5 Tax Vlogs You’ll Love When Filing This Year
Welcome to Blog Profiles! Each week, we select a topic and handful of blogs that do a great job contributing to the conversation. For this week’s roundup, we’re recognizing a few tax vlogs to reference when filing for your return this year. Do you have a blog (or vlog) that deserves recognition? Tweet our writers at @BeyondBylines.
Benjamin Franklin once said, “the only things certain in life are death and taxes.” This cheeky note in American history continues to ring true as we commence on the 2022 tax season.
Whether you’re anticipating a hearty pay-out or wavering in fear of Uncle Sam sliding you into a stupefying deficit, these tax-focused vlogs can be a helpful resource. So, sit back, click play and soak up the wealth of knowledge captured in today’s round-up of #VlogsWeLove!
ClearValue Tax is hosted by Chicago-based CPA, Brian Kim. The YouTube channel launched in 2018 and currently touts 1.38 million subscribers and 251 million views. It’s a success that comes at no surprise, as Brian’s presentation style is that of a savvy financial buddy you might turn to for a triumphant tax season.
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Follow @ClearValue_Tax on Twitter.
Krystal Todd is an emerging influencer and certified public accountant. The Cash Compass joined YouTube in 2019 and focuses on personal finance, investing and economics. The channel’s subscriber count stands at 25K strong and has amassed over half-a-million views. For those of us that doze off when it comes to numbers, Krystal’s levity, authenticity and use of educational inserts adds an element of entertainment that will have you clicking “Play Next.”
Follow @thecashcompass on Instagram.
Would a channel by any other name smell as rich? This pick is a no-brainer for those looking for a step-by-step guide to filing their tax returns. Hosted by Logan Allec, CPA, Money Done Right is the creator’s second YouTube channel and blog devoted to reviewing financial products and sharing expertly-created information about savings and taxes.
Follow @moneydoneright on Twitter.
As a certified public accountant, Lena Petrova’s main channel focuses on personal finance, small business accounting and taxes. Lena is upfront in stating that it is likely to be a rocky year for returns, providing us with expert tips to stay in the know this tax season.
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Follow @Lenapetrovacpa on Facebook.
This channel is more informative than rebellious, with Camari Ellis, EA, covering all things money, including Black wealth and commentary on the Black business community. With over a decade in the YouTube game, The Finance Rebel’s expansive coverage is well-deserving of today’s shoutout.
Follow @thefinancerebel on Twitter.
My friends, let’s wrap today’s post with the hope that our returns be ever in our favor.
Until Next Time,
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Cory Max Montoya is a National Account Director focused on Agency Relations. When he’s not empowering PR professionals, he can be found on the trail, down the digital rabbit hole, or with his Niece, who continues to remind him that life is a gift to be celebrated.