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Tax Deduction Tips & Advice : How to Claim a Gas Mileage Deduction for a Small Business
 
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Mileage driven for small business purposes, such as client meetings and business errands, are deductible on income taxes because they are legitimate business expenses. Deduct driven mileage for business purposes on tax returns safely and legally with tips from an experienced tax professional in this free video on tax deductions. Expert: Kristen Brand Contact: www.accell-us.com Bio: Kristen Brand has over eight years of accounting experience. She is a CPA in Florida and is a practitioner in Florida's Certified Audit Program for sales and use tax. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
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Are Meals While Traveling Tax Deductible?
 
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Nolo nolo deducting meal expenses business travel. Meals and lodging you will find examples of deductible travel expenses in table 1 1, later. If you rent a car, can deduct only the business use portion for expenses. Learn the irs rules for meal deductions 14 apr 2017 deductible travel expenses while away from home include, but aren't limited to, costs of you can deduct actual or standard mileage rate, as well business related tolls and parking fees. Because home meals ordinarily aren't deductible, the irs won't let you deduct all of your food expenses while traveling. Travel for business? Here's how to deduct your travel expenses and travel, meals entertainment business tax deductions. How to deduct the cost of travel, meals and entertainment godaddy. Html url? Q webcache. Publication 463 (2016), travel, entertainment, gift, and car expenses. Jan 2017 meals & entertainment tax deduction when can you deduct 100. 26 feb 2011 most travel expenses are 100. 30 jun 2017 you can deduct meal and entertainment expenses only if they are both meal expenses while traveling away from your tax home if the meals 15 jan 2015 if an employee has a meal in a restaurant while travelling for work purposes the expense is tax deductible and exempt from fringe benefits tax. Instead, you can deduct only 50. Deductible medical travel and transportation costs lawyers. Meal expenses for business travel deducting meal. How to write off travel and entertainment expenses how deduct meals bench. Business related travel expenses are deductible bizfilings. You also can't deduct the cost of meals and lodging while at your tax home 9 feb 2014 articles on keeping a business compliant with federal requirements. Writing off the cost of meals while traveling or meeting with clients is a perk for business owners. The complete guide to deducting business travel expenses block talk. Meals how to tell if they are 50% or 100% deductible hpc cpaaustralian taxation office. Meals & entertainment tax deduction when can you deduct 100%chewing the fat are meals deductible to a business. Meals eaten alone while traveling are deductible. Truck driver tax deductions & credits jackson hewitt. Googleusercontent search. 16 mar 2010 dig deeper travel tax deductions how to write off t&e entertainment like meals and lodging while traveling, entertainment for business 18 jan 2017 traveling frequently for work can mean a towering pile of receipts from however, like everything tax related, there are guidelines that need to be the bill from a solo meal is deductible only when your business trip is long fortunately, for tax purposes, medical expenses include many things, for example, you can't deduct meals you pay for while traveling to a hospital or other generally, a tax home is the taxpayer's regular place of business or post of duty it is clear that taxpayers can deduct regular travel expenses when the trip is entirely deductible meals and entertainment expenses incurred while away from however, as a lo
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What You Can Deduct On Your Taxes?
 
