Summary of the 3.8% Net Investment Income Tax ("NIIT") and how it may impact your retirement planningLinks in this episode:IRS Form 8960 - hereFacebook group - Taxes in RetirementYouTube channel - Retirement Planning DemystifiedNewsletter - Retirement Planning InsightsMy recent webinar - How to Review a Tax Return (as a Retirement Planner)My YouTube video - What is Net Investment Income Tax
Self-employed tax returns can be daunting, but they don't have to be! This weeks I Hate Numbers podcast takes you through how to fill in your self-employed tax return for the year 21-22. I'll explain everything you need to know, so you can be confident in completing your return. Plus, I've got some handy tips to help make the process as smooth as possible. Let's get started! Self-employed individuals have to file a self-employed tax return each year. This document is used to report your income and expenses so that the government can correctly assess how much tax you owe. Filling in your self-employed tax return can be confusing, but it's important to get it right. Using an accountantChoosing If you're a business owner, one of the most important decisions you'll make is https://www.ihatenumbers.co.uk/choosing-your-accountant/ (choosing an accountant). But with so many options available, how do you know which one is right for you? In this blog post, we'll outline some tips for choosing an accountant and share some of the benefits of working with one. So read on to learn more! Online CalculatorsAs a business owner, you're constantly dealing with numbers. Whether you're crunching the numbers on https://www.ihatenumbers.co.uk/resources/pricing-your-services-calculator/ (what to charge) or trying to figure out https://www.ihatenumbers.co.uk/resources/sole-trader-versus-limited-company-tax-calculator/ (how much tax to pay,) using a business calculator makes the process easier. Check out our https://www.ihatenumbers.co.uk/free-online-business-calculators/ (resource page) and take away some of the number heavy lifting. ConclusionIn this podcast episode, I have focused on the self-employed tax return. What are the responsibilities that come with being self-employed? How you go about preparing your tax return if you're self-employed? And how can you make sure that you're paying the right amount of tax? Dealing with the https://www.ihatenumbers.co.uk/the-fifth-self-employed-grant/ (self employed grant) and claiming https://www.gov.uk/simpler-income-tax-simplified-expenses (simplified expenses). I answer these questions and more, so be sure to stick around until the end. If you want to find out more about preparing your self-employed tax return, or if you need help filing your taxes this year, then contact us. Head over to our website and use our free online tax calculator. It's quick, easy and best of all – it's free! Thanks for listening. There you have it. Four key things that you need to know in order to prepare your personal tax return for 21/22. Check out one of out https://www.ihatenumbers.co.uk/self-assessment-tax-returns-2021-22/ (previous blog) on this topic, more words, and details. Are you ready to have an easier and more rewarding relationship with your numbers? My book, https://www.amazon.co.uk/HATE-NUMBERS-Learn-love-watch/dp/1913713873/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1QOLXWPL3NGJB&keywords=i+hate+numbers&qid=1654869973&sprefix=i+hate+numbers%2Caps%2C59&sr=8-1 (I Hate Numbers) helps you get there. This book will show you how to have a rewarding, productive relationship with numbers and your business. Furthermore, https://www.amazon.co.uk/HATE-NUMBERS-Learn-love-watch/dp/1913713873/ref=sr_1_1?crid=OR5NZAIN0LY1&keywords=i+hate+numbers&qid=1663363203&sprefix=%2Caps%2C98&sr=8-1 (my book) will help with that battle between the ears, that all business owners experience. Grab your https://dashboard.mailerlite.com/forms/67556/64264647506659177/share (FREE cashflow guide) Make your own Future Cash Story Plan with https://numbersknowhow.co.uk/ (Numbers Know How). Get inhttps://www.ihatenumbers.co.uk/contact-us/ ( touch) with us to help make your life easier and stress-free. https://www.ihatenumbers.co.uk/contact-us/ (Contact us) if you need help figuring out...
