Kelley R. Taylor

Kelley R. Taylor

Senior Tax Editor,

Kelley R. Taylor is a senior tax editor who has written for various national publications on topics including education, law, health, finance, and tax. With over two decades of experience as a corporate attorney and business journalist, she has extensively covered recent tax developments and modifications, including the TCJA, ARPA pandemic-era changes, the SECURE 2.0 Act, and clean energy tax credits in the Inflation Reduction Act. Kelley enjoys simplifying complex information to help empower people in their daily lives and work.

Before joining Kiplinger, Kelley wrote for Tax Notes Today Federal where she focused on partnerships, carried interest, and high-net-worth individuals. She also spent time at The Bond Buyer, a New York-based finance publication, where she covered the SEC and municipal bonds. While working as an attorney, Kelley previously covered federal tax for Ernst & Young, a global professional services firm, and specialized in tax developments involving compensation and benefits as well as tax-exempt organizations. 

Kelley's writing has been featured on various sites and in numerous publications, including School Library Journal, Chicago Tribune, Yahoo Finance, Richmond Times-Dispatch, INSIGHT into Diversity magazine, Nasdaq, and Principal Leadership magazine. She holds a B.A. in Psychology from William and Mary and a J.D. from Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University. Her work has been recognized with two national awards for publication excellence.

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