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Topics and Strategies discussed in TIPShow broadcasts are general in nature and may not apply to your individual situation. The views expressed in this talk are solely the opinions of the speakers involved.
These opinions are general in nature and not designed to provide specific investment advice to individuals. Investors should not make investment decisions based exclusively on the material discussed on this call. CapSouth Partners is an independent, Registered Investment Advisor. Please consult your tax or legal advisor before making decisions that may have tax or legal consequences Ron Douthit, CPA joins me today to talk about Tax Effective Charitable Gifting
Most business owners don’t realize that thinking about taxes now and taking action makes the biggest difference when it comes to how much and when you have to pay. In fact, some planning strategies are so powerful you can actually skip your next tax payment altogether.
Best Selling Author and financial guru John Pollock shares the Tax Breaks of the Rich and Famous to help every day business owners drastically pay less in tax.
Good news- President Obama tax and budget deficit plan is full of new Presidential approved loopholes. This broadcasts will explore the biggest tax savings for small business and investors.
I hunted and pecked my way through all 250 pages to select the best for the biggest to the silliest... such as the golf cart energy tax credit.
Tax planning is looking down the road, around the curve, for the next big set of loopholes. Every tax bill that I have seen has had new tax loopholes.
The "Press" will tell you that that this bill has closed abusive loopholes and its is tax reform. However, one parties abuse is the other parties economic incentive.
So, your tax planner goes with the current (as you may know, I am a river rafter in my free time) and does not paddle upstream.
This episode of Tax Talk will cover my favorite loopholes. You will learn how to get the same tax loopholes used by the "Wealthy"
Here are the show notes with my favorite 40 tax saving loopholes.
If you have a question, the call me, Brian Dooley, CPA or text me at 949-939-3414.
Home offices and home base businesses are the new legal tax shelter. With todays powerful home internet services, you can run a major company out of your home.
If you watch reality TV, you know that Bethany of the NY Housewives created and sold a $100 million dollar liquor business out of her apartment.
Now, the Administration is pushing the IRS to recognize the power of a home office and home business. This new policy combined with President Regan small business tax laws (from 1987) provides the blue print to deducting personal interest and home interest as business interest.
New tax law allows a portion of your credit card interest and home mortgage as a business expense.
It is not merely the portion that relates to home office. Oh yes, there is much more. In this episode you will learn about the 1987 tax breaks and how they work with the IRS new home office tax law.
Learn how save taxes by converting your credit card interest and your home loan interest to deductible expenses.
Listen and learn how much and many more innovative tax plans for the cloud computer base and home base business.
Get our Excel worksheet on home office tax planning computation on this link. And please remember, that a home office (of any size) allows you do deduct most of your auto expense.
Dr. Susan Aurelia Gitelson answers many questions about the reasons to give and how to give wisely in “Giving Is Not Just For The Very Rich: A How-to Guide for Giving and Philanthropy”. Gitelson says her book will help readers clarify their priorities, choose charitable organizations wisely and become aware of how to make a real impact. From baby boomers to young entrepreneurs, there are numerous practical ideas for giving back, which not only help others, but also allow donors to feel better about themselves. Gitelson gives examples of the wealthiest donors who act as pacesetters, but then goes on to consider other ways for everyone to give time, ideas and assets to help others. She offers examples of innovative givers, social entrepreneurs, celebrities, government officials, nonprofit professionals, volunteers and social media networkers who also have a positive impact on society.
Analyzing the major areas for giving, she reviews religious philanthropy, education K-12, higher education, science and health, arts, culture and humanities, sports, multipurpose umbrella organizations, awards and international aid. Dr. Susan Aurelia Gitelson has a bachelor’s from Barnard College and her master’s and doctorate from Columbia University. She has been president of International Consultants, Inc. and consults for international business, educational, cultural and other institutions.
She has had books and articles published on four continents and was awarded Columbia University’s prestigious medal for distinguished alumni service. She is listed in Who’s Who in America and Who’s Who in the World.
Her website is http://www.dr-susan.org/
To order her book click HERE
It is never too early to plan your giving year. We have a day for giving thanks. We have two for getting deals. Now we have #GivingTuesday™, the giving season’s opening day. On Tuesday December 3, 2013 charities, families, businesses and individuals are coming together to transform the way people think about, talk about and participate in the giving season. The idea for the campaign sprung from Henry Timms, deputy executive director of the Jewish community center 92nd Street Y, and Kathy Calvin, CEO of the United Nations Foundation. New York’s 92nd Street Y has been the catalyst and incubator for #GivingTuesday, bringing the expertise of 139 years of community-management to the project, and providing #GivingTuesday a home. Henry Timms has also been instrumental in producing the annual Social Good Summit, in partnership with Mashable and the UN Foundation, which has opened up the UN Week conversation to over 120,000 across the world. Earlier in his career, Henry oversaw corporate strategy for Arts & Business, one of HRH The Prince of Wales’ charities, and helped to launch the Prince’s Foundation for Children and the Arts.
#Giving Tuesday's website is http://givingtuesday.org/
92Y's website is www.92y.org/
Disclaimer Topics and Strategies discussed in TIPShow broadcasts are general in nature and may not apply to your individual situation. The views expressed in this talk are solely the opinions of the speakers involved. These opinions are general in nature and not designed to provide specific investment advice to individuals. Investors should not make investment decisions based exclusively on the material discussed on this call. CapSouth Partners is an independent, Registered Investment Advisor. Please consult your tax or legal advisor before making decisions that may have tax or legal consequences
Today's show features David Curry, Tax Commissioner with Henry County Georgia. He will answer questions about the new Title Tax on autos in Georgia that replaces the sales tax.
Charity Navigator is America’s largest and most influential charity rater. We had over 6.2 million visits to our web site in 2012 alone and impact approximately $10 billion of charitable donations each year. This makes Charity Navigator far and away the largest and most utilized charity rating service that exists anywhere. President and CEO, Ken Berger, joined Charity Navigator in 2008 after almost thirty years experience working in the charitable non-profit sector. He has held leadership positions at a variety of human service and health care agencies. He is the author of Ken's Commentary, a blog about his thoughts on the non-profit sector.
The websites are www.charitynavigator.org/ and http://www.kenscommentary.org/
Learn more about taxes and taxation with emphasis on the historical and contemporary administration and enforcement of the U.S. federal income tax system. Call in with your IRS and federal income tax questions. A wide range of topics are on the table for discussion, including the purpose and meaning of IRS notices, discussion of IRS procedures, IRS deployment of deceitful tactics, the practical ramifications of asserting your rights and defending your position as you deal with the agency.
We are so pleased to have Daniel J. Pilla return to the show this week at 6PM Pacific, 9PM Eastern time! Dan is America's top tax expert and a Fair Tax Spokesperson, and his web site (Tax Help Online) guides many people through tax difficulties. He is also the award-winning author of 11 other tax books and hundreds of papers on specific subjects regarding the IRS.
Our conversation will, of course, encompass the Fair Tax, HR25/S122 as well as two critical tax aspects; First, as April 15th has passed, he will discuss late payment penalty cancellation; and Second, he will deal with 1099 debt forgiveness, which is the subject of Dan's new book.
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