Kelly Phillips Erb is a tax attorney in the greater Philadelphia, PA area, where she focuses on tax law for businesses and families. She is also a freelance author and writer.
Kelly has published Ask the TaxGirl: Everything Parents Should Know About Filing Taxes (Including Child Care Expenses, Medical Costs, and the Earned Income Tax Credit) together with Forbes. She is currently collaborating with the first winner of CBS' Survivor, Richard Hatch, to write his story, as well as working on several works of fiction.
Kelly authors the popular Taxgirl blog for Forbes.com; the blog has been recognized by the ABA Journal as one of the top 100 blogs written by lawyers for the past four years running. Kelly has also written about taxes for Reuters, Time, and AOL's WalletPop, and has been tapped for her ability to explain taxes in plain English by Esquire, National Public Radio, CBS Radio's Marketwatch and the BBC.
Kelly is also a mom to three children, so she can add “dinosaur expert”, “cupcake baker” and “princess dress designer” to her resume. You can follow Kelly on Twitter @taxgirl.
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