September 2007 Tax Law Top Blawgs

  1. Covers recent developments affecting business law. From the University of Illinois College of Law.
  2. Covers tax and legal issues relating to federal and Florida tax, estate planning, probate, and business matters. By Charles Rubin.
  3. Covers aircraft taxation, franchise tax, property tax, sales and use tax, school finance litigation and tax reform. By Alan E. Sherman.
  4. Daily tax and small business podcast with tax and small business news tidbits covering investment, inheritance real estate and more.
  5. Covers corporate, non-profit, estates, individual or international taxes. By Kelly Erb.
  6. Covers tax controversies involving the IRS and California Franchise Tax Board, as well as California probate, estate planning matters and business transactions. By Mitchell A. Port.
  7. Covers tax law, legal education, the First Amendment, religion, and law generally. By Villanova law professor James Edward Maule.
  8. Covers IRS problems and how to solve them. By Darrin Mish.
  9. Discusses federal, state and local tax reform, with an emphasis on fair and adequate taxation. By the Citizens for Tax Justice.
  10. Covers estate taxes, payroll taxes, sales taxes, tax evasion and tax fraud. By Russ Fox.
  11. Comments on tax and business law developments. By Stuart Levine.
  12. Covers business law, elder law, estate planning and tax law. By Deirdre R. Wheatley-Liss.
  13. Covers wills, trusts & estates, guardianships, tax and asset protection planning.
  14. Provides updates on EU and Italian international tax matters. By Marco Rossi.
  15. Covers tax matters affecting people with disabilities. By Paul Nidich.
  16. Covers South Florida estate planning, probate and tax law issues. By David Shulman.
  17. Covers estate planning, tax and probate law. Published by Moravecs, a Professional Law Corporation.
  18. Covers bankruptcy, fraud and criminal tax, offer in compromise, and other tax news and updates. By Victor Yoo of the Tax Lawyers Group.
  19. Covers legal issues affecting nonprofit and tax-exempt organizations. By Gene Takagi and Erin Bradrick.