MS in Taxation: Request Access to RIA Tax Research & Database

Only matriculated students and auditors are eligible to get an account.

Privacy: All info you provide us is kept confidential, and is used solely and strictly in the administration of the tax program.

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Please complete the form below and submit. Incomplete forms will not be processed.

RIA System Access Request

Your Contact and Account Information

Please provide your full name as it appears at FDU.

First Name

Last Name

Please provide a personal email address (such as Gmail, Yahoo, etc.) Work and FDU student email addresses are not acceptable. If this is a problem, contact R. West at Tax@fdu.edu. E-Mail:

Daytime phone number (in case we need to reach you if there are any questions or problems):

Last 4 digits of your social security number (We may use this to verify your status in program.):

Your MS Tax status

What is your current status?

What tax class will you be taking for which access to RIA will be useful? Access will only be given or renewed if a student is taking a tax class. Students on leave will be granted access upon return to the program.

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Access to the service is limited to students currently enrolled and taking classes in the MS Tax program.

Upon submission of this form,  we will verify your status in the program and  proceed to set up (or renew) an account for you with RIA.

Once the account is set up,  you will be e-mailed a password and username with which you can access the RIA. The password is valid for one semester. Upon expiration and  assuming you are still an active student taking classes, you will need to fill out and re-submit this form.

We hope you will take full advantage of this powerful and very useful web-based research service both to supplement and enhance your studies while in the MS Tax program and to advance your career in taxation.

To fully and best utilize RIA,  you might wish to explore some of the features under "help" and "tool and tips" and should consider printing out the "quick reference guide" and the "user guide" for reference.

Prof. R. West
Director, MST Program
Tax@fdu.edu