This blog features posts about going-ons in government, recent news from the IRS, analysis and references to court decisions, and substantive treatment of issues in accounting. The content on this blog is very in-depth, and could be a very useful resource for the student of accounting.
This blogger, currently residing in Philly, has a lengthy law degree that seems alphabetically prestigious to readers. Her JD with a LL.M. Taxation alone would have laymen beelining to the vetted academic for scholarly tax advice. Fortunately, this writer eschews a stuffy, erudite tone for straightforward and always relevant counsel. Taxpayers without a clue on the process are invited to ask this taxation sage their most pressing queries.
Mainstreet: Robert Flachhttp://www.mainstreet.com/category/authors/robert-d-flach-0
A longtime and vetted tax professional chronicles his deep thoughts on the idea of taxes and how we deal with them here. He also writes extremely helpful tax tips.
Looking for more than workaday tax advice in your favorite blog? Turn to James Edward Maule's page, where he provides the more than occasional 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.
21st Century Taxationhttp://21stcenturytaxation.blogspot.com/
Our state and federal tax systems have features that violate principles of good tax policy such as equity and simplicity. There are also outdated features that do not reflect today's ways of living and doing business. Check out this blog on tax system problems and how to resolve them.