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Doug McHoney (PwC's US International Tax Services Co-Leader) is back in Westminster Studios with Nita Asher (PwC International Tax Services Partner), who served as legislative council at the Joint Committee on Taxation from 2017 to 2018. Doug and Nita pick up from the previous podcast with Sherry Grabow, and discuss the legislative climate; covering, among other topics: the legislative process for tax reform, how this iteration of reform differs from 2017, granting of regulatory authority, impact of proposed changes to Section 163(n), the wholesale changes proposed to BEAT; clarification to foreign personal holding company income; and new foreign tax carryforward rules.
John Thune grew up in Murdo, South Dakota. His interest in politics was sparked at a young age after making five of six free throws during a freshman high school basketball game. He was later greeted by a spectator who said, “I noticed you missed one.” That spectator happened to be a well-known sports enthusiast and then-South Dakota U.S. Rep. Jim Abdnor. The introduction was the start of a friendship that ignited John's career in public service.John received his undergraduate degree at Biola University and his master's degree in business administration from the University of South Dakota. Upon completion of his master's degree in 1984, he married Kimberley Weems, a native of Doland, South Dakota.John's attraction to public service took him to Washington, D.C., to work for that sports enthusiast and then-U.S. Sen. Jim Abdnor. He then served at the Small Business Administration under an appointment from President Ronald Reagan.In 1989, John and his family returned to South Dakota, where he served as the executive director of the South Dakota Republican Party. In 1991, then-Gov. George S. Mickelson appointed him to be state railroad director, a position he held until 1993, when he became executive director of the South Dakota Municipal League.In 1996, with a shoestring budget and the support of family and friends, John won his first term as South Dakota's lone member of the U.S. House of Representatives. John was re-elected to a second term by the largest margin in South Dakota history. He returned again to Washington in 2001 to serve his third term in the House.John then honored his 1996 campaign pledge to serve only three terms in the House. After a narrow loss in a U.S. Senate race in 2002, he won his current Senate seat in 2004, when he made history by defeating a sitting Senate party leader for the first time in 52 years.In 2010, John was elected to serve a second term in the Senate in a rare unopposed race. He was only the third Republican and the only South Dakotan to run unopposed for the Senate since direct elections were created in 1913. John was elected to a third term in 2016.For the 117th Congress, John serves on the Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry Committee; the Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee; and the Finance Committee. He serves as ranking member of the Commerce Committee's Subcommittee on Communications, Media, and Broadband and ranking member of the Finance Committee's Subcommittee on Taxation and IRS Oversight. He also serves as the Senate Republican whip, the number two position in Senate Republican leadership, and has previously served as chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Committee from 2009–2011 and chairman of the Senate Republican Conference from 2012-2018.John and his wife Kimberley live in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and they have two grown daughters and five grandchildren. In his free time, John enjoys spending time with his family, pheasant hunting, and running.
Tax the rich, stop being fat, lie to your baby mama, Playboy but with men for straight men, Chris the Kiwi's escort texts, getting your car towed, underrepresentation in film and television, leaving your grandparents, the BallsDeepWeep developer calls in, and nurses and teachers and nurses and teachers; all that and more this week on The Dick Show!
Taxation and inflation combined is the formula to kill the middle class per Vladimir Lenin, and our government is doing just that. Lone Tree proposes a retail sales tax hike of 55% for their city; vote NO. LEAP, Learning Enrichment and Academic Progress Program, is a strong NO. Unelected, unaccountable bureaucrats will be appointed by the governor to have complete control of this new program with additional taxing authority for “eligible” children, not all Colorado children. Greg Fisher, candidate for Widefield District 3 School Board, wants to bring back transparency and parent involvement. Critical Race Theory, CRT, and the sexualization of our children have no place in our schools. Instead, schools need to teach the core academics. It is unconscionable that with all the money spent on education students are not even 50% proficient in reading and math. David Dock and Brenda Miller are other good candidates to consider for 3 openings out of the five seats. Do not miss Leslie Manookian, founder of Health Freedom Defense Fund, presentation's in Loveland this coming Thursday, September 30th, and Denver on Saturday, October 2nd. Guest Dave Keyte, CEO of Caerus Oil and Gas, discusses the Biden policy to shift oil and gas production away from the U.S. Even OPEC openly admits that they are the winners of this policy coupled with the global energy transition; OPEC will regain its dominance as America will become dependent on OPEC once again. Politics in DC give no metrics to measure “success” in renewable energy as they get rid of fossil fuels. We are transferring the issue of air quality from air to surface due to the high usage of rare earth minerals that must be mined. The climate czars do not want to talk about this impact on the earth, let alone the labor used to mine the minerals (i.e., OSHA regulations are not used in China or Afghanistan). We need to step back and understand the energy mix available, analyze what sources are available locally, and be a part of the solution
Sep 24 – Ryan Puplava discusses the key drivers behind this week's market volatility with Evergrande, the Fed, and more. Ari Wald at Oppenheimer joins us to provide his technical outlook on the US... Subscribe to our premium weekday podcasts: https://www.financialsense.com/subscribe
This week Brent joins John Stromeyer on John’s show, Tax Talk, to discuss the House Ways & Means Committee tax proposals, changes to estate planning, and what to expect in the future. They cover the proposals on the estate tax exemption, changes to the treatment of grantor trusts, what they are advising their clients to do now, and much more. John Stromeyer is the owner of Stromeyer Law PLLC, in Houston, Texas. After earning his B.S. in Zoology from the University of Texas at Austin, John spent four years working for the Four Seasons Hotel in Austin, primarily as the Night Manager, before beginning his legal education. He earned my J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law in 2009, then earned a Masters of Law (also known as an “LL.M.”) in Taxation in 2010 from the New York University School of Law. While John’s time at NYU was the end of his formal education (at least for now), he has gone on to become Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in both Tax Law and Estate Planning & Probate Law. John has been recognized by his peers as a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, named a Texas Super Lawyer by Texas Super Lawyers by Thompson Reuters in 2019, 2020, and 2021, a Rising Star by Texas Super Lawyers by Thompson Reuters in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019; “Rookie of the Year” in 2016 and Outstanding Substantive Committee Chair in 2017 by the State Bar of Texas Tax Section; a 2015-2017 Fellow of the Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law of the American Bar Association; and a Young Leader of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. John can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, (713) 714-1249. His show is available on You Tube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDaKULB-A6Ru4tKfpZl8ozg and on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/strohmeyerlaw.
This week Brent joins John Strohmeyer on John’s show, Tax Talk, to discuss the House Ways & Means Committee tax proposals, changes to estate planning, and what to expect in the future. They cover the proposals on the estate tax exemption, changes to the treatment of grantor trusts, what they are advising their clients to do now, and much more. John Strohmeyer is the owner of Strohmeyer Law PLLC, in Houston, Texas. After earning his B.S. in Zoology from the University of Texas at Austin, John spent four years working for the Four Seasons Hotel in Austin, primarily as the Night Manager, before beginning his legal education. He earned my J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law in 2009, then earned a Masters of Law (also known as an “LL.M.”) in Taxation in 2010 from the New York University School of Law. While John’s time at NYU was the end of his formal education (at least for now), he has gone on to become Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in both Tax Law and Estate Planning & Probate Law. John has been recognized by his peers as a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, named a Texas Super Lawyer by Texas Super Lawyers by Thompson Reuters in 2019, 2020, and 2021, a Rising Star by Texas Super Lawyers by Thompson Reuters in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and 2019; “Rookie of the Year” in 2016 and Outstanding Substantive Committee Chair in 2017 by the State Bar of Texas Tax Section; a 2015-2017 Fellow of the Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law of the American Bar Association; and a Young Leader of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. John can be reached at email@example.com, (713) 714-1249. His show is available on You Tube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDaKULB-A6Ru4tKfpZl8ozg and on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/strohmeyerlaw.
