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Discover how to legally, morally and ethically reduce your taxes. When was the last time someone sat down with you and gave you some tax planning tips or sat down with you about tax and estate planning? What would it be worth to you in order to save from $5,000 to $10,000 or more each year. Would it be valuable knowing that your returns would be able to withstand an IRS audit, and that you would have peace of mind in not having to worry about an IRS audit!
There are few things in life so sure as death and taxes. If you are reading this, we can safely establish that you are not dead; so let's talk taxes!
Come January 2015, right after we have splurged on the holidays, now comes the accountability - and it is of the ACCOUNTING kind. How do you stack up?
Maddie Brown, a 30+ year experienced CPA; will be my guest expert to weigh in on the matter of taxes, record keeping and avoiding audits. Maddie helps her clients clean up any money messes, get confident about where they are and where they are going, and create a simple step-by-step plan to get there – without feeling overwhelmed, wrong or judged.
Taxes, a Scary subject but we can not avoid it, right? Isn't that what they say about death!!! This week on The Networking Diva Hour, tune in and hear about/Your Taxes And You! With the year already half way through,you will want to hear the expertise of Kathy Blykas, Your Taxlady, who is giving you some FREE information and tips that you may overlook when filing your taxes. You still have half a year to check out these deductions. so listen and hear my co-host blow your mind!!
If you are looking for a blend of personal service and expertise, you have come to the right place! Tax Lady LLC is a full service tax Company and offers a broad range of services for individuals, business owners, executives and independent professionals. Their rates are affordable and they are experienced and friendly and are local right here in Colorado Springs!
You will want to mark your calendar for this very informative show on the Do's and Don'ts on your tax preparation for the last part of the year. They watch your bottom line so the Government doesn't get it all!!
Well, it’s not quite an issue of life or death, but Ben Franklin reportedly said that the above, were two certainties of life. We know we’re going to die, and we yes, we have to pay taxes.
As the year 2011 comes to an end, President Obama, Speaker Boehner and Majority Leader Reid are entangled in yet another politically charged issue, extending the cuts or reduction in payroll taxes.
Interestingly enough, Obama, on the heels of his economic speech at Osawatomie, Kansas, seems to be taking the role of wanting to lower taxes, a complete turn- around from his determination to allow the Bush-era tax cuts to expire. He even referred to tax cuts as the Republicans’ “Holy Grail” (I wonder what his “Grails” are?)
The President claims that to allow these cuts to expire, will cost American workers $1,000 per year.
A problem for the GOP, had been the Democrat’s insistence on the so-called “millionaires tax”, which reportedly, they have dropped.
To be honest, there are things I am not clear on, as it seems that this issue came out of nowhere, to become a forefront issue as yet another government shutdown looms, if a compromise is not reached.
This Saturday, December 17th, on Critical Discourse, we will try to decipher exactly what is going on in this end. If anyone understands what the ramifications are, with the maintaining or ending the payroll tax, by all means, we welcome your input or expertise.
Your intrepid stoner here at sevsdeadserious is so happy to see that the legalization of yours truly's favorite herbal medicine is overjoyed by the fact that the legalization of said herbal remedy has NOT led to the downfall of society, a rise in urban crime and the end of the family unit; though you can here some great rock-n-roll every where you smell the pungent aroma of the evil weed. When you incarcerate people for involvement in marijuana, the offending state will spend $50,000 per year for one person's barely illegal activities versus, no incarceration and tax revenues for the state. Sin taxes made this country great, so why shouldn't the "wages of sin" help the state...why the exhorbitant taxes on booze and ciggy butts because the state needs the money and what state couldn't use a little greater cash flow. And not that we should forget the already brimming over scandal in the NFL as another player gets arrested for beating the shit out of someone, anyone...and where is Roger Goodell? I believe that question is rhetorical...Goodell is TOTALLY lost in his own stupidity and lies. The NFL (National Felony League).
Meet Daniel E. Greene - Daniel started his career on the “Dark Side” He is a former business tax auditor for the state of California. He analyzed and examined the operations and financial information for hundreds of businesses searching for areas of tax, fraud and embezzlement exposure.
After he left the state, Daniel was in charge of increasing and monitoring the royalty stream of Mail Boxes Etc., a top 10 franchise system. He trained new franchise owners, conducted profit growth seminars, and increased same store royalty reporting an average of 10% per year.
Following the sale of MBE’s Global Operations, Daniel decided to go into public practice full time. He is a CPA licensed in California with an office in Temecula. Daniel is also one of less than 300 certified tax coaches in the country. He specializes in advanced tax planning, tax preparation, and asset protection strategies.
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You can't change the tax system, but you can find ways to lower your taxes. It's pretty simple: Don't get a tax refund, to start.
Most people think getting a tax refund is like winning lotto. It's not we'll tell you why and what you could be doing with your money, rather than giving it to the government.
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nd of the week is here and we have a few things to talk about
- The ongoing saga of Ray Rice, Roger Goodell, and Ravens fans
- Chipotle workers walk out
- Some issues with tax money being spent
- And Ethan's Fantasy Football talk?
On Today’s episode “Business Taxes Part II: Taxes for Corporations” Antwan Anderson, President of Anderson & Company, returns to BluPrint Radio to share additional tax tips & definitions and most specifically taxes for corporations -- Antwan will talk about stock based compensation, shareholder tax payments, dividends and its tax implications.
Antwan has many years of accounting experiences and was previously an auditor at Clifton Gunderson, the 9th largest accounting firm in the country, responsible for auditing all of the court systems in the US including the district, probation, bankruptcy and pretrial court services. His degrees in Accounting and in Computer Information Systems broadened his diverse background which includes the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) where he wrote healthcare procedures and participated on the committee to express opinions on the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) laws. Antwan has worked in the Information Technology (IT) consulting sector for public and government agencies completing SAS70 engagements and business continuity planning.
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