It offers various patented tax software such as Genius, Gen Payroll, Gen GST, Gen CompLaw, and Gen XBRL, which are extremely helpful for CAs and CS. As a member of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), ASSOCHAM India, ISO 27001:2013, NASSCOM, and confederation of all India traders (CAIT), the company has also received approval from these organizations. The firm is also affiliated with the data security council of India (DSCI) and the Federation of Indian chambers of commerce and industry (FICCI), which promote data security and privacy. Read also: https://www.trustpilot.com/review/saginfotech.com
Getting into real estate is challenging, but it can be rewarding experience. As long as you have the right strategies and mindset, you can set yourself up for success. In this episode, Travis Gibson talks about valuable lessons he learned throughout his career in real estate. He was doing well for himself as a software engineer and investor, but the crash of 2018 left him fighting to recover his lost assets. He details his transition to multifamily and trading and offers important insights on how to be wise with money. Travis is the Principal and founding member of the private equity investment firm, Freeman Equity which has over $65M AUM. He has over 20 years in both the public and private equity markets. He has extensive experience investing in self-storage facilities, residential mortgage notes, mobile home parks, single-family residential acquisitions, office buildings, and Multifamily real estate syndications. Coming from a background in software engineering he has a wealth of experience in defining project requirements and managing development teams for Fortune 500 companies such as EDS, ECMC, and Apple. Finance. Do you want to build wealth for yourself and your family? You need THE LAUNCHPAD. Click here to learn more! [00:01 - 10:42] Who is Travis Gibson? Travis on coming from a family of real estate owners and professionals He bought his first property to get tax deductions What was it like when he lost half of his portfolio in the 2008 market crash [10:43 - 22:33] Surviving and Thriving with Multifamily By finding a lender that would give him credit and buying single-family homes cheaply, he was able to slowly rebuild his portfolio Not wanting to deal with residents' problems anymore, he discovered multifamily through a friend and how it offers better returns and tax advantages Travis shares a bad experience with a tenant and why you should always trust but verify He chose to be an active investor so he could learn the in and outs of the business [22:33 - 29:31] Take Profits or Don't Managing greed is essential, especially in trading Use profits from trading to invest in multifamily Set up rules and trade by those rules to mitigate risk Travis explains why he doesn't want to create a course on trading How he's able to balance his W2, real estate, trading, and personal life [29:32 - 39:45] Building Sustainable Wealth as a Minority The community itself has capital, but the investment strategy is problematic You don't need a lottery ticket, start with wherever you are Do due diligence and find the best cash-flowing assets Figure out your financial goals Look at your expenses and cut out unnecessary spending There is value in delayed gratification [39:46 - 40:31] Closing Segment Watch out for part 2 of our conversation with Travis! Key Quotes “It's important that you're super diligent in choosing the best possible assets that you can from a risk standpoint, but also from a growth standpoint.” - Travis Gibson “I've really tried to work on not only my children but also my family and pretty much anybody that wants to talk about it. Financial literacy is a huge component in this, just learning how to manage your finances and from there, how to invest. It's pivotal, right?” Travis Gibson “The ability to defer gratification is a big part of any sound investment strategy. Do you want a new car? Yes. Do you need a new car is the question.” Travis Gibson Resource Mentioned: The Miracle Morning Connect with Travis Gibson through his LinkedIn! Check out Freeman Equity Group on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and their website. Let's get connected! You can find Nicole on LinkedIn, Instagram, or Facebook. Visit her website https://noirvestholdings.com LEAVE A REVIEW & SHARE THE WEALTH by SHARING this EPISODE with someone who wants to learn the secret strategies of the wealthy and build an abundant life. You can listen to previous episodes of Share the Wealth Show here.
Associate Attorney Wendy Diaz talks about a couple other legal issues involving the former President, outside of the documents seized from Mar-A-Lago. She talks about the State of New York's case involving Trump Org and the battle over his tax returns.