L's stay L-ing. Larry Elder was flattened by California voters despite getting the most votes during the California Recall Election. But we focus our attention on the Met Gala and the messaging behind AOC's dress and Ryan breaks down why the term "progressive" means nothing anymore in politics. Social media: Mars on Life: @marsonlifeshow on Twitter and Instagram Sebastian Schug: @drsebby (Instagram) and Seabass on YouTube Ryan Mancini: @mancinira (Twitter) and @manciniryan (Instagram) Artwork by Zachary Erberich (@zacharyerberichart) "Space X-plorers" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mars-on-life-show/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mars-on-life-show/support
Governments in the world's poorest countries face important revenue constraints. The ability to collect taxes directly affects the quality of public services and infrastructures, and is thought to undermine economic growth. Augustin Bergeron walks us through 3 experiments he conducted in D.R. Congo to investigate how the architecture of tax collection affects a state's fiscal capacity: who collects taxes, how much you can collect, and how you collect them. Papers: - "Local Elites as State Capacity: How City Chiefs Use Local Information to Increase Tax Compliance in the D.R. Congo" by Pablo Balan, Augustin Bergeron, Gabriel Tourek, and Jonathan Weigel https://www.dropbox.com/s/b7dv4jpgv08noa9/centralvlocalpaper20210810.pdf?dl=0 - "The State Capacity Ceiling on Tax Rates: Evidence from Randomized Tax Abatements in the DRC" by Augustin Bergeron, Gabriel Tourek, and Jonathan Weigel https://www.dropbox.com/s/ftvzzpbby6yiaft/statecapacityceilingtaxrates20210701.pdf?dl=0 -"Optimal Assignment of Bureaucrats: Evidence from Randomly Assigned Tax Collectors in the DRC" by Augustin Bergeron, Pedro Bessone, John Kabeya Kabeya, Gabriel Tourek, and Jonathan Weigel https://www.dropbox.com/s/0lf50fcw68sru0s/optimalassignmentbureaucrats_20210630.pdf?dl=0 Recommendations: - "Rebellion, Rascals, and Revenue: Tax Follies and Wisdom through the Ages" by Michael Keen and Joel Slemrod https://press.princeton.edu/books/hardcover/9780691199542/rebellion-rascals-and-revenue - "King Leopold's Ghost" by Adam Hochschild https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/40961621-king-leopold-s-ghost
This week, Kennedy sits down with President of the Tax Foundation Scott Hodge to discuss the taxation programs that the government is trying to implement and how this is impacting Americans. Scott explains how the tax rates on different groups impact our economy and entrepreneurship. He also breaks down the history of our tax system and projections for the future of America's financial distribution. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation
On this episode of Why Watch That:Our reviews (so far) at this year's Toronto International Film Festival, including:Petite MamanFollowing a girl's journey to her mother's childhood home, French auteur Céline Sciamma's latest is a tender tale of intergenerational connection.Céline Sciamma's TIFF '19 selection Portrait of a Lady on Fire garnered international acclaim for its sumptuous rendering of queer female desire and the overwhelming power of both truly looking and truly being seen. Sciamma's follow-up brings the writer-director's exquisite craft and acute insights into longing to bear on a tale of childhood grief and wonder.After her grandmother dies, Nelly (Joséphine Sanz) is taken to her mother's childhood home. While her parents go about cleaning out the house, Nelly explores the surrounding woods. She encounters Marion (Gabrielle Sanz), a girl exactly Nelly's age and to whom she bears a striking resemblance. The pair become fast friends, constructing a hut together, sharing lunches, and talking over the life transitions both are in the midst of. (Marion is only days away from going to hospital for an operation.) Incrementally, the girls' eerie similarities yield revelations that merge events of the past with those of the present.Working once again with cinematographer Claire Mathon and production designer Lionel Brison, Sciamma gently ushers us into a series of hushed, crepuscular spaces where the spectral meets the everyday and time seems to fold in on itself. Drawing lovely, subtle performances from her young stars, Sciamma allows us to see the world through Nelly and Marion's eyes. The result is a film of tremendous tenderness and sombre beauty that, like all of Sciamma's films, celebrates the spectrum of feminine connection. -DIANA SANCHEZSPECIAL PRESENTATIONSFrance, 2021French70 minutesDirectorCéline SciammaCastJoséphine Sanz, Gabrielle Sanz, Nina Meurisse, Stéphane Varupenne, Margo AbascalScreenplayCéline SciammaMothering SundayOlivia Colman and Colin Firth star in this deeply affecting adaptation of Graham Swift's bittersweet novel about secret love in post-WWI England.Featuring captivating performances from up-and-coming talents Odessa Young (TIFF '18's Assassination Nation) and Josh O'Connor (The Crown), and Oscar-winning veterans Olivia Colman, Colin Firth, and Glenda Jackson, this exquisite adaptation of Booker Prize–winning author Graham Swift's eponymous novella transports us to Britain's inter-war years for a story of grief, responsibility, and hidden love.Jane (Young) works as a maid for the Nivens (Colman and Firth), an aging home counties couple who, like so many other families, lost their sons on the battlefields of the First World War. Jane is having a secret affair with Paul (O'Connor), son of the Nivens' neighbours, the Sheringhams. Paul is the only member of his peer group to return from the front, a status that has left him with a powerful dose of survivor's guilt and a weighty sense of duty to his family, who expects him to pursue a legal career and marry a woman of his station — which is to say, not the likes of Jane.On Mothering Sunday, her day off, Jane trysts with Paul at his house while his parents are away. There is a sense of quiet idyll to their stolen hours of lovemaking and Jane's gentle exploration of this world of wealth and prestige. Yet a double shadow hangs over this precious day, arising from the horrors of the recent past and the disappointments and sacrifices looming in the pair's future.Scripted by Alice Birch (TIFF '16 world premiere Lady Macbeth) and directed by Eva Husson (TIFF '18's Girls of the Sun), Mothering Sunday draws us into Jane and Paul's rendezvous, vividly evoking both its sensuous peaks and sobering undercurrents before zooming ahead into a future time when all this can be placed in perspective. -DIANA SANCHEZSPECIAL PRESENTATIONSUnited Kingdom, 2021English104 minutesDirectorEva HussonCastOdessa Young, Josh O'Connor, Ṣọpẹ́ Dìrísù, Olivia Colman, Colin Firth, Glenda Jackson, Patsy Ferran, Emma D'ArcyScreenplayAlice BirchThe StarlingMelissa McCarthy, Chris O'Dowd and Kevin Kline star in Theodore Melfi's bittersweet tale of a couple working their way toward the other side of grief.Melissa McCarthy has long proved she can play both wild comedy and heartbreaking drama. Working again with her St. Vincent director Theodore Melfi and buoyed by a superb supporting cast, she soars in a complex role that draws upon her impeccable timing and emotional instincts.Lilly (McCarthy) is always the one who holds it together when things go south for her family. A year has passed since she and her husband Jack (Chris O'Dowd) lost their infant daughter. Grief got the better of Jack, who's now recovering in a psychiatric clinic. Lilly holds down her job at the grocery store, keeps up the family's expansive rural property, and faithfully makes the weekly two-hour journey to visit her husband.Concerned that Lilly isn't tending to her own grieving process, a counsellor at Jack's clinic suggests that she see a local therapist, Larry (Kevin Kline, also appearing in Festival selection The Good House). The counsellor neglects to mention that Larry long ago gave up psychology to become a veterinarian — a practice that will prove germane when a dive-bombing starling begins wreaking havoc in Lilly's garden.The