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Accounting blogs for the kids

I'm what's diplomatically described as being "of a certain age," so I feel free to use the term "kids" as I please. In this headline's instance, I'm not talking toddlers, but college kids.

That's an audience, specifically students studying accounting, that apparently might find the ol' blog entertaining and informative, according to Jared Eutsler, a CPA (and a lot of other financial accreditations noted by his many suffixes!) and full-time faculty member of the School of Business at Rasmussen College.

Don't Mess With Taxes is included in Eutsler's blog post 20 Blogs Accounting Students Will Love.

"We've hand-picked 20 authoritative and engaging accounting blogs for your reading – and learning – pleasure," writes Eutsler.

I'm thrilled and honored to be part of a list that contains many fine blogs with which I'm familiar -- TaxProf Blog, MauledAgain, The Fraud Files, TaxMama's Tax Quips, Taxable Talk, Our Taxing Times, Golden Practices Blog, Tax Rascal and Tick Marks –- as well as many that I plan to get to know.

Check out the post and all the accounting and tax blogs listed there.

And I beg your indulgence as I repeat below the very kind words Eutsler had about Don't Mess With Taxes:

Don't Mess With Taxes – Kay Bell, a journalist and corporate communicator with a passion for taxes founded this blog to make "taxes less taxing." Bell provides practical daily, weekly and monthly tax tips full of valuable information for both taxpayers and accounting professionals alike.

Thanks, Mr. Eutsler, for your assessment and especially for reading my right and left nav bar information!

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For me, when studying accounting students learn importance of financial transparency. I guess that's why it is very important to realize it's importance during the course.


Thanks for the links to the Accounting blogs, been trying to get my basic accounting principles right

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