access. But I don't know of any right now.

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