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We can save ourselves from the tax trap by investing in various tax saving schemes. Normally people have the tendency to do their tax planning when they near the end of the year, but we should start our tax planning before the financial year nears its end. To read more visit : https://www.elearnmarkets.com/blog/7-best-tax-saving-schemes-for-filing-income-tax-return/
Once you are ready with your income calculations and tax liability or refund, as the case may be, you need to get hold of the relevant Income Tax return form. With the advent of online tax filing or e-filling, life has become a bit easier. However, there still persist some confusion in terms of which is correct and relevant tax return forms. Income Tax department has come a long way from the days of SARAL forms. Let us look at required forms for taxpayers. To read more visit : https://www.elearnmarkets.com/blog/choosing-correct-form-for-tax-return-filing/
Come July and it's time to file your annual income tax return. So all you need is to collate all your income sources, gather all the investments and expenses which are deductible from your income and ascertain your tax liabilities for the year. But then how many of us are doing this exercise consistently every year? Well, if you are not used to filing your annual tax returns regularly, it's time to pull up your socks and make sure you meet the deadline of filing your tax return, which is 31st July 2018 for all individuals including salaried taxpayers. To read more visit : https://www.elearnmarkets.com/blog/file-income-tax-return/
Yesterday, the IRS issued Notice 2022-36, announcing a MASSIVE penalty forgiveness program for certain taxpayers who failed to file their tax returns. In this episode, Logan Allec, CPA, tells you everything you need to know! CALL 866-8000-TAX TODAY TO BOOK YOUR FREE TAX RELIEF CONSULTATION!➡️ My Tax Relief Company: https://choicetaxrelief.com/➡️ Schedule Your FREE Consultation Now: 866-8000-TAX➡️ My Tax Relief Video Playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLH...
Many advisors ask for advice on how to navigate tax returns and more effectively help clients with their tax planning services. This episode is particularly exciting because we'll not only be talking about tax planning, but also talking about tools that make it easier. Joining the show today is Roger Pine, one of the co-founders of Holistiplan, and he'll be shedding light on how he helps advisors wade through tax returns.
Thursday August 18, 2022 - Congress has awarded the IRS $80 Billion! It's like winning the lottery! The recent problems with the IRS are well known: Huge backlog of tax return processing, delays in issuing refunds, answering only 1 in 9 phone calls, accusations of political bias, cybersecurity incurrsions, privacy breeches, and on and on. Will this monumental infussion of cash solve all of those problems. That is the question Americans should be asking. We already fund the IRS to a tune of nearly $14 Billion a year. That aint hey. It's not like they aren't funded. Have you EVER heard a United States Government Agency say they are adequatley funded? There are those already saying this IRS increase is not enough...the IRS needs more! Attorney Steven A. Leahy looks at the IRS as it stands and asks the question - Will $80 Billion Fix the IRS? on Today's Tax Talk. https://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2022-08-17/the-irs-has-problems-that-80-billion-won-t-solve https://www.foxnews.com/media/wapo-fact-checker-glenn-kessler-claims-gop-preying-voters-fear-irs-twitter-lights-him-up --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/steven-leahy1/message
Segment 1: Tom Gimbel, founder and CEO of LaSalle Network, joins John to talk about the 24th anniversary of his business and what he’s learned over the last 24 years. Segment 2: Steven Esposito, Executive Director, Wealth Advisor, Senior Portfolio Management Director, Morgan Stanley, joins John to talk about the rally in cyclical companies, inflation starting to come down, and […]
In this episode, Jeff recalls when he met with Jeffrey Epstein — just after the Chapo trial — to possibly take over his defense. Much as he did with Harvey Weinstein, he hit it off with Epstein. Jeff also shares more thoughts on the Mar-a-Lago raid as well as the brutal stabbing of novelist Salman Rushdie due to the bounty Iran put on his head — not to be confused with last week's attempts by Iran to kill John Bolton, Mike Pompeo, and an Iranian dissident living in Brooklyn. Why are we not bombing Iran yet?
Facts & Spin for August 11, 2022 top stories: A court rules that the House can obtain Trump's tax returns, Taiwan begins Live-Fire Drills as China extends its war games and Withdraws its promise not to send troops, three Palestinians are killed during an Israeli West Bank raid, Zelenskyy says the war must end with Crimea liberated, while at least 13 are killed in Dnipropetrovsk, Trump takes the Fifth in a N.Y. probe, the Jan. 6 Committee meets with Pompeo and Mastriano, Biden Signs a bill to boost microchip production, the Department of Justice is reportedly planning an Anti-Trust Lawsuit against Google, and a Grand Jury declines to indict a woman over Emmett Till's murder.