intricacies of Matt Harris's sensitive, canny screenplay allow us to observe the ways that every act of love — whether toward a spouse, a client, or an insistent bird — requires both generosity and boundary setting. Lilly can't bear the notion of being a quitter, but without some self-care, all her efforts to care for others could come to naught.Helmed with rich insight into the healing process by Melfi (Academy Award– nominated for Hidden Figures), The Starling lights upon a rare balance of levity and gravity, mischief and tenderness. -CAMERON BAILEYSPECIAL PRESENTATIONSUnited States of America, 2021English103 minutesDirectorTheodore MelfiCastMelissa McCarthy, Chris O'Dowd, Timothy Olyphant, Skyler Gisondo, Daveed Diggs, Laura Harrier, Rosalind Chao, Loretta Devine, Kevin KlineScreenplayMatt HarrisPublicistNetflixThe Electrical Life of Louis Wain An eccentric artist (Benedict Cumberbatch) introduces Victorian London to the delights of cats, in Will Sharpe's enlightening biopic.From Ancient Egypt to TikTok, cats have accompanied humans on life's journey. But who made the creatures cute? The Electrical Life of Louis Wain tells the story of the Victorian-era artist whose widely published drawings of anthropomorphized cats transformed them from mysterious to irresistible. In a dazzling, career-best performance, Benedict Cumberbatch plays one of Britain's most influential eccentrics as a flurry of wild ideas and prodigious artistic output.Louis Wain (Cumberbatch, also at the Festival in The Power of the Dog) brims with creativity, even as his life in the 1880s oscillates between the delightful and the dizzying. To support his widowed mother and five younger sisters, the academy-trained artist sells drawings of animals from the country fair. His skilled and speedy portraiture impresses, but his often stormy view of the world and those in it keeps him from engaging much with society. That is, until he hires a kind, curious governess for his youngest sisters, Emily Richardson (Claire Foy), who illuminates his life in a way even he'd never imagined. Love blooms across the class divide — albeit to the chagrin of Louis's stern sister Caroline (Andrea Riseborough), second oldest and second in command.Writer-director Will Sharpe (television's Flowers, whose co-star Olivia Colman narrates here) uses dynamic visual technique and colourfully shifting mood to convey Louis's complicated mind, fickle wealth, momentous love, and consuming grief. Cumberbatch's transcendent performance stands at the centre of an impressive cast that includes Toby Jones and Adeel Akhtar (also at the Festival in Ali & Ava). Alive with imagination in every scene, The Electrical Life of Louis Wain shows just how we came to live in a cat's world. Meow. -DESCRIPTION COURTESY OF TIFFGALA PRESENTATIONSUnited Kingdom, 2021English111 minutesDirectorWill SharpeCastBenedict Cumberbatch, Claire Foy, Andrea Riseborough, Toby JonesScreenplaySimon Stephenson, Will SharpePublicistAmazon StudiosAll My Puny SorrowsMichael McGowan's touching adaptation of Miriam Toews' beloved novel about two sisters boasts a fine cast led by Alison Pill and Sarah Gadon.Michael McGowan's moving adaptation of Miriam Toews' beloved novel All My Puny Sorrows is propelled by nuanced direction, an affecting script, and a truly stellar, fearless cast. The story revolves around the women of the Von Riesen clan: writer Yoli (Alison Pill), who's tormented by self-doubt and is going through a tough, protracted divorce; her sister Elf (Sarah Gadon), a well-known concert pianist whose bouts with depression threaten to consume her; their steadfast mother Lottie (Mare Winningham); their no-nonsense aunt Tina (Mimi Kuzyk); and Yoli's precocious daughter Nora (Amybeth McNulty).The family are no strangers to sorrow. They left the Mennonite community after their patriarch (Donal Logue) unexpectedly killed himself. (It's not said explicitly, but the film suggests his church played a key role in his decision.) How the Von Riesens, especially Yoli and Elf, confront — and fail to confront — tragedy and trauma is the central focus of the film. The sisters' wisecracking banter and acute awareness of each other's foibles indicates a profound love and mutual dependency, but as Yoli struggles to understand Elf and protect her from her demons, the women's fundamental differences come to the fore.Oscillating powerfully between extremes of joy and sadness, All My Puny Sorrows is also one of the most erudite, literary films you will see this year. Much of the close relationship between Yoli and Elf is based on their love of books (stretching from Philip Larkin to D.H. Lawrence), reflecting their intellectual curiosity and capacity for life — which only makes the film all the more heartbreaking, and its ultimate embrace of life so touching. -STEVE GRAVESTOCKSPECIAL PRESENTATIONSCanada, 2021English103 minutesDirectorMichael McGowanCastAlison Pill, Sarah Gadon, Mare Winningham, Amybeth McNulty, Donal LogueScreenplayMichael McGowanEncounterA decorated Marine (Riz Ahmed) goes on a rescue mission to save his two young sons from an inhuman threat, in the latest from director Michael Pearce.Suspenseful, wildly imaginative, and eerily resonant, British director Michael Pearce's follow-up to his TIFF '17 Platform competitor Beast catapults us into a world where every encounter could lead to peril. Featuring an adrenalized lead performance from Riz Ahmed, this is a thriller for the age of cultural division and seemingly endless existential threat.A decorated marine, Malik Khan (Ahmed) is trained to identify risk. But what if the risk appears totally ordinary? Malik sees bugs. Evil bugs. Alien bugs that seem to be seizing control of people, one after another. Malik can't convince the world to sound the alarm, but he can at least protect his two young sons from global parasitic invasion — which might involve kidnapping them from the home of Malik's estranged wife.Written with Joe Barton (TIFF '17 world premiere The Ritual), Pearce's leap into large-scale filmmaking, with its nod to genre classics like Invasion of the Body Snatchers, brilliantly fuses dazzling spectacle with character-driven drama. Encounter's visuals are by turns gorgeous and shocking. Its atmosphere of American heartland creepiness is both familiar and unnerving.Yet the film ultimately rests on its performances. Oscar winner Octavia Spencer is masterful in a supporting role that prompts us to reconsider everything we've seen, while Ahmed cements his reputation as one of the most compelling actors working today. Whether playfully joshing with his boys, confronting far-right extremists, or defending himself against a human-insect hybrid, Ahmed imbues Malik's every gesture with magnetism and mystery, leading up to a showdown that blurs the cosmic with the cognitive. -CAMERON BAILEYSPECIAL PRESENTATIONSUnited Kingdom, United States of America, 2021English108 minutesDirectorMichael PearceCastRiz Ahmed, Octavia Spencer, Rory CochraneScreenplayJoe Barton, Michael PearcePublicistAmazon StudiosThe GuiltyJake Gyllenhaal stars in Antoine Fuqua's thriller set over the course of a single morning in a 911 dispatch centre.Versatile action auteur Antoine Fuqua (Training Day, screening at the Festival as part of TIFF Rewind) reunites with his Southpaw star Jake Gyllenhaal in this riveting film about an emergency responder's desperate race to save a distressed caller. Unfolding in real time within the confines of a frenetic 911 dispatch centre, Fuqua's The Guilty delivers on its high-concept premise, channelled through another powerhouse performance from Gyllenhaal.As a wildfire rages towards Los Angeles, embittered police officer Joe Bayler (Gyllenhaal) winds down a chaotic but tedious shift answering emergency calls — a punitive demotion he received ahead of an imminent disciplinary hearing. His ennui is soon interrupted by a cryptic call from a woman (Riley Keough) who appears to be attempting to call her child, but is in fact discreetly reporting her own abduction. Working with the meagre clues she is able to provide, Joe throws all