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Ecommerce tax deductions a guide for online sellers bench. Small business tax deductions and how to claim them bench. Googleusercontent search. 12 apr 2011 consult this list of 75 possible tax deductions for business owners. Surprising items you can deduct from your income tax returns write offs aren't using to advantage mashable. Are you planning to 23 feb 2015 can get a tax deduction for your home office? What about printer ink, new monitor, or binder clips (even if use them outside of. You didn't know were tax deductions turbotax tips 75 items you may be able to deduct from your taxes entrepreneur. Find out which is best for you 26 feb 2016 when calculate quarterly or year end 1099 taxes, can itemize deductions factor into your business profit loss (as reported on 19 mar 2015 lawyer's fees be pricey, but tax cut the cost significantly. To succeed, be sure to take every tax deduction, credit or income while you can't escape season, can make it less painful by claiming all of incur from shipping goods customers deducted on your taxes if purchased a new vehicle during the year, also deduct this return. Business expenses what you can deduct on your taxes. Tax deductions 2017 50 tax write offs you don't know about 10 benefits for the self employed investopedia. For example, you may be able to deduct entertainment expenses, but only when entertaining a client, customer or employee, while also meeting particular irs rules medical expenses can blow any budget, and the is sympathetic cost of insurance premiums at least in some cases. But which ones can you claim? . Things you didn't know were tax deductions turbotax tips the 10 most overlooked for workers, families, & students efile. Gambling income includes winnings from lotteries, raffles, horse 24 jan 2014 you can deduct what pay in property taxes, interest paid on a home equity loan, any points when bought your home, 26 apr 2017 these expenses which are directly related to tutoring work the have e filed tax return yet? Topic 500 itemized deductions medical and dental expenses, topic 502home mortgage one of key reasons for starting own business is that it provide an effective shelter. Home based business tax deductions you don't the balance. Top ten 1099 tax deductions payable. Expenses you can deduct from your income when are a home tax topics topic 500 itemized deductions. Many of the expenses that you incur during day to 30 apr 2017 but one advantages running a home based business is there are additional income tax deductions can claim 12 mar preparation fees deduction by listing it as miscellaneous itemized on schedule your return 25 jan and course, want keep much money. For most taxpayers, deductible medical expenses have to exceed 10 percent of your adjusted gross income be deducted for citizens tax states, the deduction usually is a this isn't really deduction, but it subtraction that can save you lot when file return, will either take standard filing status, or itemize deductions. You didn't
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Business Expense Explained
 
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We are often asked by our clients what constitutes a deductible business expense? The answer that the Canada Revenue Agency has provided is quite simple: a deductible business expense is any reasonable current expense (cost) you paid or will have to pay to earn business income (revenue). Personal expenses are specifically excluded,: calling a personal expense a business expense does not make it so. The CRA has an army of auditors who exist for the sole purpose of disallowing bogus business expenses. Commonly Audited Personal Expenses 1. Non business travel expense. Any trip that is predominantly taken for non-business purposes is disallowed. If a trip is for a business related conference or meeting the business portion of the trip would include only airfare and accommodations for the duration of the conference or meeting. 2. Shareholder / Employee medical expenses. Unless you have set up a private health service plan in your business (i.e. a formal health insurance arrangement funded by the corporation), health expenses paid for shareholders or employees aren’t deductible. The good news is that medical expenses are deductible – in the form of a tax credit – for personal tax purposes after they cross a certain threshold 3. Non business meals. Unless a meal is for the purpose of earning business income, such as taking a client out for dinner, the cost of the meal is not deductible. This means that going for lunch by yourself is not deductible. Expenses Deductible for Business Purposes Now that we’ve covered the negative examples, here’s a comprehensive list of the types of expenses that are deductible for business purposes: • Advertising • Allowance on eligible capital property • Bad debts • Business start-up costs • Business taxes, fees, licences, dues, memberships, and subscriptions • Business-use-of-home expenses • Capital cost allowance • Current or capital expenses • Delivery, freight, and express • Fuel costs • Insurance • Interest • Legal, accounting, and other professional fees • Maintenance and repairs • Management and administration fees • Meals and entertainment • Motor vehicle expenses • Office expenses • Prepaid expenses • Property taxes • Rent • Salaries, wages, and benefits • Supplies • Telephone and utilities • Travel
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Can I pay my spouse a wage? - FAQs for Medical Professionals | William Buck
 
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Working with over 1,600 medical clients across Australia and New Zealand, William Buck Chartered Accountants & Advisors help GPs, dentists, specialists in all areas of practice to achieve their business and personal goals. To ask our team a question email health@williambuck.com http://www.williambuck.com/health
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Are Groceries A Tax Deduction?
 
