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  • 01:03

    Tax Tips for MLM and Home Base Business Owners

    in Business

    Discover how to legally, morally and ethically reduce your taxes, $5,000 to $10,000 or more each year. 
      The U. S. Congress has created laws that encourage individuals to be
    entrepreneurs to start and run their own businesses. Home Base Business
    Entrepreneurs have many more potential deductions available to them than the
    everyday taxpayer. Here is a list of some of the categories from the IRS's Schedule C.




    Advertising

    Bad debts from sales/services

    Car and truck expenses

    Commissions and fees

    Cost of goods sold

    Depletion

    Depreciation and section 179 expense
    deduction

    Employee benefit programs

    Expenses for business use of home (form 8829)

    Insurance

    Interest - Mortgage- Credit Cards - other

    Legal and Professional Services

    Office expenses

    Rent or lease of vehicles, machinery and equipment

    Repairs and maintenance

    Supplies

    Taxes and licenses

    Travel, Meals and Entertainment

    Wages paid to employees

    and many more that a qualified tax pro can help you find!

     


     


     


     


     

  • 00:16
  • 00:27

    Loretta McNary presents This New Era hosted by Ayra Burney

    in Entertainment

    This New Era is a new positive radio show created by a teenager for teenagers!!! Listeners will enjoy Conversations with Ayra Burney and various guest from around the nation. Topics will be as diverse as the sea shells found on the seashore. Of course since Ayra is a teenager, you know fashion, makeup, music, boys, travel, food and all of the latest trending topics, will be discussed! Like daily deals and knowing the best places to spend your money, we've got that covered too! Tune in every Wednesday, so we can talk about "THIS NEW ERA".

  • 01:29

    Meet Peggy Green-Ernst, Director, AFFT, and our discussion all things Fair Tax

    in Politics

    Director of government relations for Americans For Fair Taxation(AFFT) Peggy Green-Ernst joins us in discussing the current movement to completely overhaul the tax system with a total 100% rebuking of the 70,000+ page monstrosity known as the Progressive Income Tax and its enabler, the IRS; replacing it with a tax system that works for ALL Americans the Fair Tax. We will also get her take on PopVox which has allowed grassroots organizations and people get their voices heard.


    With a groundswell of experience Peggy not only talks The Talk, but walks The Walk in getting things done. 


    Show times:  6 pm PT - 7 pm MT - 8 pm CT - 9 pm ET - Every Wednesday


    All shows are live but are recorded for future play.  We invite you to copy and share all programs. 


    Caller Lines:  (619) 393-6478 or toll free (888) 436-1206

  • 01:54

    Bush v Clinton

    in Comedy

    Dave Smith, Jess Sager and Mike Branc talk about Jeb bush , Hillary Clinton, Iraq, the media and listener comments.
    Check out all of our great shows at http://standupnylabs.com

  • 00:31

    KarnerBlue Era, a Catalyst for Change

    in Motivation

    Host Kathy Sipple speaks with Tina Rongers from KarnerBlue Era, LLC about her transformative work in economic development. Rongers brings a unique approach, informed by her multidisciplinary background that involves a balance of analytical as well as creative work. At the heart of all of her projects is a deep desire to help the human spirit flourish.

  • 01:34

    Civil Chat with Lee looks at TPP Fast Track, Bush lies about Iraq, and more

    in Politics Progressive

    Civil Chat with Lee looks at what's trending with Jeb Bush and his implosion with Iraq and religious freedoms, Obama wins approval in the Senate to fasttrack TPP, Huckabee endorses firearm access for protection, Cleveland Police filed charges on Tamir Rice to justify shooting, Bobby Jindal takes a hard stance against Gays, Rand Paul holds the floor for 11 hours against Patriot Act.

  • 01:01

    Creative Wills and Trusts, and Your General Tax & Legal Questions

    in Business

    Join Mark and Mat as they discuss the exciting and misunderstood topic of Wills and Trusts.  What CAN you really do to plan your estate and get creative?  Listen to Mark and Mat as they share stories and examples of some of their most creative plans they have ever created.


