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Wendy Cassera of Taxpectations hosts this show that deals with finances and money for Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, Individuals, and Mostly YOU. Words like Finances, Money, IRS, Taxes and Financial Statements shouldn't create fear. These things should be used to strengthen and grow your business and your life. Besides ... where were you when it stopped being fun? Let's bring the fun back together.
Wendy Cassera is an accountant and tax expert with over 25 years experience. With a Masters of Science in Accounting degree she uses her extensive knowledge to help those struggling with their finances to find simple, easy to use ways to manage and understand their finances and make more money.
This Success Place is about you succeeding. So ... come to where the fun is ... hear tips about taxes, short cuts to bookkeeping, jokes, quotes, and even some really great guest speakers that can help you with your life, your business, and your Success ... whatever that means to YOU.
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@wcsteelerfan, aka James E King III presents 'Tha PUGILIST KOrner, our weekly show dedicated to the art of boxing, on both the amatuer and professional levels
Every Sunday, I'm joined by 'Iceman' John Scully, as we discuss the weekend's action and important upcoming bouts.'Iceman' John Scully (born July 28, 1967) is an formerly a world-ranked professional light heavyweight, he is now a boxing trainer and an analyst for the ESP N Classic television network.
In November 2010, "Iceman" John Scully was inducted into the fifth class of the Connecticut Boxing Hall of Fame at the Mohegan Sun Resort and Casino in Connecticut.
Scully brings his sense of old school honesty and tenacity to Tha Weedend Wrap. He's also currently head trainer, for the UFC Gym, Winter Springs, Fla.
We close Tha Weekend Wrap with our segment, 'Straight Talk' w/ Trainer Ronnie Shields. Ronnie Shields (born June 6, 1958 in Port Arthur, Texas) is a former professional boxer and has become a prominent trainer in the sport. He works out of the Plex Boxing Gym in Stafford, Texas.
Join us as we discuss our renowned sport, both in and outside the squared circle, every week.
Funky beats, a rhythm that will keep you moving and meditating. One of the better CONNECTIONS you're find on the Internet. Donald Grammer cuts, blends, mixes jazz fusion, like no one else. Music is the universal language. When you have a great song on, it can mood you, and entice. Close your eyes and hear new concepts and realisms with notes jumping off the graph. Half notes, quarter notes, hip hop, R&B, fused with jazz and a spectrum of melody you won't forget. Donald Grammer and a little bit of me, Tolliver.
Sierra and John discuss the Lego firewalk challenge, the health benefits of going barefoot, and whether athletic shoes actually do any good. Trissa King, barefoot runner, joins us as our guest. Call in to chat 347-324-3704 or listen live at freedomizerradio.com
Since this is a holiday weekend, one that brings back fond memories of family barbeques and picnics, I have been reminded of some of the sounds that shaped my love of music. Actually, my love of music is still being shaped. Whenever I hear something brand new that hits me in a particular way, it adds to my musical taste, so, I'm going to do this show only focusing on music I knew by age 12. Let's go back...back into time...Now most of it is "soul music" and "R&B" but you might be surprised at some of the cuts that made my list of early favorites.
Live music: Midnight Lover slow R&B,lovers rock 60s 70s 80s reggae just for you
Motown Love Songs: Motown Milestones emphasizes the label's romantic ballads and slow jams, and while tracks like the Miracles' "Ooo Baby Baby," the Jackson 5's "I'll Be There" and the Temptations' "Just My Imagination (Running Away with Me)" are all undisputed classics, over the course of its 18 cuts the collection grows thin, with too many of the songs subscribing to the same sonic formula (gossamer harmonies, lush strings and glacial rhythms). The track selection is also more than a little suspect -- any collection of Motown love songs on which the contributions of Michael Jacksonoutnumber those of Marvin Gaye by a two-to-one ratio really needs to go back to the drawing board.
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Founded in 2012 assisting athletes from South Eastern Pennsylvania improve their football and life skills. This unique opportunity started when a group of young men were turned away from playing a sport they had all grown up loving and playing. Those young men came together along with their parents and decided to form their own team. After presenting their situation to a local football coach they began practicing and competing. Philly’s Finest has quickly become one of the most successful 7v7 programs on the east coast.
