A Leading Tax Expert

Are you interested in…

  • Saving money on your taxes this year?
  • Making a plan to save money on next year’s taxes, too?

Julian Block is a nationally recognized attorney who has been singled out as: a “leading tax professional” (New York Times); “an accomplished writer on taxes” (Wall Street Journal); and “an authority on tax planning” (Financial Planning Magazine). He is frequently quoted by such publications as Money, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Washington Post.

His many books have been praised as: “one of the best personal-finance books” (Money); “one of the best tax books, an excellent source of information” (New York Times); and “a triumph of simplicity that tackles the complex world of taxes and communicates to readers in clear, everyday language” (National Association of Enrolled Agents). He often contributes to such magazines as AARP, Consumer Reports, Money, Playboy, Reader’s Digest, and Vogue.

In addition to writing and practicing law in Larchmont, N.Y., he conducts continuing education programs for tax professionals and is a frequent guest on television and radio shows. Bryant Gumbel complimented him as “a frequent guest, whose insights are always great fare and with a talent for simplifying the complications of tax work.” He holds a master of laws degree in taxation from New York University Graduate Law School, and is a member of the New York Financial Writers Association and the American Society of Journalists and Authors.

Formerly, Block was with the IRS as a special agent (criminal investigator) and as an attorney. He has taught tax planning at such schools as Adelphi University and New York University, and was the tax expert for Prodigy, the on-line service.

Julian Block is available for private consultations on tax planning.

4 thoughts on “A Leading Tax Expert

  1. Judyth Baker says:

    I want to buy one copy of your book “Tax Tips for Marriage and Divorce” I can’t do it on the computer. What other way is there to buy the book?

  2. Susan Miller says:

    Thank you for your article about tax deductions for people who foster cats and dogs for rescue groups. I was fostering a cat for a rescue group and the cat passed away. Can I deduct the cost of the cremation?

  3. handyman says:

    That’s a great post about tax information. This will very helpful and thanks for sharing this article.

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