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Friday, December 31, 2004

Recap of 2004 Celebrity Tax Lore on TaxProf Blog

Happy_new_year_2Since our launch on April 15, I have been proud of our coverage of tax colloquia, conferences, and scholarship, as well as our coverage of tax issues in the 2004 Presidential Campaign (including the many tax aspects of the red state-blue state divide).  I would like to think that our coverage of these issues is what attracted our partners Foundation Press, LexisNexis, Tax Analysts, and West.  But I also am fond our less high-brow content, such as our Book Club and our coverage of various Tax Prof moves and our weekly Tax Prof Spotlight, as well as our navel-gazing About This Blog.  Yet what really got our site meter spinning in 2004 was our occasional coverage of tax issues involving the rich and famous.  So here, in my 1,318th (!) and last post of 2004, is a recap of the year's Celebrity Tax Lore on TaxProf Blog:

In addition, in October we ran a post on From Liberace to Tupac Shakur: Using Celebrity Wills in the Classroom, which included links to the wills of these celebrities from the old and new zeitgeist:

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