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Wednesday, October 2, 2013, we are proud to announce our interview with Bob Savage, author of Rendering Unto Caesar; The Fairest Tax.
Bob holds a BSEE from Auburn University and an MCS(MBA) from Rollins College.
He is the executive director of a 501(c)(3)-The American Foundation for Furthering Ideas that Rekindle the Miracle of 1776 (AFFIRM1776) in Hartwell, Georgia.
Bob says, "Our common interests in ideas about our nation's Constitution and founders, I believe we may have a good basis for an interview on your show. I am an author with two recent books dealing with changes Americans need to consider to return us to the thinking and directions established in 1776 and 1787".
OUR CHAT ROOM IS OPEN FOR THIS SHOW.
A tremendously critical concern for all Boomers should be the future of our nation, and a serious element in that is the great need for COMPREHENSIVE TAX REFORM. If this is not accomplished soon, it may well become impossible!
Bob Savage’s recently released my new book - Rendering Unto Caesar; The Fairest Tax. It proposes a NEW AND COMPREHENSIVE tax system for the US - one not discussed up to now.
The book describes a system that (1) is simple for taxpayers to understand, (2) is "progressive" for citizens and businesses at all economic levels, (3) eliminates governments' need for massive personal data files on us and our businesses, (4) promotes domestic jobs and business growth, and (5) "levels the playing fields" between small and large organizations. It also requires governments to operate in more financially-responsible ways - and it leaves consumer prices essentially unchanged.
The book is a call to get our present tax code(s) replaced. Included as appendices are a proposed Constitutional Amendment to replace the 16th amendment (income taxes) and guidelines for how we could get one approved.
Bob’s "expertise" comes from 30+ years as a national and regional Marketing/Pricing and Costs Analyses manager/director for AT&T and BellSouth (including testimony and extensive cross-examination in over 30 major rate cases in FL, GA, NC and SC). I was also a co-owner (with my wife) and active manager for 20 years of a successful small toy store in the Atlanta area (11 years) and out in small town stores in GA and SC (until 2011). I have recently taught the book at both Clemson University and the University of Georgia.
Our highly-respected guest this Wednesday, March 11, is John Gaver, author of “ The Rich Don’t Pay Tax … Or Do They?” and hundreds of well-researched and documented articles on the real effects of taxation on real Americans. In this week’s episode, John takes apart the tax reform proposition of Senators Marco Rubio and Mike Lee. At the core of the discussion is the following quote from Gaver’s blog post on the subject: “Based on its hugely preferential treatment of big businesses, over small businesses, the Rubio/Lee tax plan must have been written by lobbyists for some of the nation’s largest businesses.” Read the entire article here: http://therichdontpaytax.com/blog/, and bring your questions and comments to the show.
Fair Tax Time is brought to you commercial free each Wednesday evening, 6PM PT, 9PM ET, courtesy of our host, John Wesley Nobles. You may listen on your computer or on your phone. Dial (619) 393-6478 or, if you’re charged for long distance, use our toll-free line: (888) 436-1206. Just follow instructions when the nice British lady answers.
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Cozette M. White, Founder and CEO of White Tax Services, LLC in Oxnard, CA will be my guest. She will be sharing her expertise in the areas of wealth blueprints, business plans, retirement, investment, tax management, and estate planning strategies.
For over 22 years, Cozette has provided auditing, taxation, accounting and financial accounting services for mature, sophisticated clients as well as start-up businesses and business acquisitions in various industries including manufacturing, wholesale, business services, investment management, leisure and retail.
With only 2+ weeks to go before April 15th, I welcome you to listen in for some valuable tax tips, for this year and possibly years to come.
Today, The Real Delia, along with cohost, Mr. DLW will be discussing Palm Sunday, Easter (Resurrection Sunday) and finally "Don't get overtaxed during Tax Season." We also have a sports segment with the sports analysts from Lets Talk Sports (letstalksportsnation.com). Don't miss this thoughtful, entertaining and fun show. The call in number to listen by phone and participate on-air is 347-205-9366. The link to listen by computer is http://www.blogtalkradio.com/jay-king/2015/03/30/the-real-delia-featuring-delia-smith
One of our success stories, here on the JKN, even though each show host is their own content supervisor within a guideline and responsible for their own shows, this “lady cab driver” not only works hard for her money, but works hard for her show. Started her show on Sunday, following the original THE WAY I SEE IT with Jay King the original show for this foundation, now on every Monday at 4pm pacific. She chooses her topics wisely and gets involved with her true spirit. She is also known as the corrector. THEE CORRECTOR. 347-205-9366 Welcome to the show!
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Eric Johnson of Rainier Title discusses how to dispute your property tax assessment if you think it's too high.