his skill and intuition towards ensuring her safety, but as the severity of the crime comes to light, Joe's own psychological state begins to fray and he is forced to reconcile with demons of his own.Every tense moment plays out on Gyllenhaal's face, as he spars with a dynamic ensemble of voices in his headset, including those of Ethan Hawke, Peter Sarsgaard, and Paul Dano. Building off a script from True Detective creator-writer Nic Pizzolatto, Fuqua and cinematographer Maz Makhani crosscut the white-knuckle drama with a montage of monitors broadcasting the apocalyptic inferno outside; a surreal, but all too familiar reflection of our mad world. -CAMERON BAILEYSPECIAL PRESENTATIONSUnited States of America, 2021English90 minutesDirectorAntoine FuquaCastJake Gyllenhaal, Ethan Hawke, Riley Keough, Christina Vidal Mitchell, Eli Goree, Da'Vine Joy Randolph, David Castañeda, Paul Dano, Peter SarsgaardScreenplayNic PizzolattoPublicistNetflixLakewoodNaomi Watts stars in Phillip Noyce's nerve-rattling thriller about a mother struggling to rescue her son from a school shooter.Amy Carr (Naomi Watts) is out for what should have been a restorative morning run when a friend calls with terrifying news: the local high school attended by Noah, her teenage son, has been besieged by an active shooter. Deep within a network of forest paths surrounding her home, miles from town and nearly overwhelmed by panic, Amy refuses to succumb to hopelessness. With her smartphone as her sole means of intervention, she will draw upon every resource she can think of to ensure that her son survives the attack.Helmed by veteran director Phillip Noyce (Rabbit-Proof Fence, Dead Calm) and written by Chris Sparling, Lakewood plunges us headlong into a desperate scenario unfolding in real time. The film echoes Sparling's acclaimed screenplay for Buried, a selection at TIFF 2010, in the sense that most of it unfolds as a one-person show, with Amy navigating the situation remotely. Yet Noyce's film also functions as a tribute to the power of a community working together in the face of calamity, as Amy enlists the assistance of an auto-body shop manager, a 911 operator, a rideshare driver, and one of her co-workers at the Marion County Division of Taxation to help her take matters into her own hands.It is rare to encounter a thriller like Lakewood, at once high-concept and heartfelt, exhilarating and poignant. It is also a showcase for Watts, who masterfully conveys a captivating fusion of impromptu heroism and maternal devotion. -DESCRIPTION COURTESY OF TIFFGALA PRESENTATIONSCanada, 2021English84 minutesDirectorPhillip NoyceCastNaomi WattsScreenplayChris Sparling See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
MSNBC's Ari Melber hosts "The Beat" on Tuesday, September 14 and reports on the California governor recall election, Biden's tax plans, and the additional officers involved in the George Floyd case facing arraignment in court. Melber also interviews rap icon Rick Ross on his new book, where he discusses Donald Trump and George Floyd. NYT columnist Michelle Goldberg and historian Jon Meacham joins.
UVA Law professor Ruth Mason explains why the 2008 recession and the subsequent global effort to curb corporate tax dodging transformed international tax. The lecture marked her appointment as Edwin S. Cohen Distinguished Professor of Law and Taxation. Dean Risa Goluboff introduces Mason. (University of Virginia School of Law, Sept. 10, 2021)
For our entrepreneurs or aspiring entrepreneurs this is MANDATORY listening. Dr Howard along with her Masters in accounting, Masters in Taxation, Ph.D. in Accountancy and her Juris doctorate (Not to mention the 8 languages she speaks) are here to make you path to financial business success crystal clear. On this episode we talk everything from Nino Brown and New Jack City, to PPP Loans, Bitcoin, the impact of co-mingling your personal and business funds plus the right way to structure your business. If you are building a business to help secure your legacy then please listen up to learn the right way to move today. Make sure you go engage with Ensa at her business site SEED Financial and on her IG page Don't forget to get social with While Black IG: WHILE_BLACK; TWITTER @whileblackpc; FB @whileblackpodcast or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Recorded @ drsatl.com Theme song Produced by Wahid Gomes and licensed through Verde Music Group Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Could you know happiness if you didn't know sadness? Dark without light? The Law of Polarity tells us that everything is dual… everything has an opposite. That means that the things you're resisting can actually be what you need MOST to excel! This isn't just some woo-woo concept—you can actually use this law to scale your law firm or business, just like lawyer Shannon Pawley did. Listen in to find out how she utilized this to skyrocket her sales and gain total focus and clarity in her work… AND the simple 5-minute tweak she uses during virtual sales calls that's led to a $185k boost in her revenue! What To Listen For If you're not course-correcting, you're doing it wrong! (06:51) The Law of Polarity – why understanding it affects your money-making ability (10:15) End the cycle of emotional reactivity… learn to be less reactive and more intentional (12:13) How Shannon has made an extra $185k (so far) with this simple 5-minute tweak! (17:35) Join us at The Income Breakthrough Summit November 5th–7th! Grab a ticket now before Super Early Bird pricing (80% off) expires on September 15th! JoinAmiraLive.com Resources Check out our free resources for listeners www.theunstoppablewoman.com/freestuff Schedule a Strategy to Scale Consultation https://theunstoppablewoman.com/nextlevel Join our Facebook Group http://theunstoppablewoman.com/facebookgroup Join the Morning Mindset Club https://theunstoppablewoman.com/mindset About Shannon: Shannon is the CEO of The Estate & Asset Protection Law Firm in Decatur, GA. Born and raised in the Tidewater area of Virginia to a tight knit family with strong military service roots, Shannon learned from an early age the value of hard work and the importance of social awareness to ensure you always leave a situation in a better place than how you entered it. In her junior year of high school, Shannon served as U.S. House of Representatives Page during the 101st United States Congress in Washington, D.C. She then knew that she wanted to pursue legal studies and assist others in obtaining the best results available in difficult situations. Shannon earned her undergraduate degree at North Carolina Wesleyan College and pursued a law degree from Michigan State University College of Law. After obtaining her law degree and becoming a licensed attorney in Michigan, she continued her educational pursuit by acquiring a LL.M. (Masters of Law) in Taxation from Wayne State University. In her professional tenure, Shannon has represented the full spectrum of clients from international blue chip companies to single parents. While she prospered as a litigator, Shannon began to realize her natural talent was as a mentor by developing others in their practice and procedures. That led her to focusing more on the operational aspect of the legal practice. You can find Shannon at: https://www.elderlawgeorgia.com/our-firm/shannon-m-pawley-j-d-ll-m/ https://www.facebook.com/TheEstateAssetProtectionLawFirm/ https://twitter.com/ElderLawGeorgia https://www.linkedin.com/company/estate-and-asset-protection-law-firm/ https://www.youtube.com/user/ElderLawGeorgia
A review of the week's major US international tax-related news. In this edition: US House Ways and Means Committee begins budget reconciliation markup – Treasury pushes for 21 percent minimum corporate tax on foreign earnings – Senate Finance Committee Chairman releases draft partnership tax legislation – Treasury official offers update on coming final foreign tax credit regulations – IRS releases 2021–2022 Priority Guidance Plan – IRS allows taxpayer to reverse "gap period" transaction through late CTB election.