Jerry Allison is a CPA who has been practicing accounting for over 30 years. He also holds a doctorate in business administration and a master's degree in mathematics. In addition to accounting in all types of businesses, he has taught at several universities and colleges, helping students set up and operate businesses efficiently. Dr Allison has also performed research in business strategy, publishing several journal and conference papers, and he specializes in tax preparation and consulting for those trading public securities. In this episode of How To Trade It, Jerry talks about the importance of understanding how to properly file taxes as a trader. You don't want to miss it!Subscribe to How To Trade ItYou'll want to hear this episode, if you are interested in…[00:24] Taxation for traders[00:50] Trading Forex…[06:40] Reasons for a Schedule C[07:14] Two types of LLCs[08:55] Tax impact of losing money while trading[09:46] Trading Stocks & Options…[19:58] Cap Gains & Losses[23:17] Trading Futures…[26:32] Trading Cryptocurrencies…[29:02] Creating a trading business[32:45] Services provided by Traders AccountForex taxationIncome from trading Forex is reported as regular, ordinary income. It's super simple to report. It looks like income from a W-2 or 1099. If you want to be able to deduct expenses, you can claim “Trader Status”, if you meet the following special circumstances from the IRS: Take 700+ trades in a year; trade on 75% or more of the available trading days in a year; and spend 4-6 hours per day in research and/or education. The IRS is trying to make certain that you are treating “trading” as an actual business. The downside? Claiming expenses on a Schedule C, as an individual, increases your audit risk. Limited Liability CompaniesThe first type is a single member LLC, where there is only one owner. Income is reported on the Schedule C of the individual's tax return. This is useless to set up, if you are a trader. The second type, and the one recommended for traders, is a partnership, or a multi-member LLC. In this case, the entire trading piece is moved from the individual tax return, and income is reported on a partnership tax return. The IRS views this as a legitimate business, or a pass-thru entity, where income is reported on a Schedule E. Capital Gains TaxesThere are two kinds of cap gains to consider. First, you can Short-Term, which refers to anything that you hold for a year or less. These gains are taxed the same as ordinary income rates…22%, 35%, 37%, etc. tax brackets. The second type is Long-Term Cap Gains. They are the income generated by anything that is held for more than a year, but the maximum tax is capped at 20%. Traders Accounting ServicesConsultingHelp setting up entitiesTax return preparationBookkeeping servicesConnect with Dr. Jerry AllisonWebsite:: http://www.tradersaccounting.com LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-jerry-allison:Support the show
Unexpected response from Trump supporters over news his Florida home was raided by the FBI, and ABC Senior Investigative Reporter Aaron Katersky tells the Morning Show with Nikki Medoro Trump will have to turn over his tax returns as well. Why are so many of Trump's supporters happy about these newfound criminal accusations?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Tuesday August 9, 2022 - The IRS is still evolving their handling of Cryptocurrency. They included, for the first time, a "virtual currency" question on the 2019 1040 Tax Return. That year, the queston was placed on Schedule 1 "Additional Income and Adjustments to Income." and asked "At any time in 2019 did you receive, sell, send, exchange or otherwise aquire any financial interest in any virtual currency?" The question did not change for 2020 - but where the question was asked was. The queston was moved from Scheudle 1, a scheudle not included on every 1040 tax return, to the front page. Acutally, the first question - right under the taxpayers' name and address. In 2021, the question changed slightly. Instead of asking if a taxpayer - "otherwise aquired" an interest in virtual curreny - the question focused on the disposal of virtual currency, as that is the trigger to a taxable even. In 2022 - the question is proposed "At any time during 2022, did you: (a) receive (as a reward, award, or compensation); or (b) sell, exchange, gift, or otherwise dispose of a digital asset (or a financial interest in a digital asset)?" This new queston is captures much more than the previous questions. Note the shift from "virtual curreny" to "digital assets." Attorney Steven A. Leahy comments on the proposed changes to the crypto queston on 1040 tax forms on Today's Tax Talk. https://money.com/irs-crypto-question-tax-return/ https://news.bitcoin.com/irs-expands-crypto-question-on-tax-form/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/steven-leahy1/message
Unexpected response from Trump supporters over news his Florida home was raided by the FBI, and ABC Senior Investigative Reporter Aaron Katersky tells the Morning Show with Nikki Medoro Trump will have to turn over his tax returns as well. Why are so many of Trump's supporters happy about these newfound criminal accusations?See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jennifer Jones Lee returns from her vacation and she's got some big news to share with the Wake Up Call family! ABC's Jay O'Brien joins the show to talk about President Biden having signed the Chips Act. After the FBI raided Trump's Mar-a-Lago residence, the federal court has given the House Committee approval to obtain his tax returns from the IRS. ABC's Jim Ryan shares why you shouldn't stay up past midnight. And Ines De La Cuetara comes on to talk about China and Taiwan.