Join real estate influencer and leader Vija Williams for Real estate radio via Vija. This is a weekly show where we talk about what's buzzing in the Puget Sound real estate market and across the nation. Vija Williams is a well known real estate agent in the Seattle area and her husband co-host is also a Realtor in Seattle. Vija and Ben discuss consumer and industry related topics in a fast-paced, witty and entertaining way every Monday 9-9:30am PST live on air from the KKNW 1150AM studios in Seattle. Their show is simulcast on BlogTalkRadio/ViaVija.
Did you know?
- The IRS claims $1 billion have been left unclaimed by taxpayers who didn’t file a 2011 tax return?
- If you don’t have health insurance you could owe a tax penalty up to 1 percent of household income?
- The IRS recently sent out corrected Form 1095-A’s. Does this affect you?
This tax season may be a challenging time for many families. The single largest change in the tax code in decades, threats of fraud and a fast-approaching April 15 deadline. And uninsured folks filing their taxes this year could experience the biggest wakeup call as the Affordable Care Act starts to affect their returns.
Help is on the way. H&R Block tax expert Kathy Pickering has advice for last-minute filers.
· The penalty for not having health care insurance and how to qualify for an exemption
· Tax mistakes that can cost you big money
· What to do if you can’t meet the April 15 deadline
Kathy Pickering is the executive director of The Tax Institute at H&R Block, the go-to source for objective insights on federal and state tax laws affecting the individual. With more than a decade of experience in tax operations and 25 years in information technology, Pickering is responsible for the strategic direction and management for a team of the nation’s top experts on tax issues.
This show is sponsored by Tandem Labs and their Gravity geo-local marketing software program designed for decentralized companies like H&R Block.
What is the smart thing to do with your tax refund in 2015?
Is it to take a Vegas trip or Carribean Cruise? That would be nice. Tim walks you through the best areas to put your refund so you can build financial security for you and your family starting today.
Listen in to become smart with your money.
As always, the phone lines will be open, with any questions you have for Tim. Call in number is +1 347 945 5079
What are you doing with your Tax Refund? Since you have a little extra cash (Yo money). Have you put that cash toward building your wealth? Your kids future? That so called "Rainy Day" disaster scenario?
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Michael Bader is a professional advisor at BarthCalderon LLP. As a Certified Public Accountant, Michael has dedicated many years of service to families as a trusted partner in finding customized solutions to life's challenges. He provides a multi-disciplinary approach to estate & trust settlements, asset protection, business formations, successions and dissolutions, estate planning and tax strategies.
Michael oversees the firms planned giving advisory department in addition to providing estate planning and estate and trust administration.
American Jurisprudence award recipient in estates and trusts
American Jurisprudence award recipient in federal income tax
American Jurisprudence award recipient in corporate taxation
Juris Doctor, Whittier College School of Law, Los Angeles, CA
Masters in Business Administration, California State University Fullerton
Bachelor of Arts in business administration with emphasis in accounting, California State University Fullerton
Member American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Member of the Association of CPA Financial Planners
Past chair for the committee on financial literacy, California Society of CPAs
Past secretary and member for the state committee on personal financial planning, California Society of CPAs
Past state committee member on estate planning, California Society of CPAs
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TAX TIME THIS YEAR MAY MEAN UNEXPECTED TAX BREAKS FOR FAMILIES WHO HAVE HIRED HOUSEHOLD HELP THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.
IT MAY ALSO CREATE CONFUSION SURROUNDING THE TAXES YOU MAY NEED TO PAY FOR BABYSITTERS, HOUSEKEEPERS, DOG WALKERS AND OTHERS.
Life Lessons presents TAX EXPERT KERRI SWOPE to answer key questions.
1. WHAT IS A GOOD TEST FOR FAMILIES TO DETERMINE IF THEY HAVE TO PAY TAXES ON HOUSEHOLD HELP?
2. WHAT ARE THE TAX RESPONSIBILITIES FOR EMPLOYEES AND EMPLOYERS?
3. WHAT ARE SOME COMMON HOUSEHOLD TAX MISTAKES PEOPLE MAKE?
4. WHAT ARE SOME COMMON PAYROLL MISTAKES EMPLOYERS MAKE?
5. HOW CAN FAMILIES MAINTAIN A GOOD RELATIONSHIP WITH THEIR CARETAKER?
Care.com® HomePay™ Senior Director & Family Tax Expert
Kerri Swope brings more than a decade of experience as a family tax expert and Senior Director of Care.com HomePay, the nation’s leading household employment specialist. With a mission to help families handle all the tax and legal obligations that come with employing a caregiver in the home, Care.com HomePay is the go-to resource for thousands of placement agencies, accountants, financial advisors and attorneys.
Responsible for overseeing Care.com HomePay’s overall operations, Kerri uses her extensive background in the financial services industry to guide the company and serve clients in the most efficient and effective manner.
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