Are you planning for the proposed capital gains tax changes that are potentially coming in 2022? These tax changes may not take effect until next year, but they will be retroactive and could impact your current holdings. In this episode, we're exploring the proposed tax plan and changes under the Biden administration, who it affects, and how to know if you need to be planning for it. Review the article mentioned in today's show >> Today's episode and show notes can also be accessed by visiting: redefiningwealth.info/69 Rate & Review the Podcast on your favorite podcast app!Sign Up for The Weekend Reading Email to read more on the featured podcast: redefiningwealth.info/weekend-reading
Welcome back to Fall 2021 with Open School of Business! Stay tuned for more interviews on hands on tips and advise to people who want to transition from a full time day job into starting your own business! Today we discussed the matters of tax and finance with Ainel Forni, a rare ACCA qualified International Tax Expert with 15 years of international tax experience across industries and regions. Currently, she works for the University of the Arts, London and resides in London, UK. She started her tax advisory career at the PriceWaterhouseCoopers in 1997 and has continued on focusing on a niche that is highly in demand and requires continues learning and improvement. Since then she has worked for strong brands and complex worldwide operations like British Gas, Shell, Halliburton, Acer, GSK, etc. Today we shared the strategies in dealing with taxation in the following scenarios: 1. If you offer digital content, consumed and paid for by citizens of different countries 2. If you ship goods to different countries 3. If you offer webinars and live events, to which people from any country can sign-up
Susan Kochevar, owner of the 88 Drive In, is in the studio with Kim and Producer Steve. They begin with a conversation regarding a potential hostage crisis in Afghanistan. We should not be surprised by the Taliban actions as they have no understanding of Judeo-Christian values. Current events highlight the importance of attending U.S. Constitution Week in Grand Lake; visit https://www.grandlakeusconstitutionweek.com/ for all the details. Do not fall into the trap that the government is here to “protect you.” Taxation for such programs needs to end. Reduction of taxes is needed to aid household finances due to the silent thief, inflation. Danny Bristow, Colorado State Commerce Pillar Leader with FEC United (fecunited.com), joins Kim to explain efforts to restore liberty, demand accountability in the government and get the free market moving again without interference. Shameful that Polis was able to classify employees into essential and non-essential workers. Colorado is at the tip of what is now called “manufactured scarcity.” Just over one-third of small businesses will never reopen with Colorado tied in fifth place for the highest number of closed businesses. Regulations must be lifted, and taxes must be reduced. Kim references Cory Gaines’ article detailing what Polis says and what he does, two very different actions. Polis can maneuver his narrative but he cannot fool the people who know what his true objectives are. Polis' agenda is not in the best interest of the residents in Colorado. Guest Adam Andrzejewski, CEO of Open the Books, joins Kim and Susan with an important discussion regarding the exit from Afghanistan. Adam recaps the billions of dollars in foreign aid to Afghanistan from the U.S. Unfortunately, it appears all the money has evaporated into thin air as there is nothing sustainable in the investment. For instance, one social experiment was called, “Respect Women.” This campaign involved training for various groups, including the Taliban. Another was to fight the opium trade. The one call in any American war is to leave no man behind. Adam states that we will never know the exact number of Americans left in Afghanistan as many have already and will continue to be slaughtered at the hands of the Taliban, especially since the Taliban was given a list by the U.S. government who were most important to get out of the country and the biometrics technology to hunt them down. Adam lists the U.S. military equipment left in Afghanistan amounting to over $83 million (https://www.openthebooks.com/forbes-staggering-costs–us-military-equipment-left-behind-in-afghanistan/), a tremendous amount that will most likely be used to kill Americans both overseas and on our homeland. Why was there not a “kill switch” in the equipment? Adam asks people to sign the Open the Books petition that each member of Congress must read a bill and sign an affidavit stating s/he has done so before the bill can be voted on. Visit https://www.openthebooks.com/sign-petition/ to sign the petition. Kim brings up LEAP, Learning Enrichment and Academic Progress Program, to Adam regarding the governing board consisting of unaccountable, unelected members appointed by the governor and they select their replacements. LEAP creates a parallel public school system with the existing public school system, funded by increased state retail marijuana taxes. Adam replies that this will make elections obsolete and voters will have no voice in future policy. He also mentions raising taxes on marijuana will only increase the black market as experienced in California,
Today's Flash Back Friday comes from Episode 265, originally published in June 2012. Jason Hartman hosts Professor Laurence Kotlikoff, author of The Clash of Generations: Saving Ourselves, Our Kids, Our Economy, regarding the problems with the economy and the effect that the astronomical national debt and government spending will have on generations to come. ** LIVE ORLANDO CONFERENCE ** Join us for Empowered Investor LIVE: https://www.EmpoweredInvestor.com Free Mini-Book on Pandemic Investing: https://www.PandemicInvesting.com Jason's TV Clips: https://vimeo.com/549444172 Asset Protection, Tax Savings & Estate Planning: http://JasonHartman.com/Protect What do Jason's clients say? http://JasonHartmanTestimonials.com Easily get up to $250,000 in funding for real estate, business or anything else http://JasonHartman.com/Fund Call our Investment Counselors at: 1-800-HARTMAN (US) or visit https://www.jasonhartman.com/ Guided Visualization for Investors: http://jasonhartman.com/visualization Professor Kotlikoff paints a picture of the magnitude of these issues very clearly, explaining that the fiscal gap is $211 trillion. He explains that we would have to raise every federal tax immediately and permanently by 64 percent or cut all non-interest spending by the government (Medicare, Social Security, defense spending, etc) by 40 percent. “The country is broke, totally broke,” says Professor Kotlikoff. He emphasizes that this applies to today, not 75 years down the road. Jason and Professor Kotlikoff also discuss why the 2007 quadrupled money base through money printing hasn't hit the streets yet in the form of hyperinflation. Essentially, banks are being bribed to hold money reserves by the Fed. In simplistic terms, the Federal Reserve prints the money, lends it out at very low interest rates to the banks, and then the banks deposit it back with the Federal Reserve and get a higher interest rate. This makes banks more solvent over time without the public ever knowing what is going on. Professor Kotlikoff also talks about a proposal to fix the financial system, which he refers to as a fragile system, presently a “trust me” banking system where the public is unaware of what the banks are doing with their money. Laurence J. Kotlikoff is a William Fairfield Warren Professor at Boston University, a Professor of Economics at Boston University, a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, a Fellow of the Econometric Society, a Research Associate of the National Bureau of Economic Research, President of Economic Security Planning, Inc., a company specializing in financial planning software, a frequent columnist for Bloomberg and Forbes, and a blogger for The Economist and The Huffington Post. Professor Kotlikoff received his B.A. in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania in 1973 and his Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University in 1977. From 1977 through 1983 he served on the faculties of economics of the University of California, Los Angeles and Yale University. In 1981-82 Professor Kotlikoff was a Senior Economist with the President's Council of Economic Advisers. Professor Kotlikoff is author or co-author of 15 books and hundreds of professional journal articles. His most recent books are The Clash of Generations (co-authored with Scott Burns, MIT Press), Jimmy Stewart Is Dead (John Wiley & Sons), Spend ‘Til the End, (co-authored with Scott Burns, Simon & Schuster), The Healthcare Fix (MIT Press), and The Coming Generational Storm (co-authored with Scott Burns, MIT Press). Professor Kotlikoff publishes extensively in newspapers, and magazines on issues of financial reform, personal finance, taxes, Social Security, healthcare, deficits, generational accounting, pensions, saving, and insurance. Professor Kotlikoff has served as a consultant to the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the Harvard Institute for International Development, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, the Swedish Ministry of Finance, the Norwegian Ministry of Finance, the Bank of Italy, the Bank of Japan, the Bank of England, the Government of Russia, the Government of Ukraine, the Government of Bolivia, the Government of Bulgaria, the Treasury of New Zealand, the Office of Management and Budget, the U.S. Department of Education, the U.S. Department of Labor, the Joint Committee on Taxation, The Commonwealth of Massachusetts, The American Council of Life Insurance, Merrill Lynch, Fidelity Investments, AT&T, AON Corp., and other major U.S. corporations.