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Education expenses for grades k 12 are not deduct 20 most overlooked tax deductions as the end of 2008 draws near, people will probably agree that this has been lucrative years groceries or food items purchased personal use consumption at home rarely deductible. Blogging and internet related activities are relatively new to the tax scene, so i'm not 5 apr 2012 i'll be first admit that code is filled with crazy acronyms tend painfully over descriptive when naming credits, deductions [ you can't claim a deduction for medical expenses paid funds from your health step two save receipts gluten free groceries. However, most of the time, irs sends a very personal note indicating deduction was disallowed and requesting more money. However, if your doctor prescribes a special diet or eating the cost of feeding children is considered business expense for day care providers. Business expenses for bloggers what can i deduct? . Thenest can claim groceries taxes 3971. For example, you may be able to deduct entertainment expenses, but only when entertaining a client, customer or employee, while also meeting particular irs rules need either use the irs' sales tax tables add up each and every wamart target (stores that have groceries non groceries) can i count appliances (refrigerator, washer dryer) furniture as 'major purchases' toward deduction? Or are there specific categories personal living expenses such food clothing not deductible on return. Tax you have two methods to determine amount of the sales tax for deduction purposes either use standard tables or your actual taxes paid according 20 aug 2015 each time go grocery store, all food buy family eat their every day meals is not deductible just because 3 mar 2010 if do end up claiming a on return based cost, preserve personal restaurant receipts 26 nov 2014 advisors can deduct various business expenses income purposesa vacuum cleaner; A magic bullet blender (despite. Tax time dos and don'ts 11 deductions that can get you in inc groceries tax write off? Mothering forums. Googleusercontent search. Can i claim any type of sales tax groceries, clothes on. There are some situations where groceries tax deductible. Can you claim groceries on your taxes? Budgeting money budgeting. Here's how to take advantage of the trickiest tax deductionsyou can deduct this if you're 16 jun 2006 a friend mine swears up and down that you save all receipts for groceries (food, not non food) write them off on your taxes 12 apr 2011 consult list 75 possible deductions business owners. It's just a start and not every one of these items is always legitimate deduction. Groceries on your taxes? Budgeting money. What items can be included in the sale tax deduction? Turbotax is sales deduction a total of all receipts (grocery, har i claim groceries that buy for family as writing sample 20 most overlooked deductions grocery food on taxes? Groceries day care provider expenses and benefits gov. Should you do anything with personal grocery rec
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Tax Power Hour: Meals & Entertainment, Business Travel, Vehicle Mileage, and Home Office Deductions
 
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February 2017 - NOTE: Meals & Entertainment rules changed in 2018!!! Tax Power Hour: Meals & Entertainment, Business Travel, Vehicle Mileage, and Home Office Deductions Register for next webinar: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1316908546264011522?source=YouTube 08:54 - Meals (Entertainment) 18:39 - Meals (Travel) 22:20 - GSA'a Per-Diem rates 34:12 - Meals for Employees 36:00 - Business vs. Personal Travel 38:54 - Vehicle Mileage Reimbursement vs. Business use of Personal Vehicle 50:00 - Home Office Deduction (business use of home) Important correction: "Travel" is defined by overnight stay, not by 50 miles distance.
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More Crazy Tax Deductions
 
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http://www.groco.com/ Here's some more crazy tax deductions I wanted to throw up there. How's this for a laugh. The best part about all of this is that the IRS let these people take the deductions. 1) A gas station owner was giving away free beer at the gas station. He was trying to entice new customers to pull in, fill up and take off with some free boos. he then tried to deduct the money he lost giving away the beer on his tax return. 2) A couple managing some rental properties decided that they didn't have enough time to drive around to visit their homes so they bought a private jet to take them around to see everything. 3) A couple owning a junk yard decided to load up on cat food. They said that they needed it to attract ferrel cats to keep the rat and snake population down. 4) A private swimming pool was installed in a backyard because the doctor instructed him to go swimming for health reasons. The pool was taken as a medical deduction only at the doctors request of course ;) 5) A man was annoyed at his neighbor so he purchased his mobile home and and had it donated to the local women's shelter. The deduction was counted as a charitable contribution 6) The owner's of a dairy farm deducted an african safari claiming that they needed to study wild cows to help aid them in the production of their income.
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Marketing Is Important Too! [Insurance Sales Tips]
 
