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First launched in 2019, Textbook Tax is a blog focused on a broad range of tax topics. Textbook Tax covers personal taxation, corporate taxation, flow-through entity taxation, tax court cases, U.S. tax news, and more!

Textbook Tax focuses on providing interesting and helpful tax-related content to its users, allowing readers to gain a strong understanding about the various tax topics! Because Textbook Tax covers such a wide range of tax topics, taxpayers, tax professionals, and students should all benefit from reading and learning from Textbook Tax.

I, the author of Textbook Tax, began the blog while studying for my Certified Public Accounting (CPA) exams. By writing about the topic, I gained a strong understanding about it. I enjoyed writing and blogging about tax, and so, I decided to launch a tax blog, which is now Textbook Tax.

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