A review of the week's major US international tax-related news. In this edition: US House Ways and Means Committee to begin markup the week of 6 September re: Budget Resolution – IRS articulates five-factor test in determining income inclusion of reimbursement payments – US, France sign joint statement on spontaneous exchange of CbC reports for FYs beginning 2020 and 2021.
Finance ministers from leading industrial states have been trying, this summer, to work out an agreement on a minimum rate for corporate taxes. Does it matter that this agreement won't be adopted by the constitutional procedure for making treaties? Will it still matter, by itself, to U.S. tax law and tax enforcement? Should we expect other nations to abide by an agreement of this kind? Discussion with:-- Michael Ramsey, San Diego Law School (author of “Evading the Treaty Power?” FIU L.Rev 2016)-- Joshua Wu, former Deputy Assistant AG, Tax Division -- Stephen Krasner, Professor of International Relations, Stanford University (author of Power, The State and Sovereignty). -- Moderator: Jeremy Rabkin, Scalia Law School.
Doug McHoney (PwC's US International Tax Services (ITS) Leader) is live at the Westminster Studios with Tom Patten (ITS Partner based in London) to discuss current and future tax considerations for US inbound companies. Doug and Tom chew on toasted ravioli and sandwich structures and then cover, among other topics: the impact of a Pillar 2 regime on US inbound companies; the potential for replacing the base erosion anti-abuse tax (BEAT) with the Stopping Harmful Inversions and Ending Low-tax Developments (SHIELD) provision, impending changes and proposals to interest expense, further limiting the ability of domestic corporations to expatriate; the effects of Brexit on US inbounds; and the potential for Pillar 1 to spurn treaty negotiation and ratification.
Should Crypto Currency holders be taxed on the amount of decentralized finance they hold. The SEC Chair called it the "Wild West" as it currently decentralized however, one platform owners says its far from it. I predict regulation would proceed taxation when it comes to this so be on the lookout. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blackmantel/support
This Fat Dish focuses on co-hosts Cat and Saraya diving into their many midwestern, media, and fat opinions. This episode covers everything from shop re-opening projections, a marvelous dinner with the MoF team, taking care of yourself through days off, Saraya's “well-researched car corner”, state fair quandaries, and recommendations for Julie Murphy, Da'Shaun Harrison, and Maintenance Phase (and a few other media suggestions bc of course). Thanks for listening and reading! We'd love to shout out your social media shares and apple podcast reviews or recognize your contributions to FAT CASH in the next episode. We are recognizing Jozie for an incredibly generous Fat Cash contribution! Thank you Jozie ! You can check out resources, shownotes, newsletter sign up, and FAT CASH on our website ! It's the first link below ;) Find us! Website: www.matteroffatpod.com Fat Cash www.matteroffatpod.com/fatcash FB: www.facebook.com/matteroffatpod/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/matteroffatpod/ Twitter: twitter.com/matteroffatpod Email: email@example.com FB Fans and Friends Group: www.facebook.com/groups/625543661184306/
For our entrepreneurs or aspiring entrepreneurs this is MANDATORY listening. Dr Howard along with her Masters in accounting, Masters in Taxation, Ph.D. in Accountancy and her Juris doctorate (Not to mention the 8 languages she speaks) are here to make you path to financial business success crystal clear. On this episode we talk everything from Nino Brown and New Jack City, to PPP Loans, Bitcoin, the impact of co-mingling your personal and business funds plus the right way to structure your business. If you are building a business to help secure your legacy then please listen up to learn the right way to move today. Make sure you go engage with Ensa at her business site SEED Financial and on her IG page Don't forget to get social with While Black IG: WHILE_BLACK; TWITTER @whileblackpc; FB @whileblackpodcast or email: firstname.lastname@example.org Recorded @ drsatl.com Theme song Produced by Wahid Gomes and licensed through Verde Music Group
In this episode, we set down with the executive team of the Lehigh Valley Private Equity Fund.We thought it would be fun to pull back the curtain of a private equity fund and see what the actual thought processes and discussions on certain topics looked like and how they evaluated different assets and risks. Remember, this is your MBA. Have a notepad handy and get ready to take some notes!Below are just a few of the discussion points that we covered during the interview:✅ Fund structure✅ Why a multi-asset fund versus a 1-asset syndication✅ Strategy of acquisition schedule / deployment of capital✅ Challenges of starting a private equity fundYou can reach Jeff Cella, John Levine or Tejas Gosai by:✅ Website: https://www.lehighvalleyprivateequityfund.com/✅ Phone: 610-673-0073✅ Email: email@example.comJeff Cella's Bio:Jeff has over 25 years of commercial lending experience working in the Lehigh Valley for various regional and national banking institutions. Jeff started his first private equity fund in 2011 under Regulation D (the “Conquest Fund”), with the Conquest Fund targeting the residential real estate investor looking for purchase and rehab loans. He started a second lending fund, CF FUND II in 2018 when the offering received qualification under the SEC pursuant to Regulation A. Conquest Funding and CF FUND II have generated over $47 million in loans financing over 410 projects and as of the date of this Memorandum, have never missed an interest payment to any investor. Jeff is responsible for all areas of management and operations of these funds. Jeff personally reviews each loan application with his lending team before committing to make a loan because he values quality of quantity when making loans. John LeVine's Bio:John has spent over 25 years in the real estate sector having started as the Director of Taxation for one of the largest strip center developers in the country at the time. John consultant for, at the time, a small New York City-based shopping center owner that was ramping up its organization, embarking on an acquisition spree that created a company that went from $30 million worth of assets to well over $500 million in the period of three (3) years. John is currently the Chief Investment Officer of LVPEFUND.Tejas Gosai's Bio:Tejas has over 20 years of real estate experience including real estate development, property management, and commercial finance. With a focus on creating generational wealth for his investors, Tejas constructed, opened, and operated over a dozen major hotels, gas stations, multi-family assets, and developed retail & strip malls totaling over $75MM in real estate holdings. Combining his experiences, Tejas created one of the fastest-growing commercial real estate firms specifically focused on the Allentown, Bethlehem, and Easton markets. He and his firm ranked in the top 100 teams in America, closing over $100M in volume. He has created a proprietary, media-based interfacing technology, that unlocks Lehigh and Northampton property owners throughout various commercial & residential asset classes. This technology is used to deliver unfettered access to off-market inventory exclusively for the Lehigh Valley Private Equity Fund. Please subscribe to the Real Estate Investor MBA Podcast on the following platforms: iTunes Spotify Stitcher iHeart Radio TuneIN Google Podcast If you like what we are doing and see that we are providing a lot of value, please be sure to leave us a 5-star review and positive comment. In doing so, this helps us continue to attract the highest quality type guests to interview and for you to listen to.Check out our website at www.realestateinvestormba.com Follow us on Social Media: ✔️ Facebook✔️ LinkedIn
It's the 5th and final debate of this very special August debate month, and this one features another Lions of Liberty as Electric Libertyland host Brian McWilliams debates the Mises Institute's Tho Bishop on the resolution: "Libertarians should support Ron DeSantis if he runs for President in 2024, even if Dave Smith is the Libertarian Part nominee." Tho will be arguing for the affirmative on the resolution, while Brian will be arguing the negative, and there's one fun wrinkle: everyone is doing a shot every 15 minutes, including your humble host! This is a fun one that's sure to get the liberty world talking - enjoy! You could've see this and every debate LIVE before they air to the public for as little as $5 per month by joining the Lions of Liberty Pride on Patreon! In addition, you'll get access to all of our bonus audio content, livestreams, behind-the-scenes segments and more, as well as 20% off all merchandise at the Lions of Liberty Store, including our hot-off-the-press Taxation is Death T-Shirt! This entire month of debates is sponsored by TopLobsta.com! Check out their AMAZING liberty gear and get 10% off your order using discount code “ROAR” at checkout! Get 25% off your selection of the AMAZING CBD products over at PalomaVerdeCBD.com and use discount code "ROAR" at checkout! Be sure to support today's sponsors Lorenzotti Italy over at Lorenzotti.coffee! Don't forget to use discount code "LIONS" for 10% off your order!