Have you ever blown your tax reund on something AWESOME but stupid? You're not alone. Hang out with Carson and Kris as they discuss the best ways to use your tax refund and how to multiply it again and again instead of throwing it away year after year.
Welcome to the LearnLikeaCPA podcast hosted by Ryan Bakke. In this episode we talked about what a wealthy person's tax return looks like. There's certain strategies and investment vehicles that the wealthy take advantage of, and I'm breaking those all down for you here. Connect with me online! www.learnlikeacpa.com/links
When Red Skelton was drafted in March 1944, Ozzie Nelson was prompted to create his own family situation comedy. The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet launched October 8, 1944, on CBS, it moved to NBC in October 1948, then made a late season switch back to CBS in April 1949. The final years of the radio series were on ABC (the former NBC Blue Network) from October 14, 1949, to June 18, 1954. In total 402 radio episodes were produced. In an arrangement that exemplified the growing pains of American broadcasting, as radio "grew up" into television, the Nelsons' deal with ABC gave the network the option to move their program to television. The struggling network needed proven talent that was not about to defect to the more established and wealthier networks like CBS or NBC.
Episode 98, comes to you in the midst of the UK Parliamentary leadership battle and Rich talks about Tax returns and postage costs…….. it gets better…. Dave gets to talk about 40k, so it's the lesser of two evils I suppose. Join us over on Facebook to share your hobby love: Facebook.com/floorhammerpodcast Check out our … Episode 98: Contrast and Tax Returns Read More »
از آغاز سال مالی جدید بیش از یکماه میگذرد و ما در 'فصل مالیات' قرار داریم. فصل مالیات به چهار ماه اول سال جدید مالی اطلاق میشود و مالیهدهندگان باید طی این چهار ماه مالیات شان را تسویه کنند یا به اصطلاح 'برگشت مالیاتی' (Tax Return) را انجام دهند.
What do you do when you get a letter or a phone call from the IRS? Don't panic. In this episode, Steven and Ben clarify some important things about IRS communications and responsibilities. You will walk away from this podcast knowing how to avoid scams, what to find clarity on when you get a letter, who to call for help, and more. You can find all show notes for this episode at: https://bit.ly/3okRDR9
There's a lot of talk about student loan debt and the rising cost of college education. One tax effective solution for clients who want to help their children or grandchildren with this rising cost is a 529 plan. In this episode, our guest David Oh will review the basic rules of 529 plans and discuss what clients should consider when setting up such plans. He will also examine the tax and financial differences between 529 plans and other gifting options. David Oh (Trust Counsel and Managing Director for Fiduciary Trust International of California) is a senior trusts and estates advisor with broad experience in estate planning and trust administration. He advises clients on matters including tax planning, tax compliance, wealth transfer techniques, and charitable strategies. He earned a Master of Laws (LLM) in taxation at Boston University School of Law, Juris Doctor from University of the Pacific, and Bachelor of Arts in legal studies from University of California at Berkeley. He is a Certified Specialist in both Taxation Law as well as in Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law by the State Bar of California. David sits on the boards of Continuing Education of the Bar and the Estate and Gift Tax committee of the California Lawyer's Association. David can be reached at: email@example.com David also presented a webinar entitled 529 Plan Basics for Estate Planning, which can be found here: Education – California Lawyers Association (calawyers.org) Host Anna Soliman is Trust Counsel and Managing Director for Fiduciary Trust International of California out of the Los Angeles Office. Prior to joining Fiduciary Trust International, Anna was an estate tax attorney for the Internal Revenue Service and also worked in private practice, specializing in estate planning and trust administration for ultrahigh net worth individuals. She is also a TEXCOM member and is involved with the Fiduciary Income Tax Section of the American Bar Association. Trust Me is Produced by Foley Marra Studios.Thank you for listening to Trust Me!
