(For those who also read Confessions of a CPA, I apologize for the duplicate post!)
As I often observe, time is the most scarce of a person's resources. (Rita Keller shared an interesting post on this topic last month.)
Over the past few weeks, I have fallen behind in even skimming the headlines of the 1000+ contents from my of my 168 subscriptions in Google Reader. With tax season barreling down on me, I've finally admitted to myself that I won't be able to keep up. So much interesting content, so little time!
Today, I created a separate folder in Reader for "Daily Reads," which also shows up as its own list on the right of this blog. It was very hard to come up with such a short list.
Some blogs not on the list are fantastic reads that require a lot of my mental horsepower to follow, and I hope to make more time this summer to summon the brainpower to read them daily. These include the tax and legal experts at such blogs as ataxingmatter, Mauled Again, and TaxProf.
Other blogs not on the list are great reads about the world of finance and accounting, which I hope to revisit with a vengeance after April 15 when I am not required to only live and breathe tax. Some of these include BookMarkLee, The Exuberant Accountant, Jr Deputy Accountant, and many, many others.
So my "Daily Reads" are not a review (though of course I recommend them all), but simply the list of what I think a tax manager like me will religiously follow when time is short.
What are your "can't miss" blogs?