I recently received word that this blog, inTAXicating, finished 2nd in the Legal / Professional category of the Canadian Blog Awards.
The Canadian Blog Awards is an annual event on the Canadian Blogosphere in which Canadian Bloggers and Blog Readers vote to decide which blog is the best – either overall or within a category.
This year (2013), the Canadian Blog Awards are being operated by Jonathan Kleiman, a Toronto Small Claims Court Lawyer and Toronto Business Lawyer.
The first Canadian Blog Awards were held in 2004, by Robert McClelland of MyBlahg. He hosted the awards for 2005 and 2006 before handing them over to a coalition of bloggers and business owners keen on recognizing Canadian blogging talent.
Aside from being thrilled at the nomination, I am excited and content with the 2nd place finish because it means that not only is there plenty of room for improvement, but that people understand that in order to help themselves save taxes, or fix tax troubles, they need to read online to see what the experts are recommending.
With the CRA moving more and more online in everything they do, it only makes sense that you, the taxpayer, keeps up to speed as well, or at the very least, read and learn from people who were on the inside… For a long time… And who grew up in that space, trained the staff in that space and led staff in that space.
Thank you for voting for this blog and for dropping by for tips, suggestions and recommendations on how to best handle your tax questions or tax problems.
Make sure to visit http://www.intaxicating.ca but what you really want to do, is contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 416.833.1581 to have your questions answered or to have your tax problems solved.