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Friday, February 24, 2017

Global tax blogs includes 21st Century Taxation Blog


Feedspot has gathered the global list of top 100 tax blogs based on various criteria. The list is interesting and includes several I had never come across before.  The 21st Century Tax Blog (this blog) is number 77. I guess that's not too bad. I see that many of the blogs have Twitter and Facebook accounts associated with them. If you are going to set up a blog, that's probably a good idea. My Twitter and Facebook pages are tied to my name (I use Twitter a lot for tax news; rarely use Facebook).

Take a look at the list. Here are a few I find of interest.
 #5 - The Tax Policy Center - This non-partisan site is full of excellent tax research and data.
 #13 - Tax Connections - Great site for accounting and finance professionals - it picks up a nice range of tax blogs (including mine).
 #25 - Carbon Tax Center - this is a hot issue
 #31 - Tax Analysts Blog - always very insightful posts

What do you think? Find anything new you'll sign up for?

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congratulations! You can be proud of making the list of the top 100 *global* tax blogs.
Keep up the good work. Your blog has lots of followers.

James Kateron said...

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