The results of WalletHub’s Best Tax Blog for 2015 are in… (drumroll, please) I finished #5 out of #50. That’s pretty awesome. I couldn’t be happier and I am so grateful for your support!
You can find all of my archives in a neat package here on taxgirl.com. But if you’re looking for the freshest, coolest tax news, check me out on Forbes at http://www.forbes.com/sites/kellyphillipserb/.
Got a minute and a half? Earlier this week, I spoke with Annie Baxter on Marketplace Radio about the upcoming IRS season. Here’s the interview:
Doesn’t look the same, does it? If you’re here because you’re used to reading my column on Forbes.com, don’t panic. I’m just engaging in a little WordPress maintenance – things will be back to normal shortly! In the meantime, since I know you don’t want to miss a thing, click here to be taken directly … Read more
I’ve written 1,000 blog posts for Forbes! Here’s what I’ve learned so far…
With so much happening with the Internal Revenue Service these days, you might be wondering how to keep up with it all. Clearly, keep reading taxgirl.com and Forbes.com – we’ve got you covered! But you can also follow the IRS on social media these days for the agency’s take on current issues. Here’s a quick … Read more
I am honored and flattered to announce that editors of the ABA Journal have selected my blog, taxgirl, as one of the top 100 best blogs in their annual Blawg 100. The Blawg 100, an annual compilation of the best blogs written by lawyers, is in its sixth year. ABA Journal Editor and Publisher Allen … Read more
I’ll be live blogging the Third and Final Presidential Debate beginning at 9:00pm (EST).
I’ve had great fun live blogging the debates (I’m working on follow-up posts, keep checking back.) So far, there have been three: two Presidential debates and one Vice Presidential debate. You can read the live blog transcripts here: First Presidential Debate Vice Presidential Debate Second Presidential Debate For links to the actual debate transcripts, check … Read more
I’ll be live blogging the Second Presidential Debate beginning at 9:00pm (EST). his debate is a bit different from the first debate because the format is “town hall” – so Q&A from the audience at Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York. Topics will include foreign and domestic policy. The moderator will be Candy Crowley, CNN … Read more