Twittering Tax Pros, Take Two

In April of this year, I posted a list of Twittering Tax Pros. Since then, I’ve been tweeting up a storm and my list of folks that I follow has grown – that means it’s time for an update!

Here’s the list so far (arranged by ABC order of real names, well, except for the first one):

taxgirl – me!


tbazley – Tom Bazley


taxtweet – Kay Bell


bojack54 – Jack Bogdanski


boutela – Adrian Boutel


mjbutah – Michelle Butah


pcharing – Paul Charing


TaxCoach – Kathy Cregan


JonSDavis – Jon Davis


rdeighr – Robin Deigh


rdftaxpro – Robert Flach


philiphodgen – Phil Hodgen


eclewis – Elizabeth Lewis


belsee – Barbara Lianides-Chin


Taxman45 – Bill Miranda


jeanm333 – Jean Murray


MacBeth870 – Peter Pappas


Flare8899 – David Peirson


MrsCPA – Kelly Phillips (yes, I know it’s frightening but we are not the same person!


SherylSchuff – Sheryl Schuff


PattiSpencer – Patti Spencer


resherpa – Bill Walston

JeremyYost – Jeremy Yost


bradheck


bruce_taxguy – Bruce


Lowrance


TTaxChristine


TaxGeek


ClassTax


KristineMcK


homebusinesstax


JeanineB


thing85

If you’re ready to take the first step and say, “I’m a tax professional and I love to Twitter,” let me know. Just leave a note below in the comments with your Twitter ID.

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26 thoughts on “Twittering Tax Pros, Take Two

  1. Thanks for compiling the list. If you ever feel like taking it a step further by showing what areas each of us specialize in (or any other characteristics), I’d be glad to help.

    And thanks for following me on Twitter. I hope that the things I share have been (and continue to be) useful.

  2. I JUST LOVE YOUR SITE…I HAVE USED MANY OF YOUR ARTICLES TO HELP ME IN MY QUEST TO BE A GOOD PROFESSIONAL TAX PREPARER…
    BECKYTAX…BECKY SHELDON

  3. Tom, Bill and Robert, you’ve been added.

    Sheryl, I think that’s a great idea (sorting). I’ll send out a note on twitter at some point.

    Becky, thanks!!!

  4. “I’m a tax professional and I love to Twitter,”

    Nice to see so many of us out there helping people to figure out the tax thing. Thanks for putting the list together, @taxgirl!

    I’m starting my 3rd year of tax preparation. I’m licensed by the state of Oregon but I can do any state, of course. Worked for H&R Block for first 2 years and now working for an enrolled agent.

    Last year I asked for “harder” returns and I’ve got them this year.

    Hope you all stay sane over the next few months!

    Cindy Morus (http://twitter.com/moneymender)

    P.S. I don’t just do taxes…

  5. Tax twittering! What a concept!

    Yes, I was one that knew in high school I’d be an accountant and for many years now as both a Massachusetts & NY CPA have helped many through both mentoring programs and answering tax posts through http://www.boston.com and their Tax Center Guide for people posting questions through “Ask A CPA”.

    Thanks Taxgirl for providing this wonderful service!

  6. I’m a Tweeter albeit a new Tweeter and I am Tax Pro.

    4 yrs with Jackson Hewitt most as Manager sat out 4 years due to non-compete clause. Last year was a Customer Service Professional for H&R Block and this year I am back to what I love doing the best Taxes and getting people the biggest and best refund I can.

    I have years of experience in A/P, A/R. Payroll and I actually started doing taxes 25 yrs ago when I took the H&R Block class at 17 right out of HS with my Dad it wasnt until 2000 I went professional so to speak.

    My twitter is http://www.twitter.com/stefansmom

    I am on Facebook and Myspace both are also stefansmom

    I do other things too lots of volunteer work

    Christine Baldwin-Keens
    Tax Associate
    With me you got “People”

  7. I forgot I am also a Notary Public in the State of Virginia

    Christine
    With Me you got “People”

  8. I’m a tax professional and I love to Twitter! Although these days I deal more with the gift and estate tax than the income tax, I still have a strong tax background, and worked for the IRS for 7 years.

    @SoFlaEstatePlan

  9. Forgot to mention that I’m not in the US. I’m actually a British Accountant. But I have American clients too, so I file their 1040s etc.

    Thanks for the site, any other US tax preparers outside the US
    @chosid

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