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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.
Travelers around the country are seeing thousands of flight delays, many up to 2 hours, the result of furloughs the Federal Aviation Administration started earlier this week following sequestration cuts which went into effect last month. The FAA, like many other agencies, are requiring their 47,000 employees - including 13,000 air-traffic controllers – to take extra unpaid days off, one day for every two weeks in this case.
In addition to the inconvenience for travelers, per the Passenger Rights Act passed in 2011, airlines are expected to compensate them for delays and time spent on the tarmac. Airlines, as a result, are calling on the government to fix the furlough issue or, at least, give them exceptions while furloughs are in effect.
It’s one of the first obvious effects sequestration is having on the general population, but if you are expecting Washington to do anything about it, don’t hold your breath. Rather both parties are pointing fingers at each other.
Senator Pat Toomey argued the FAA could cut from less important areas. House Appropriations Committee Chairman Harold Rogers accused the administration of mishandling the situation.
Democrats counter Republicans could have avoided the situation and only they now have the power to abate the impact. White House Press Secretary Jay Carney said Congress botched the job and the FAA had no choice but to cut back in labor costs to absorb the sequestration cuts.
One thing everyone seems to agree on is that it will only get worse as we head into the summer travel season if no action is taken.
We talk to Jim Marinitti, an Air Traffic Controller at Miami International Airport and Bob King, Energy & Transportation Editor for POLITICO.
The we talk internet sales tax with Tracy Gordon, Fellow for Economic Studies at The Brookings Institution.
The political battles around sales taxes and the Internet have raged on for years. The solutions that seem the most fair to the states are the least fair to online retailers. Debates have been coming to a close, however, as we are now in the final steps of passing an Internet Sales Tax Bill that is not without problems. This has not passed yet and is not signed into law. It probably will be, so let's go ahead and talk about what this means. Read more... http://www.stevenkaylive.com/article.php?id=362
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
Anti-tax groups seem to be losing their influence as Republican lawmakers’ constituents support legislation that would require Internet retailers to collect sales taxes.
Then, on Thursday, the White House told Congressional leaders that the nation’s intelligence agencies had determined, “with varying degrees of confidence,” that Mr. Assad’s government had used sarin, a chemical agent, on a small scale. President Obama said last summer that use of chemical weapons was a “red line” that, if crossed, could prompt the United States to intervene, but administration officials made clear that more conclusive evidence would be necessary before any action would be taken.
“We never asked, nor did we encourage, the United States to take military action in Syria,” Mr. Steinitz said at a conference in New York sponsored by The Jerusalem Post. “And we are not making any comparison or linkage with Iran, which is a completely different matter.”
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.
The Senate approved a long-anticipated Internet sales tax proposal on Monday, moving the legislation one step closer to enactment and paving the way for shoppers to pay sales tax on the majority of online purchases. The so-called Marketplace Fairness Act would allow the 45 states (and the District of Columbia) that currently charge sales taxes to require large online retailers to collect tax on purchases made by their residents. The law would only apply to online sellers that have sales of at least $1 million outside of states where they have physical operations, like a store or a warehouse.
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.
MarshallTalk will be covering the issue of whether we should replace the current Federal Income Tax code with a National Sales Tax. Marshall the Host of MarshallTalk believes we can not do it fast enough, the current Federal Income Tax code causes more pain and suffering then it is worth, plus a National Sales Tax could create immediate and long term stimulus.
The Marketplace Fairness Act, is that rare piece of legislation that has turned Democrat against Democrat, Republican against Republican and business against business, while uniting states as different as New Hampshire, Montana and Oregon — which have no sales taxes — against virtually every other state.New York Times
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.
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