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- Graduated in 1983 from “Lehman College” which is part of the City University of NY with a bachelor degree in Accounting.
- After graduating college I worked in Wall Street for three years while building an accounting practice.
- In 1986 I decided to leave corporate America and work full time for myself.
- Opened an office in Sunset Park and eventually moved the office to Park slope in Brooklyn 1990.
- The accounting practice grew fast and large: By 1998 I was servicing over 2,500 individual clients and 200 businesses. I had a staff of 10.
- I got married to Nora in 1993, had first daughter, Sage in 1995 and twins, Madison and Sydney in 1998.
- In 2001, left my church in Brooklyn and became a member of Gospel Tabernacle A/G in North Bergen, NJ.
- Became associate Pastor at Gospel Tabernacle in 2003 and still am. Also, I am a Sunday School teacher.
- Currently have a small accounting practice in Belleville, NJ. We provide all tax, accounting, bookkeeping, payroll, corporate, Non-profit and consulting services.
280 Washington Ave Belleville, NJ 07109, 973-751-5101
Loyda Moreno Young Latina Tax Advior,
successful young Latina entrepreneur with 8 years of experience in the Tax preparation industry (started in 2004). She holds the title of President of Moreno Tax Services Inc. and is also an Owner of an ATAX Franchise Location in NJ.
The Office is located at 111 Broadway, Elmwood Park. She offers customers year round individual tax preparation, accounting and business services. And September-December She teaches, Basic & Intermediate Income Tax Courses.
Loyda’s greatest professional achievement is the rapport she’s established and maintained with her clients. They depend on her and she thrives on exceeding their expectations (I love what I do!).
Loyda can be reached in her office 201-794-0111, on her cell phone 646-258-3150 or by email
firstname.lastname@example.org. Check her out on Facebook as well www.facebook.com/morenotax.
Mr. Phil Ganci, sole proprietor of Philip V. Ganci - Insurance, has over 30 years of insurance experience. He has watched the insurance business grow and change and is thus well apt to deal with any and all situations. His loyal clients return to Mr. Ganci for his unbeatable customer service and attention to detail. In addition, Mr. Ganci also works as a risk consultant, on a fee basis.
Ed DeRosa of TwinSpires.com & Danny Zucker of Predicteform.com discuss this year's Kentucky Derby from a numbers perspective, touching on everything from who can win, who can't win, and who they expect to be on the pace.
For FREE Brisnet.com Past Performances of the Kentucky Derby, CLICK HERE.
For further discussion of these topics from the Predicteform perspective, CLICK HERE.
Washington, DC author, Candy Jackson is a cosmetology teacher who loves to create poetry and short stories. Her reading rose to a brand new height with the discovery of many black writers whose work exploded in the '80's. An avid reader, she began to tap into her own creative side and decided to write stories of her own. Candy is the mother of three young adult children and one grandson. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Mary Perez is the author of Running in Heels. Running in Heels is more than a memoir. It is a promise of hope and survival to anyone who woke up hungry and went to bed hungrier every day, for anyone who was abandoned as a child or an adult, for every wife who has loved a husband who left bruises on her heart and on her body.
Kentucky Derby Show with Guests Ron Paolucci & Shane Sellers
Ron Paolucci is one of the Owners of War Story, who's entered in Saturday's Kentucky Derby.
Shane Sellers former jockey who rode in 14 consecutive Kentucky derby's
TwinSpires.com's Ed DeRosa & PredictionMachine.com's Danny Zucker discuss this year's Kentucky Derby field in general terms before next week's Derby preview podcast omnibus.
For Kentucky Derby handicapping information, visit Brisnet.com/derby
For Predicteform numbers, visit Predicteform.com
It's a big weekend in sports! Today, the NFL draft gets underway and we have former NFL fullback LeRon McClain who knows exactly what it's like to sit at the draft waiting for your name to be called. He was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the fourth round of the 2007 NFL Draft.
And put your best hats on, it's Kentucky Derby time! And Kevin Cox, the Brooklyn Cowboy, gives us his impressions of the positions that were announced yesterday for both the Derby and the Oaks.
Of course there's baseball to talk about, NHL playoffs, and so much more!
Tune in today and every Thursday at 1 p.m.
Tonight the fellas reflect on 12 months on the air! There's so much going on in sports this weekend it's ridiculous. We'll delve into a bunch of it.
There's plenty of NBA Playoffs to discuss as well as former Kentucky Wildcats in the NBA. There's also a couple of new additions to Coach Cal's squad for this upcoming season. We'll hit on the NFL Draft and the fastest two minutes in sports, the Kentucky Derby!
Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquiao are supposed to get together this weekend too! Tune in!
Larry Taylor hosts a roundtable discussion with Augusto Perez and Daniel Holdings touching on current events and what they mean in these end times.
The Bad and the ugly :
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The state fire marshal’s office have charged a 22-year-old man for cutting a firefighter hose during the Baltimore riots Monday.
According to the fire marshal, Greg Bailey was identified as the man who “intentionally damaging a charged water supply fire hose” when firefighters were battling the blaze at the CVS at North and Pennsylvania avenues.
Really? You cut a f'ing fire hose after looters set a store on fire, you do it live on TV and do it again.
Don't mess with mom!
The teenage boy publicly shamed when his mom smacked him around at the Baltimore riots this week said he knows she "really cares about me."
A video shows Michael Singleton being dragged from the protests and whacked by his mother, Toya Graham, after she saw him on television and recognized a key piece of clothing.
"What caught my eye was his sweatpants," she told ABC News. "Even though he had on all black, I knew those sweatpants he had on, they had a stripe on the side of it and then his eye contact met mine. And I knew that was my son."
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