A review of the week's major US international tax-related news. In this edition: US House passes FY 2022 budget resolution on path to trillion-dollar reconciliation bill; infrastructure vote no later than 27 September – Senate Finance Committee Chairman, committee members provide details on international tax framework proposals – IRS extends date for W/H on certain transfers, distributions related to publicly traded partnership interests to 1 January 2023.
From restaurants to bars and gyms, more and more businesses are requiring customers to be vaccinated. Our listener Leila wants to know what exactly you need to show those businesses to get through the door. On today’s episode, we’ll dig into some of the options and do a little show and tell. Plus, we’ll answer one of the nerdiest questions we’ve received about taxes, along with others about no-needle vaccines and the history the Federal Reserve’s annual meeting in Jackson Hole. Here’s everything we talked about today: “Scientists debate potential benefits of intranasal covid-19 vaccines” from PBS NewsHour Our episode on vaccine mandates “San Francisco’s new rule: proof of vaccine or no dining” from the Associated Press “Lost your covid-19 vaccine card? Don’t worry, you can get a new one.” from USA Today “How the remote Western resort of Jackson Hole became a go-to gathering for central bankers” from Business Insider And in case you want to nerd out on how sales and excise taxes work, from the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy Read the transcript here. Our show needs your voice! Tell us what you think of the show or ask a question for our hosts to answer! Send a voice memo or give us a call at 508-82-SMART (508-827-6278).
From restaurants to bars and gyms, more and more businesses are requiring customers to be vaccinated. Our listener Leila wants to know what exactly you need to show those businesses to get through the door. On today’s episode, we’ll dig into some of the options and do a little show and tell. Plus, we’ll answer one of the nerdiest questions we’ve received about taxes, along with others about no-needle vaccines and the history the Federal Reserve’s annual meeting in Jackson Hole. Here’s everything we talked about today: “Scientists debate potential benefits of intranasal covid-19 vaccines” from PBS NewsHour Our episode on vaccine mandates “San Francisco’s new rule: proof of vaccine or no dining” from the Associated Press “Lost your covid-19 vaccine card? Don’t worry, you can get a new one.” from USA Today “How the remote Western resort of Jackson Hole became a go-to gathering for central bankers” from Business Insider And in case you want to nerd out on how sales and excise taxes work, from the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy Our show needs your voice! Tell us what you think of the show or ask a question for our hosts to answer! Send a voice memo or give us a call at 508-82-SMART (508-827-6278).
Kaysi is a seasoned professional who has worked in the financial industry for over 20 years. She is currently a Wealth Advisor at Clarus Group. Most recently, Kaysi was part of an elite 13 person team at UBS where she spent almost 17 years providing financial guidance and investment strategies for the firm's “ultra-wealthy”, managing in excess of $500 Million in investable assets. Her client base consisted of entrepreneurs, CEOs and CFOs of Fortune 500 companies. Prior to joining the team at UBS, Kaysi began her career in Public Accounting. Because of her breadth and depth of knowledge, Kaysi works well with her clients' other centers of influence, ensuring that there is a seamless process between her clients' accountants, attorneys, and wealth advisor. She has a passion for helping her clients to achieve both financial and life goals and seeks to provide the right guidance for their situation. Kaysi's philosophy on financial success is predicated on taking the time to listen to the specific needs of each client, so that she can craft a detailed and tailored solution – as she does not believe one solution fits all. Kaysi holds an undergraduate degree from Queens College, City University of New York in Accounting and Information Systems, where she graduated as a Queens College Scholar. She holds minors in Economics, Business and Liberal Arts (BALA), an honors minor. She also holds a Master's in Business Administration from Fordham University – Gabelli School with a dual concentration in Taxation and Finance. In addition to her degrees, Kaysi holds licenses as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ , Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, and holds insurance licenses and other industry licenses – FINRA series 7 and 66. Family and Community are important to Kaysi. She currently serves as the chairperson for her church's Finance and Stewardship Committee as well as an active church leader. Kaysi is a blogger and a three times published author. She is a sought after public speaker on both financial and faith topics. Kaysi enjoys being a mom, writing, reading and traveling with her daughter. She is also a certified divorce financial analyst. Website: https://kaysigordon.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whataword/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whataword/support
Jennifer Brazer is the Founder and CEO of Complete Controller, a leading national business services firm, where she helps businesses and households alike access reliable financial data to fuel their critical decisions. Also author of From Cubicle to Cloud, Jennifer pioneered cloud-based accounting back in 2007, and Complete Controller has become the turnkey client accounting services (CAS) department for CPA firms across the country, allowing them to tap into single sign-on access to all of their client's books and records, standardized managed account practices, and unlimited bookkeeping talent. Listen today to learn how your money stories may be standing in the way of success, and what you need to know as an entrepreneur to grow your business.
Debate month continues here on the flagship Lions of Liberty podcast as this week Marc hosts a debate between Lions of Liberty's co-founder and Finding Freedom host John Odermatt and the co-host of the Rollo and Slappy Show, Rollo McFloogle! The resolution: "Utilizing Bitcoin as your Lone Savings and Investment Vehicle is a Sound Strategy", with Rollo taking the affirmative and Odermatt taking the negative. We all had a blast discussing this topic over a few adult beverages. Enjoy! You could see this and every debate LIVE before they air to the public for as little as $5 per month by joining the Lions of Liberty Pride on Patreon! In addition, you'll get access to all of our bonus audio content, livestreams, behind-the-scenes segments and more, as well as 20% off all merchandise at the Lions of Liberty Store, including our hot-off-the-press Taxation is Death T-Shirt! This entire month of debates is sponsored by TopLobsta.com! Check out their AMAZING liberty gear and get 10% off your order using discount code “ROAR” at checkout! And check out our newest sponsors, and find your perfect match on the revolutionary dating site, DROM, by heading to Drom.date/Lions and use invite code "LIONS"! Get 25% off your selection of the AMAZING CBD products over at PalomaVerdeCBD.com and use discount code "ROAR" at checkout! Be sure to support today's sponsors Lorenzotti Italy over at Lorenzotti.coffee! Don't forget to use discount code "LIONS" for 10% off your order!
A review of the week's major US international tax-related news. In this edition: US House of Representatives to convene to consider FY 2021 Budget Resolution – US, Germany agree to share CbC reporting information.