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As part of Moneycontrol's income tax return-filing series, Preeti Kulkarni speaks to Mayur Shah of EY to understand why it is important to check and verify Form 26AS before you go ahead with your return-filing exercise.
این روزها احتمالا نام «رمزارز» یا Cryptocurrency به گوش شما خورده است.رمزارز چیست؟ آیا دولت استرالیا آن را به رسمیت می شناسد؟ افرادی که با رمزارزها معامله می کنند باید چه نکاتی را مد نظر قرار دهند؟ و هنگامی که زمان انجام تسویه حساب مالیاتی یا Tax Return می شود، تکلیف سود و زیانی که از معامله با این رمز ارزها حاصل می شود، چیست؟
In this week's podcast, Gregory is joined by Jude Heath of J. Heath & Co. where they answer Richard's question from the Winning at Life Hotline, " Can I buy extra I-bonds with leftover money from my tax returns?"A complimentary download to pair with this episode can be found on the podcast page. www.gregoryricks.com/podcast89For more information about Jude Heath Visit: https://www.jheathcpa.com/For more information regarding I-bonds please visit: https://www.treasurydirect.gov/For the latest in financial news, why don't you tune into "Winning at Life with Gregory Ricks" LIVE on Saturday Mornings on:WRNO-News Talk 99.5 FM New Orleans -- 10 am - 1 pm WBUV-News Talk 104.9 FM Biloxi -- 10 am - 1 pmWBRP-107.3 FM Baton Rouge -- 11 am - 1 pmSupertalk Mississippi -- 12 pm - 1 pmIf you have any questions or are looking for some financial advice?Schedule a Complimentary 15-minute Phone Visit: https://gregoryricks.com/schedule-a-visit-podcast
In this episode I break down all of the reasons behind why I negotiated certain terms with the seller and you'll get the chance to just hear a live seller call from start to finish. In the end, you'll hear my friend and I get excited because he was on Zoom with my students and I while I called the seller live for them to hear. One of the perks of being a Wholesale 2 Freedom member is me calling your seller leads to help you grow your own business, but calling live on our Zoom training calls to hear an unedited, real conversation in real time. I had to share this call with you all though, because there are a ton of takeaways to help you build the confidence to do bigger and better deals on your own journey. Cheers to adding 6 units to the portfolio using creative finance strategies!Sell your wholesale deals to our biggest buyers:https://www.my1stwholesale.comMy personal website:https://mylesberriogo.comCoaching: (Wholesale 2 Freedom)https://mylesberriogo.com/wholesale2freedomInstagram: (@myles.berrio)https://www.instagram.com/myles.berrio/?hl=enFacebook: (Myles Berrio)https://www.facebook.com/myles.berrioIf you have questions, reach out to our team at firstname.lastname@example.org
Give your tax return a job - it's your money! In today's episode Kate & Owen share a few ideas to get you thinking about how to use your tax return with intention - it's your money after all. We discuss reflecting on your financial goals and working out the best next step with these funds. Plus, we discuss paying off debts, getting started investing and going on an adventure. Ready-made ETF portfolios? Rask ETFs has you covered (use code ‘AFP' for $50 off your lifetime membership). Take one of our amazing money & investing courses (think ETFs, shares, property and FIRE) on Rask Education and join our wonderful FB community. If you want to thank us for putting this show together, please give The Australian Finance Podcast a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts or Spotify - it's a 5 second task which really helps support the show (and puts a big smile on our faces). Pearler, the broker for long-term investors. Sign-up to Pearler using the code “RASK” for $10 of Pearler Credit: bit.ly/Pearler We're proudly supported by ETF Securities. Learn more about the growing range of leading ETFs, on the ETF Securities website: bit.ly/fundsETFS Boost your investment potential, with FundLater. With InvestSMART's Fundlater, you can start a $10,000 investment portfolio, with only $4,000 upfront. Find out how: rask.com.au/inv-fundlater Investing Made Simple. Thanks to InvestSMART's ready-made ETF portfolios, you can start investing now in a portfolio managed by experts. Not only that, you can invest confidently knowing your investment fees are capped. Learn more: rask.com.au/inv-pma DISCLAIMER: This podcast contains general financial information only. That means the information does not take into account your objectives, financial situation, or needs. Because of that, you should consider if the information is appropriate to you and your needs, before acting on it. If you're confused about what that means or what your needs are, you should always consult a licensed and trusted financial planner. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information in this podcast, including any financial, taxation, and/or legal information. Remember, past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. The Rask Group is NOT a qualified tax accountant, financial (tax) adviser, or financial adviser. Full individual disclosures for each guest are available via the show notes page. Owen, Kate and The Rask Group Pty Ltd do NOT receive anything for mentioning Super funds, products, shares, bank accounts, etc. Access The Rask Group's Financial Services Guide (FSG): https://www.rask.com.au/fsg Date recorded: 23rd of June 2022
Interview with an Australian tax agent Elena Telegina. - Сертифицированный бухгалтер и зарегистрированный налоговый агент Елена Телегина рассказала о том, выгодна ли страховка на госпиталь, возможна ли отсрочка в подаче декларации в этом году и можно ли списать при подаче налоговой декларации пожертвования в пользу Украины.
