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What is the biggest challenges most Americans Face? Having too much month at the end of money. How can the common person overcome this challenge? Most try by getting a second jod or a second mortgage, or both.
In reality, the best answer is making the most out of your current income by starting and running a homebase business.
We will show you how a properly structured home-base business can potentially save you thousands of dollars on your taxes. The U. S, Congress has created laws that encourage individuals to be entrepreneurs - to start and run their own business.
When you start your own home-base business, you become eligible to take all the same kinds of deductions available to big corporations. These deductions will allow you to decrease the amount of taxes that you pay. Helping you get back an extra $3,000 to $5,000 back on you tax return. Tune in today and find out how you can get started in a home base-business in this last quarter of 2015 to increase your tax return.
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Transform your LIFE w/Coach Tamarra! ** This show has been pre-recorded! **
We’ve become accustomed to thinking and believing that business is only about profits and more profits. In this instance though, Global Tax Centers is an organization that is steeped in a proud tradition of greatness while also doing right by the people who drive the business for the people that the business serves.
Coined to be The Uber of the Tax Preparation is an organization born in the spirit of standing up for what’s right… FIRST and FOREMOST… for People!
Listen in on this spirited and passionate conversation about how Global Tax Centers was born, why NOW is the time for GTC to make its move, more about the Man behind the MISSION, and HOW the organization will TRANFORM LIVES!
Nathaniel R. Causley, Jr. is a Visionary Entrepreneur, Author, Private Investor, and Change Leadership Professional. He’s an expert not only in strategically rebuilding dysfunctional and disorganized systems; he’s the master of driving over the top revenue results in diverse, urban, and mainstream domestic and international markets. He’s the fire by which Global Tax Centers, the Uber of Tax Preparation, was founded.
For more information about Global Tax Centers, and how to become a part of this revolutionary new start-up company that's changing the way taxes are being prepared in America, go to: www.globaltaxcenters.com/. You can contact Nate directly by phone at 609-254-4367, or by email at email@example.com.
Tamarra Causley Robinson is a Career Transitions Coach for women whose mission is to empower women to have the life and career they desire w/o guilt apology or shame. More about Tamarra can be found at www.dare2doitnow.com
Come and learn about the tax benefits of being a Bemer Partner and how to share those benefits with others.
The team will have a discussion on the topic “Year-End Accounting and Tax Tips". Business Negotiators 1 Internet Radio Talk Shows mission is to create a pathway for specific information that is tailored to fit the specific needs and requirements of those who create new businesses and those who manage existing businesses. The Host are Alan G. Rousseau (R & P Executive Services); Herb C. Ross, (Ross & Associates) and Dr. Donnell Scott, (On Point Consulting Group).
We talk with small and medium size business owners. We assist companies with: Business Management and Development, Procurement Documents, Business Leadership Development, Government & Commercial Certifications, Create Business and Marketing Plans, Grants, Quality Control Plans. We assist in Procurement Opportunities, Contract Negotiations and Compliance.
We’re live every Friday at 3pm eastern. Business Negotiators 1 Internet Radio is a service provided by R & P Executive Services. “We are just as interested in hearing your view as we are in giving ours. We want to hear from you!”
"Companies don't get what they deserve, they get what they negotiate"
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If you are “making good money,” but
feeling broke, blame taxes. Income
Taxes are THE biggest expense item
for nearly all households.
And if you’ve been feeling “more broke”
in the past year, here’s why…
During fiscal year (FY) 2015 (which just
ended on Sept. 30), the IRS took more of
our hard-earned money than ever before!
HOW MUCH DID THE IRS TAKE
FROM US IN FISCAL-YR 2015?
Sit down for this one! The total collected
Translation: $3,25 TRILLION dollars. Or
3 Trillion, 248 Billion, 723 Million dollars.
That’s a whopping 8% jump over last year!
The entire population of the United States
is 320 million. That means the amount
collected from every person in the U.S. –
even counting infants – averaged $10,152.
The average American family – mom and
dad and three kids – a normal family if five --
paid nearly $51,000 in taxes last year!
($3.25-Trillion divided by 320-Million people).
So if you think that taxes are killing you
financially, be assured, THEY ARE!!!
Only one person can reduce your taxes to
the legal minimum – YOU!
The MORE You KNOW, the LESS You OWE
In the following Altus Group State & Local Tax and Advisory podcast, Jeff Glock, a Senior Director with Altus Group, interviews Rob Unkle, a Senior Manager at Altus Group, about some key real estate tax and economic trends happening in the hospitality sector today.
in Real Estate
The Real Estate RIVAlution with Host, Victoria Rivadeneira and Co-Host, Scott Forcino speak with Propety Tax Expert, John Noto
This week on #TheNetworkingDivaHour,The countdown begins!! The IRS will be accepting returns as soon as Jan 20th-so tax preparers around the country are using this time to make sure they are ready for the upcoming filing season. Are you ready? As 2015 draws to a close, a turbulent economic and legislative environment means taxpayers need to keep a close eye on several major planning issues. Hear a few tips on how you can be prepared.
My guest host is #KathyBylkas "#YourTaxlady". Kathy is a self-employed business woman that enjoys finding ways to save money on your taxes "why give the government more than you should" She is an Enrolled Agent that means she knows the tax law very well. She has been a tax accountant for 30 years. Her specialty is servicing small businesses with their bookkeeping and payroll and keeping their taxes down. Check her out @-http://www.taxladyllc.com/ Feel free to call in with your questions @646-478-3651 or log into the chat rrom.
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Tim Carney-Excuse me, Democrats: Bush's tax cuts made income taxes more progressive. Are you really saying that in the face of the facts? Carney is the Senior Political Columnist for The Washington Examiner and he explains.
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Hosts Ron Bachman and Doug Field welcome four special guests to the show to discuss topics ranging from the "Cadillac" tax to financial wellness.
Up first on this week's program are Kate Hull, executive director for Corporate Health Care Coalition, and Richard Stover, FSA, principal at Buck Consultants, for a discussion about the “Cadillac” tax. As representatives for The Alliance to Fight the 40, a broad-based coalition that seeks full repeal the “Cadillac” tax, Rich and Kate will give the audience a rundown on the basic facts of this 40 percent tax; why such a diverse group of participants has joined The Alliance to Fight the 40 to support a full repeal; and why HR/benefits professionals in particular should be concerned.
For the second segment, the hosts talk with Bob Gaydos, corporate strategy advisor for Kashable. Employers are moving towards higher deductible health plans. Furthermore, the lower the employee income, the higher the health insurance deductible. Yet half of U.S. workers have limited emergency savings, limited retirement savings and lack access to affordable credit, creating a stressful burden in the workplace. In this interview, we’ll discuss new trends and products to help promote financial wellness and ease the burden of financial stress.
For the third and final segment, Ron and Doug welcome Bud Bowlin, benefits advisor for Zenefits, to the program. Bud has been advising business owner about health insurance and benefits for more than 35 years. Having just celebrated his 70th birthday, Bud is now a benefits advisor at Zenefits and coach of the next class of associate benefits advisors at Zenefits U. In this interview, Bud and the hosts will discuss Zenefits' technology, the recent partnership with NAHU and what the audience might not know about Zenefits.