Revisiting the 2005 Twelve Blogs of Christmas: Beyond the "Piano Keys"
Joe Kristan of Roth CPA Updates is not only a very talented observer of events in the taxation field, but he has been personally helpful, both in linking to this blog and periodically providing helpful hints. Joe also has a second blog, Joe Says So, which gives him a forum for family and political topics. A sample of the CPA Updates blog is http://www.rothcpa.com/archives/002290.php#002290.
Paul Caron's Tax Prof has become a linking post to well done tax posts. A University of Cincinnati law professor, Paul emphasizes legal tax blogs but does note tax blogs of non-lawyers as well. A sample post from Tax Prof is: http://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2006/11/tax_court_relea.html.
Russ Fox at Taxable Talk is an expert on California tax law and tax protestors, among other tax topics. He also is the envy of many bloggers in that he is a successful poker player and author and has blogged on several occasions on the tax aspects of gambling. A sample of Russ's work would be http://www.taxabletalk.com/posts/1164081781.shtml.
Sadly, Vanilla Accounting has not published since April. Hopefully, Will Keller is doing okay and will eventually return to blogging.
Next week, the four Accounting blogs for the 2006 edition of the Twelve Blogs of Christmas will be chosen. Nominees are: Benefits Blog, Big4Guy, BSG CPA Trendlines, Corporate Governance, Fraud Files, Neil Mc Intyre and Tech Gap.