To serve our community and youth by providing an environment that breeds competition in athletics and education. The athletes are surrounded by positive coaches and mentors that help guide the athletes through the everyday challenges they face on the field, in the classroom, and in their communities. They are provided with guidance throughout each level of education from high school through college. With the high level of college athletes that graduate from our program, we have become experienced in providing a level of guidance and assistance in the college recruiting process. We not only teach the physical aspects of the game but we raise the athletic intelligence level of each of our athletes. Our goal is to bring out the competitor in each of our athletes so they can be successful on the field and in the classroom.
An organization that is made up of football, basketball, track, soccer and cheerleading. Education in the college recruiting process is major and must be provided to parents as well as athletes. Our organization plans to provide that education. Competition will not be limited to just athletics. Our youth will compete in academic competitions in the fields of law, medicine, and business. To further prepare them, our goal is to establish strong tutoring, SAT, and ACT programs.
DeShonda Coleman, a native of Winn Parish in Louisiana, has been a coach, math specialist/trainer, educational program manager trainer, high school assistant principal, math tutor, and teacher since 1998. She earned a B.S. degree in Education from Grambling State University and a M.Ed. plus 30 additional graduate credits from Northwestern State University. DeShonda is a Louisiana Certified Adult Educator, Educational Leader, and Teacher in Mathematics and Health & Physical Education.
DeShonda served as the Assistant Executive Director of the Louisiana High School Rally Association for three years. She also served as a Program Manager of grades K–12 for Louisiana State University Continuing Education for seven years. For more than ten years, she has been mentoring student-athletes to ensure they are in compliance with high school graduation requirements, Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) eligibility, as well as NCAA eligibility. DeShonda is passionate about working with high school students and student-athletes to help them find both their best fit in post-secondary education and develop a successful career path. She is the Founder/CEO of Getting Ready for Advanced Academic Destinations, Inc. (GRAAD). GRAAD is a non-profit organization that proactively collaborates with elementary and secondary students, student-athletes, parents, schools, and organizations to provide integrated academic support, foster personal development, and enhance educational.
She currently serves as a math specialist/instructor for the East Baton Rouge Parish School System’s Adult Education Program as well as a trainer/observation specialist of the school systems’ alternative teacher certification programs. She is also the board secretary of the Friends of Louisiana Connections Academy, which originated one of the first virtual K–12 charter schools in Louisiana.
Can welfare reform end poverty in America? Peter Ferrara believes it can. Peter is a great article writer and a great contributer to Forbes! Peter has writen numerous articles about many different subjets of interest. Do not be surprised if he wakes you up to what welfare reform will mean to our country as a whole. Come listen to Peter Ferrara speak and answer questions that anyone may have about how our government spends over a trillion dollars a year on welfare! Call in and share your two cents on this issue. Call in at 1-347-677-1837.
The passage of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA) in 1996 changed the way the federal government finances cash welfare to low-income families. Instead of a matching grant, states receive a set amount of federal funds in the form of a block grant with no adjustments for inflation, caseload numbers, or state spending. Social assistance programs, however, tend to experience increased demand in recessions – more people require assistance from the government during difficult economic times. To meet increased demand, states have to increase spending, but recessions usually bring lower revenues to states, requiring some cuts to discretionary spending. Analysts were concerned that PRWORA’s change to a block grant would jeopardize social spending during times of state fiscal stress and cause states to disproportionately cut welfare spending during recession.
Coach chuck kriese and American tennis at the Nationals - Guest JP Weber also gives commentary and latest news from the world of tennis. Collegiate and Junior Tennis in USA are discussed. Ideas and opinions from callers on this 60 minutes of latest tennis news and talk about issues in American Tennis.
Thom's goal is to fulfill God's purpose for his life by using his artistic talents to affect change, galvanize emotions, stimulate learning, and entertain the world.
Raised in the theatre by his actress mother, Thom was bitten by the acting bug at the tender age of three. Convinced that his calling was to entertain, he played child roles in To Be Young, Gifted and Black and Medea at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland. While at Wilde Lake High School in Columbia, Maryland, Thom juggled talent shows, where he performed as a comedian and vocalist, with athletics, where he was a basketball and track standout. Because of his interests in both sports and entertainment, his athletic coaches nicknamed him “HOLLYWOOD.”