Disclaimer for a tax blog

Hello, I publish articles on my blog which are based on my understanding of tax. I have purchased the T&C's as well as the Privacy Policy from you which is also on the website. Do i need to include a disclaimer at the bottom of each article i write as well, bearing in mind that the disclaimer essence is in the T&C's? Or is it better to have on to ensure i manage the readers expectations? Thank you.

I would usually include a tax-specific disclaimer of liability on this sort of website. Something similar in form and scope to our legal information disclaimer:

http://www.seqlegal.com/free-legal-documents/legal-disclaimer

A disclaimer may be more likely to be legally effective if it is on each page (or otherwise clearly brought to the attention of each user) but you will want to balance usability against this.

 

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