We spend over $100K/year for access to
[Tax Analysts](https://www.taxnotes.com/about-tax-analysts), Bloomberg,[Thomsen Reuters]) Editorial materials for out tax practice…admittedly a small CPA firm doesn’t usually subscribe to any of these…that is usually reserved for Big 4 and major law firms…we need it due to the nature of the work we do.
We also need access to other areas of the law like real estate, cannabis regulation, etc…which used to mean Westlaw or Lexis Nexis…where we could easily run up $200 for a half hour sesson…Fastcase.com is a neat alternative that has almost as much content, but it only costs $900/year for “all you can eat” which is a damn good deal.
Fastcase is the leading next-generation legal research service that puts a comprehensive national law library and powerful searching, sorting and data visualization tools. Fastcase is a comprehensive, nationwide law library, including case law, statutes, regulations, court rules, constitutions, and law review articles,
I have no financial connection to them…merely sharing a tool that works well for us.