64 Tax Blogs for Geeks and Wonks

Federal and state, professors and practitioners.

via Masters in Accounting

There's something for everybody in this list -- one of the best we've seen -- of blogs for tax geeks and wonks. This list includes four kinds of tax blogs: Tax Policy Blogs by American Professors, “Think Tank” Tax Policy Blogs, State and Local Tax Policy Blogs, Helping American Taxpayers Make Sense Of Policy. Did we miss one one? Tell us in Comments.

Tax Policy Blogs by American Professors
Tax policy blogs written by professors will give you some of the most comprehensive tax information available online.
1. Progressive Christianity & the Law Claudine Pease-Wingenter: a Phoenix School of Law professor, explores the relationship between “progressive Christianity” and tax law.
2. Greg Mankiw Blog: Greg Mankiw, an economics professor at Harvard University, covers American economic policy, including tax policy, here.
3. Mauled Again: James E. Maule, a tax law professor at Villanova, blogs about United States tax law topics here.

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