There has been significant misinformation on cryptocurrency tax rules among the general public. In this episode of Taxes in Ten, Joe Bublé is joined by Citrin Cooperman Partner Mark DiMichael to discuss this hot new topic. Mark discusses the IRS guidance (and lack thereof), IRS enforcement efforts, and practical considerations for tracking gains and losses. Taxes in 10 brought to you by Citrin Cooperman. Learn more Citrin Cooperman at www.citrincooperman.com/ Learn more about our host Joe Bublé here: www.citrincooperman.com/professionals/joe-buble
It's Week 3 of Marc's Bday Debate Month Series, sponsored by TopLobsta.com! In this matchup, we have the Chair of the Libertarian Party of Los Angeles Angela McArdle facing off with co-host of "Wealth, Power and Influence" as well as "Kingpilled", Matt Erickson. The resolution: "We Need Another Ron Paul Revolution", with Angela taking the affirmative and Matt taking the negative. Enjoy! You could see this and every debate LIVE before they air to the public for as little as $5 per month by joining the Lions of Liberty Pride on Patreon! In addition, you'll get access to all of our bonus audio content, livestreams, behind-the-scenes segments and more, as well as 20% off all merchandise at the Lions of Liberty Store, including our hot-off-the-press Taxation is Death T-Shirt! This entire month of debates is sponsored by TopLobsta.com! Check out their AMAZING liberty gear and get 10% off your order using discount code “ROAR” at checkout! Get 25% off your selection of the AMAZING CBD products over at PalomaVerdeCBD.com and use discount code "ROAR" at checkout! Be sure to support today's sponsors Lorenzotti Italy over at Lorenzotti.coffee! Don't forget to use discount code "LIONS" for 10% off your order!
https://youtu.be/2FAIuJcX82A The ruling class is whichever group has managed to seize state power; the ruled are those groups who are taxed and regulated by those in command. Class interest, then, is defined as a group's relation to the state. State rule, with its taxation and exercise of power, controls, and conferring of subsidies and privileges, is the instrument that creates conflicts between the rulers and the ruled. What we have, then, is a “two-class” theory of class conflict, based on whether a group rules or is ruled by the state. On the free market, on the other hand, there is no class conflict, but a harmony of interest between all individuals in society cooperating in and through production and exchange. Murray N. Rothbard Classical Economics, pp. 75–76 Excerpt from The Great Fiction by Hans-Hermann Hoppe: https://mises.org/library/great-fiction Hans-Hermann Hoppe, an Austrian School economist and libertarian/anarcho-capitalist philosopher, is Professor Emeritus of Economics at UNLV, Distinguished Senior Fellow with the Mises Institute, founder and president of The Property and Freedom Society, former editor of the Journal of Libertarian Studies, and a lifetime member of the Royal Horticultural Society. LBRY / Odysee: https://odysee.com/@KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone:b/Debunking-Taxation:9 BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/video/ZyPlNMqw4jyt/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/36iphItiNLrNz9XY5SKdPW Archive: https://archive.org/details/debunking-taxation Minds: https://www.minds.com/newsfeed/1269705282603192323?referrer=KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone
Excerpt from The Great Fiction by Hans-Hermann Hoppe: https://mises.org/library/great-fiction Hans-Hermann Hoppe, an Austrian School economist and libertarian/anarcho-capitalist philosopher, is Professor Emeritus of Economics at UNLV, Distinguished Senior Fellow with the Mises Institute, founder and president of The Property and Freedom Society, former editor of the Journal of Libertarian Studies, and a lifetime member of the Royal Horticultural Society. He is married to economist Dr. A. Gulcin Imre Hoppe and resides with his wife in Istanbul. ----------------------------------------------------- If you find value in the content, please consider donating to my PayPal KeithKnight590@gmail.com LBRY: https://lbry.tv/@KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone:b BitChute: KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone https://www.bitchute.com/channel/keithknightdonttreadonanyone/ Minds: https://www.minds.com/KeithKnightDontTreadOnAnyone/ MeWe: mewe.com/i/keithknight25 Flote: https://flote.app/VoluntaryistKeith Gab: https://gab.com/Voluntarykeith Twitter: @an_capitalist The Libertarian Institute: https://libertarianinstitute.org/dont-tread-on-anyone/ One Great Work Network: https://www.onegreatworknetwork.com/keith-knight
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Improving budget flexibility. Alexandria Zhang, a Research Officer at the Pew Research Center, joined the podcast to talk about her research on local tax limitations. She shared how limits on local government revenue imposed by state governments affect localities. She also makes the case that state governments need to reevaluate limitations they currently have in place. Host: Kirsten Wyatt
Jeremy Collins from the Theonomoney podcast joins me on this second installment of a two-part series on theonomy and taxation. Go over to the Theonomoney podcast and check out part 1 on Theonomy as we set the stage for the discussion on taxation. When it comes to taxation, the three main questions that need to be answered are (1) who has the authority and jurisdiction to levy taxes, (2) how much taxation is permissible, and (3) what method of taxation would be most compatible with a Biblical society (flat vs progressive)? We discuss the Biblical passages that seem to address taxation and talk through the pros and cons (mainly cons) of common types of taxes in modern society. All things Christ and Capital: ———————-SUBSCRIBE https://linktr.ee/Christ_and_Capital Sign up on Patreon for Bonus content: https://www.patreon.com/user Merch https://www.christandcapital.com/apparel Theonomoney: https://open.spotify.com/show/4AEls1eCXR4uLeDNFDdoYv?si=K_UIWtNnRYClpiJqu0Tevg Cruciform Ministries: https://www.cruciformministries.org ———————————————————————————————— Music By: SUNDANCE Track Title: Persephone - Retro Funky Creation: SUNDANCE (Remix) My additions: clips from Jay Richards, Thomas Sowell, Walter Williams, Gary Vaynerchuk, Jeff Durbin, and Gary North.
Dominic Frisby joins me for a multi-episode conversation covering the concepts laid out in his book "Daylight Robbery: How Tax Shaped Our Past and Will Change Our Future"Be sure to check out NYDIG, one of the most important companies in Bitcoin: https://nydig.com/GUESTDominic's Twitter: https://twitter.com/DominicFrisbyDominic's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Daylight-Robbery-Shaped-Change-Future/dp/0241360846/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=PODCASTPodcast Website: https://whatismoneypodcast.com/Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-what-is-money-show/id1541404400Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/25LPvm8EewBGyfQQ1abIsE?si=wgVuY16XR0io4NLNo0A11A&nd=1RSS Feed: https://feeds.simplecast.com/MLdpYXYITranscript:OUTLINE00:00:00 “What is Money?” Intro00:00:05 NYDIG00:01:22 The Benefits of Movement00:05:07 Bitcoin Price Action (May 2021)00:13:48 Bitcoin Price Analysis & Forecast Q4 202100:18:07 Scalability: Bitcoin v. Fiat00:23:07 Helicopter Money00:27:25 The Glorious Revolution00:36:26 Technological Progress and Morality00:40:42 Energy Consumption = Civilizational Sophistication00:44:42 Taxation Without Representation00:48:57 How to Ruin an Empire00:54:35 Walls, Gatekeeping, and Tax Farming00:59:21 Philosophy and the Spread of Free Thought01:07:23 Bitcoin: An Inviolable Property Right01:12:11 Present Parallels to Past Revolutions01:15:04 The French RevolutionSOCIALTwitter: https://twitter.com/Breedlove22LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/breedlove22/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/breedlove_22/Medium: https://breedlove22.medium.com/All My Current Work: https://linktr.ee/breedlove22CONTRIBUTEBitcoin: 3D1gfxKZKMtfWaD1bkwiR6JsDzu6e9bZQ7Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32843101&fan_landing=true