Not the most exciting topic to read about, but it’s something that we all must do. So, if you feel like getting a head start on your taxes, try reading the blogs below. Every one of these five tax blogs is an excellent resource to help you find the tax information you need.
Before you see April 15th on your calendar, do a little research! Check out the top five tax blogs below.
Tax Girl is written by a former law student who fell in love with taxes. It may seem strange to us, but she’s made a career out of what she does best. Stop by her blog to get tax advice and the lastest in tax news.
The editor of Tax Prof Blog, Paul L. Caron, is a tax professor (no, really he is!). He’s taught at Pepperdine University School of Law, Univ. of Cincinnati College of Law and University of San Diego School of Law. So, you know when you read his blog you’re getting top tax advice.
Looking to get the most out of your tax return? This blog provides tax and personal finance tips and advice that will put more money in your bank account, not the government treasury.
This blog is informative and timely. You’ll get the information you need to know, and you won’t be skimped on the details. So, if you don’t want to waste time and you’re just looking for the facts, visit TaxVox this tax season.
We all know taxes aren’t a walk in the park, but when you read Death and Taxes, you’ll be up-to-date on the latest in tax news and events to help make the season a little simpler.
Are there any tax blogs that get you through tax season? Let us know! Leave a comment below.
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