Interview with an Australian tax agent Elena Telegina. - Сертифицированный бухгалтер и зарегистрированный налоговый агент Елена Телегина рассказала о сроках и о том, какие нюансы появились в подаче налоговой декларации для сотрудников и владельцев малого бизнеса в этом году.
Timothy Ricardo, director at Bishop Collins Chartered Accountants joins financial advisor James Gerrard from FinancialAdvisor.com.au on this week's show. They discuss commonly overlooked tax deductions, the new tax free "digital nomad" visa for Bali and tips for women to boost their super. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Mat and Mark outline common mistakes made in solo 401(k)s (aka, QRPs) when it comes to creation, documentation, contributions, handling of funds, and filings. They cover plan documents and update requirements (required every 6 years) as well as 5500-EZ solo 401(k) tax return filings.
Tom Wheelwright, CPA is the visionary and best-selling author behind multiple companies that specialize in wealth and tax strategy. Tom is also a leading expert and published author on partnerships and corporation tax strategies, a well-known platform speaker and a wealth education innovator. Tom is a regular commentator and contributor to publications such as Forbes, The Huffington Post, ABC News, and more. He's also trusted as the personal accountant and business partner of Robert Kiyosaki who we know as the author of ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad.' Tom wants to bring a new level of consciousness to the average person and to enlighten everyone on how tax benefits are incentives and how tax law can be used as a roadmap to wealth. The tax incentives that the government incentives us to use are not just for the .01%--they are for all of us to use to have a tax strategy for building wealth and it's Tom Wheelwright's mission to break this down in easily digestible information. Tom created the WealthAbility System, authored the bestselling book Tax Free Wealth -- which is #1 on Amazon in the Tax Law category a decade after it was first published – and has another groundbreaking book called The Win-win Wealth Strategy: 7 Investments the Government will Pay You to Make that's launching this July, 2022. With this new book, Tom transforms the way you think about building wealth and challenges the paradigm that tax incentives are immoral loopholes. Backed by deep research in 15 countries, he identifies seven investing strategies that are A-OK with governments worldwide and will fatten your wallet while making the world a better place. You'll learn: How to tax-effectively invest in business, technology, energy, real estate, insurance, agriculture, and retirement accounts How to use tax incentives to help pay for your next car, house, or tuition bill Why “the rich” are not “a drain on society” and, more importantly, how to become one of them An indispensable and startlingly insightful exploration of straightforward investing strategies, The Win-Win Wealth Strategy improves your confidence in tax-effective investing, so you make better decisions with your money and supercharge your family's generational wealth while creating jobs, developing technology and improving access to food, energy and housing. Tom will also be the next guest speaker at the Greater Property Group Mastermind on July 12. You can sign up to get the video link for free by going here: https://GPGMastermindTraining.as.me/ You can pre-order/order Tom's new book here: https://winwinwealthstrategy.com/ Topics discussed on this episode: Making Taxes "Simple & Fun" How To Legally Pay NO Taxes What's In Donald Trump's Tax Returns? Working With Robert Kiyosaki What Real Estate Agents Should Be Informing Their Clients Why Realtors Are "Insiders" Cryptocurrency, Real Estate, & Taxes Difi & Blockchain The Win-Win Wealth Strategy Famous Tax Quotes Every week, the RUN GPG Podcast aims to provide inspirational stories from people who made a mark in entrepreneurship, personal development, and the real estate industry. It is produced by the GREATER PROPERTY GROUP to help the audience grow and scale their business and their life. Know more about GREATER PROPERTY GROUP and the RUN GPG Podcast by going to www.rungpg.com or by getting in touch with us here: email@example.com. Contact Tom Wheelwright: Website: https://tomwheelwright.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tom_wheelwright/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Tom.Wheelwright.CPA/ To buy books: https://tomwheelwright.com/resources/books/ Subscribe & Review The RUN GPG Podcast Thanks for tuning in to this week's episode of the RUN GPG Podcast! Please leave us a review on iTunes. This will help us continue delivering beneficial content for you and our listeners each week!
