Whether you missed a tax deadline, owe money to the IRS or are facing an audit, tax problems often call for professional help from a tax attorney or accountant. And it's always a good idea to keep informed about tax law and the organizations that exist to help you out of such complications.

So, want to stay on top of new developments in tax law? We've compiled a list of the most influential voices who are talking about it on Twitter. This list is based on Twitter data culled according to content, follower/following ratios, frequency of tweets, blog popularity, the opinions of other tax law experts and influencers, and our own subjective judgment.

Note that some influential voices are not included, either because they don't have active Twitter accounts, or because they only tweet about tax law sporadically. Here, our goal is to provide the best possible stream of tax law news and insight.

Andersen Tax
One of the largest independent tax firms focused on a wide range of tax, valuation, financial advisory and related consulting services for individuals, families and businesses.

Brent. A. Auberry
Attorney at Faegre Baker Daniels, focusing on state and local tax (property, sales/use, income). Co-author of the Indiana Chapter for the ABA’s The Property Tax Deskbook.

EY US Tax Policy
The EY Center for Tax Policy is dedicated to identifying tax trends, analyzing proposed legislation, and reporting on implications for U.S. taxpayers.

Howard Ginsberg
Ginsberg Wealth Management offers personalized tax return, wealth management and accounting services. They've compiled a wide variety of resources into a tax library.

The official feed for the Internal Revenue Service. Tax-related news and events available at irs.gov/news-events.

Joe Henchman
Attorney & policy analyst; Vice President of Legal & State Projects at the Tax Foundation, where he analyzes state tax trends, constitutional issues, and tax law developments.

Joe Kristan
Tax Technical Director at Roth & Company; works with partnership taxation and corporate acquisitions and restructurings; teaches at tax schools. Blog: rothcpa.com/blog-index.

John Brusniak
Partner at a property tax law firm. Represents clients in tax controversies; handles tax exemption applications; specializes in oil & gas litigation, special valuation appraisals, etc.

Paul Caron
Tax professor at Pepperdine Law School and one of the leading entrepreneurial tax scholars in the U.S. Author of over 50 tax-related publications. Blog: taxprof.typepad.com.

PwC Tax
Official Twitter feed for tax services by PricewaterhouseCoopers. Tax research and insights at pwc.com/us/en/tax-services/publications.html.

Richard Rubin
U.S. tax policy reporter for The Wall Street Journal, focusing on the intersection of taxes, politics and economics. Blog: topics.wsj.com/person/A/biography/8305.

Steven J. Fromm
Provides tax assistance and legal representation before the IRS. Offers legal tax guides at sjfpc.com/business_estate_planning_probate_administration_tax_guides.html

Sylvia F. Dion
CPA; avid tax blogger; and Founder & Managing Tax Partner at a tax consulting firm that provides various services such as refund analysis, notice resolution and sales tax filing.

Tax Analysts
An independent and nonprofit organization sharing tax-related news, commentary and analysis. Blog: taxanalysts.org/tax-analysts-blog.

Tax Foundation
A tax policy NPO that aims to lead the tax reform debate through research, education and analyses. Blog: taxfoundation.org/blog. (Also see @kpomerleau & @ScottDrenkard.)

Tax Policy Center
The Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center provides analyses of current and emerging tax policy issues to policymakers, journalists, citizens and researchers. Blog: taxpolicycenter.org/taxvox.

The Timothy S. Hart Law Group helps clients with unfiled tax returns, criminal investigations for tax evasion and fraud, payroll tax issues, tax installment agreements and more.

Tracy Shannon Levey
Co-founder and VP of Communications at Parker Tax Publishing, a publishing company offering comprehensive federal tax research for attorneys, CPAs and enrolled agents.

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