Top Tax Podcasts: Knowledge on Demand

Practice Management, Training tax podcasts

With tax season far behind us, I hope you’ve been able to get some rest and maybe even take that vacation you desperately need. The good news is there are no more late nights at the office, at least for a few months. The not-so-good news? It’s time to catch up on the full impact of tax reform.

Quite a few firms and publications started podcasts this year in response to all of the changes; each one has its own focus, whether it’s state and local tax, international tax and even growing your firm. Here’s a list of podcasts, in no particular order, I recommend you listen to through your favorite streaming service:

Tax Notes Talk: Features biweekly updates on tax issues and developments from influential thought leaders in the tax community.

Bloomberg BNA Talking Tax: Covers tax issues from Capitol Hill to the courts and the IRS.

Current Federal Tax Developments: Devoted to current developments in federal taxes geared toward CPAs in tax practice.

Ernst & Young ITS Washington Dispatch: Brings listeners the latest developments in U.S. tax news.

Spidell’s California Minute: Dedicated to providing California tax news snippets with tips and hot topics.

Simply Tax: Offers plain talk about tax with Damien Martin, CPA.

Growing Your Firm: From Jetpack Workflow, features tips, tactics, and strategies on how to grow a firm.

KPMG TWIST: Known as “This Week in State Tax,” TWIST features a series of short podcasts hosted by tax professionals who cover state and local tax developments dating from the previous week.

 

Editor’s note: Happy learning! For more education, check out Intuit® ProConnect™ free webinars, many of which include CPE credit.

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