Decision Vision Episode 174: Should I Fight the IRS? – An Interview with Bruce Wood, Brady Ware Arpeggio, LLC The decision to dispute, negotiate or litigate with the IRS is a difficult one, given its reputation and power. Bruce Wood, a principal at Brady Ware Arpeggio, is a business appraiser specializing in tax issues and […] The post
Decision Vision Episode 174: Should I Fight the IRS? – An Interview with Bruce Wood, Brady Ware Arpeggio, LLC The decision to dispute, negotiate or litigate with the IRS is a difficult one, given its reputation and power. Bruce Wood, a principal at Brady Ware Arpeggio, is a business appraiser specializing in tax issues and […]
Lady Startup Academy is out now! Listen wherever you get your pods Tax time, it's something we all dread and probably try not to think about. But with June 30 around the corner, unfortunately it's time to start thinking about our taxes and how we can do more efficiently. On today's episode Anaita shares with us her best tips for any business starting out at tax time, she shares the resources and programs she relies on and how to stay on top of your books all year round. THE END BITS You can find out how to how to register you business on www.ladystartup.com Trying to determine if you're business is considered a hobby or a business? Head to www.ato.go.au You can find the ATO's Small Business Tax Time Toolkit at www.ato.gov.au For Bookkeeping we recommend myob and xero CREDIT Host: Anaita Sarkar, CEO & Co-Founder Of Hero Packaging Producer: Mikayla Floriano & Susannah Makin Audio Production: Madeline Joannou Are you a business owner ready to take the next step? Check out our online courses for all types sizes and stages of business here…https://www.ladystartup.com/pages/courses Want insider info for running your business direct from the Lady Startup Academy Team each week? Join our FREE newsletter here... https://www.ladystartup.com/pages/lady-startup-insider Looking for tips and tricks to grow your business on the daily? Follow Lady Startup on Instagram here… https://www.instagram.com/ladystartups Need a community of female business owners to bounce ideas off and ask questions? Join our FREE group right here... https://www.facebook.com/groups/LadyStartUp For more Lady Startup in your ears, listen to Shazzy Hunt interview inspirational female founders and women running their own show on Lady Startup Stories. Listen here https://www.mamamia.com.au/podcasts/lady-startup/ Need more lols, info and inspo in your ears? Find more Mamamia podcasts here... https://www.mamamia.com.au/podcasts Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
آیا می دانید امسال در هنگام انجام تسویه حساب مالیاتی خود (Tax Return) چه نکاتی را باید در نظر داشته باشید؟ اشتباهات رایجی که افراد در هنگام تسویه حساب مالیاتی خود، مرتکب آنها می شوند، کدامند؟ افرادی که در سال مالی کنونی از خانه کار کرده اند (working from home) باید چه نکاتی را در هنگام انجام تسویه حساب مالیاتی خود در نظر داشته باشند؟
So you've gotten your tax return and gone through the stress and struggle of processing the paperwork, but now you have a bunch of numbers—and you may or may not know what they mean. This episode is all about understanding what's on your tax return and how to use that information to create an effective plan for the next year and beyond. You can find all show notes for this episode at: https://bit.ly/39bYQ23