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Tax Blogs

Archived Under: Best of the Personal Finance Web , Financial Blogs , Taxes

Does the thought of anything related to taxes send shivers down your spine? Since we are in the midst of tax season, we don't have a choice; we have to talk about taxes.

In addition to well known tax websites, like H&R Block, Tax Cut, and, tax bloggers now offer a small, but growing body of information, insight, and commentary.

Moneysmartz took a closer look at this trend-setting group of tax bloggers and identified tax blogs most helpful to individual financial decision-making.

Many narrowly focused and newly minted blogs remain on the cutting room floor. We included a few sites on our list with a narrow focus that have cross-over appeal to a mainstream audience, including Tax Prof Blog, a blog we recently reviewed.

When reviewing the list, you'll need to conjure up as much tax nerd as humanly possible. You'll probably find the list most helpful if you receive one of those scary letters from the IRS.

Tax Blogs: Best of the Personal Finance Web 2006


Don't Mess With Taxes: Tax news, tips, commentary and humor from professional tax journalist Kay Bell.

Our Taxing Times: A blog about US taxes, the tax system, and the tax preparation business.

Roth and Company, P.C., Tax Updates: Tax updates and commentary.

Tax Guru-Ker$tetter Letter: Arkansas CPA helps capitalists, investors and small business owners win the tax game.


A Taxing Business: News and information on tax and business organization issues.


Frederick Focke Mischler, Attorney: Review of accounting, tax, and legal issues that face businesses and business owners in Ohio.


Taxable Talk: Focuses on taxes and how they impact what we, as citizens and taxpayers, get to keep in our pockets.

Taxes>Estate Planning

Death and Taxes - The Blog: Commentary on estate planning, estate administration, and real estate issues from a Chicago-area attorney.

Taxes>Tax Issues

Talking Taxes: Review of important issues in federal, state and local tax reform, with an emphasis on fair and adequate taxation.

Taxes>Tax Law

MauledAgain: Tax law professor's commentary on tax law, legal education, the First Amendment, religion, and law generally, with sporadic attempts to connect all of this to genealogy, theology, music, model trains, and chocolate chip cookies.

TaxProf Blog: A blend of reference tools and announcements about developing tax issues targeting tax professors but with applicability to individuals looking for current news and information about tax law changes on topics such as mortgage interest deductions and tax shelters.

Taxes>Tax Preparation Services and Software

Taxalicious: Provides information about tax preparation services and software.

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