These two are different also in the sense that Tao believe the life is to be lived according to the Tao and Confucians believe to live it according to actions.
Also, the Confucians believed you need to understand the relationship with family, and to follow the five goals of Confucianism.
The Buddhists, on the other hand, strictly have the purpose to reach Nirvana and follow the four noble truths.
The overall goal of Confucian is different than Buddhism and Taoism because the overall goal of the Confucius is to find their peaceful and harmonious place in life, while the two others have no overall goal.
For Confucianism it is the means for a person to see his place in the order of things and for Taoism it is empowering.
(3) Confucianism and Taoism both seek harmony in the world.
There is a similar bond between the Confucians and the Tao in the category rules and behavior.
They both believe that you must act accordingly in some way.
Both Confucianism and Taoism seem to have opposing views on the subject of filial piety.
In The Analects, Confucius urges us not only to serve our parents, but also to obey and respect them under all circumstances. One possible, or probably the most obvious, interpretation of this statement is that filial piety cannot exist without conflicts in the family.