WSJ Names Tax Policy Blog #2 Tax Accounting Blog

February 5, 2010

The Wall Street Journal Digital Network has named the Tax Foundation’s Tax Policy Blog the No. 2 tax accounting blog (H/T: TaxProf Blog, the No. 1 tax accounting blog):

2. Tax Policy Blog: Don’t be deterred by the bland name. The Tax Foundation, a nonpartisan tax-research group based in Washington, presents changing tax policy on the federal, state and local levels in a digestible style. Though they highlight the work of scholars, the posts are written to appeal to a neophyte. The site recently, for example, waded through the reactions of experts and columnists to the tax proposals mentioned in President Obama’s State of the Union Address. Prior to the speech, the site also posted questions to ponder in anticipation of Obama’s proposals on middle-class taxes, replete with current tax stats, of course.

Nos. 3, 4 and 5 are Don’t Mess with Taxes (Kay Bell), TaxWatch (Thompson Reuters) and A Taxing Matter (Linda Beale).

We’re honored to be named among the WSJ’s top five tax blogs, along with these other great blogs.

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