    ALSO, they will be hosting regular Open Forum Questions!!  A Show that is always a favorite of our listeners!! FIRST our regular tax tips and legal tips and then I will be fielding questions on Tax Strategies, Asset Protection, Estate Planning and Business Planning. I NEED and WANT your INPUT and Feedback.  I'll do my best to answer your questions, and if I don't have the answer for you, I will find it. 


    Please email your questions and comments in advance to mark@markjkohler.com Put in the subject line 'Show Question'.


    The show will broadcast LIVE Tuesday, May 19th, at 11am PST / 2 EST. You can call in and listen LIVE on the road at 646-200-4285, or listen in here.

  • 02:00

    Flat Tax vs Fair Tax, what's better? You Decide.

    in Politics Conservative

    Join me, Jack July, as I welcome my guests Don Strickland and Roger Jones as we debate the merits of the flat tax as well as the fair tax. Which works for you?


    We also welcome the husband and wife writing team of Kailia and Dale Halling, Authors of Pendulum of Justice followed by the soon to be released Trials of Injustice scheduled for release in May of 2015.


    Also I will take a moment to talk about Carolina Loving Hound Rescue in Greenville SC


    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Carolina-Loving-Hound-Rescue/194905907277585?pnref=story

  • 00:52

    Why Jeb Bush Is Not The One

    in Current Events

    When talk began in earnest about a Jeb Bush presidential candidacy for 2016, former First Lady Barbara Bush was noticeably cool about the idea.  Alas, she eventually changed her mind.  But as veteran test takers know, it is usually wise to trust your first instinct when deciding a question.


    Tonight we will examine the myriad weaknesses of another Bush run at the White House.  A spotty electoral record, weakness in coalition building, the lingering suspicion about the Bush penchant for international adventurism, a closed and inbred circle of political advisors, an often tone-deaf approach to communications and identity politics, a detached bubble of family affluence- all of these translate into a damaged political brand that would be very problematic in a presidential race.


    The Bushes are a distiguished political family with a commendable record of public service.  But the times are not suited for yet another President Bush.  The Republican goal for this election should be to win the White House, not provide a comfortable security blanket for the GOP establishment.


     

  • 00:31

    MARSH TAX LACKS SUPPORT

    in News

    Mayor Marsh wants community leaders to put pressure on his city Council to support a ½% sales tax in the next election.


    Marsh claims that 80 to 90% of the tax will be spent on public safety. Surely the pressure on the Council will come from the Modesto Police Union, whose mission is to obtain more money, better benefits, and job protection.


    Given the choice between more money and more officers the unions have historically selected more money.


    Two years ago, former Mayor Carmen Sabatino headed the “NO 0N MEASURE X” campaign and spent $3000.00 to defeat the measure while the Mayor’s supporters spent over $178,000 in a failed attempt to pass the tax.


    Measure X failed because the people got it, they understood that giving seven people on the City Council $26 million a year to spend as they pleased was not a good idea.


    Now he wants only want $14 million and claims it is just for public safety.


    Termed out Councilman Dave Lopez, who has been a cheerleader on the Council and accomplished little else opposes the tax.


    Marsh and Lopez cannot explain what they did with $25 million of federal funds for the neighborhood stabilization program.


    The city received 10% or 2.5 million to administer and supervise the federal money. Then, Mayor Jim Ridenour, claims he didn’t know anything about SCAP and it wasn’t his business how much they paid their executives.


    The newspaper at the time distracted the community with the reports on SCAP, which was really a small part of the larger scandal that forced bee editor Mark Vasche to tell the Bee publisher that he had a conflict and could no longer participate in any meetings to discuss the scandal.


    There are many other examples that lead to the logical conclusion that Marsh should not ask for any more money until he reveals what’s been done with the money they have already been given.