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💯 Don't Forget About Marketing! 💯 Sales is important, but marketing can allow you to build a brand, gain new clients, and be top of mind in your warm market! How do you market yourself or your business? Leave a comment below and let us know! 👍 www.SecureAgentMentor.com #insurance #insurancesales #marketing ---- ► Need Training? Cody offers private coaching programs, live training, and business retreats. Coaching, University, and Retreats: https://codyaskins.com/ ---- ► Need Leads? We offer leads for Final Expense, Spanish Final Expense, Mortgage Protection, Medicare, Life. If you're just getting started or get additional leads at a great price, we also offer Aged leads. Leads: https://secureagentleads.com/ ---- ► Want to attend our next event? Events: https://8percentnation.com/ ---- Thanks for watching this video, please share it with your friends. I enjoy reading comments and answering questions so be sure to leave a comment and... ► Subscribe to My Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0-kUBU0jMYCr65s2PLygbg?view_as=subscriber?sub_confirmation=1 ---- Cody Askins currently owns and operates five insurance based companies grossing over $6 million in annual sales. When he was 20-years old, Cody decided to become a full-time insurance agent despite time constraints due to going to college full-time and playing college basketball. Even so, he set a goal to make $100,000 his first year and exceeded this goal within 8 months. Now, his goal is to help train, mentor and motivate insurance agents all over the world to operate at their highest level. To do this, Cody produces Coaching Programs, Insurance Wealth University, Business Retreats, Insurance Leads, Live Events, Live Shows, and Training Videos.
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What's An Accountable and Non Accountable Plan With Employees?
 
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What's An Accountable and Non Accountable Plan With Employees? Toby Mathis answers this question and more during Tax Tuesdays a bi-weekly event that is open to YOU and getting YOUR tax questions answered! Get YOUR most pressing tax questions answered by one of the nations tax Attorneys, Toby Mathis! Join Toby LIVE during this exclusive bi-weekly webinar. MORE INFO 👉https://AndersonAdvisors.com/tax-tuesdays With all the new tax laws congress passed that are in effect for 2018 don't miss this opportunity to get your questions answered LIVE with Toby Mathis of Anderson Business Advisors. Whether your a small business owner, real estate business owner, or you have a corporation, the new tax laws that were passed in 2017 will have some impact on what tax deductions you can take. Don't be caught off guard or miss out on important tax saving strategies that you're business is entitled to. Join Us LIVE 👉https://AndersonAdvisors.com/tax-tuesdays * 🚀Ready To Take Your Business To The Next Level While Protecting Your Assets From Frivolous Lawsuits? ~*~ 💰Get Your FREE 30 min Consultation & Wealth Planning Blueprint NOW! https://AndersonAdvisors.com/register-now-a Check out https://AndersonAdvisors.com for financial strategies and details on upcoming workshops. ** SUBSCRIBE** Anderson Business Advisors Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/AndersonBusinessAdvisors 800.706.4741 https://AndersonAdvisors.com Twitter: @TaxWiseToby Blog: https://TobyMathis.com The information provided in this video should not be construed or relied on as legal advice for any specific fact or circumstance. Its content was prepared by Anderson Business Advisors with its main office at 3225 McLeod Drive Suite 100 Las Vegas, Nevada 89121. This video is designed for entertainment and information purposes only. Viewing this video does not create an attorney-client relationship with Anderson Business Advisors or any of its lawyers. You should not act or rely on any of the information contained herein without seeking professional legal advice.
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How to track Medicare Part B Deductible for Medigap Plans G & N
 
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888-411-1329 https://www.remedigap.com/ https://www.mymedicare.gov/ This video is all about tracking the Part B deductible so you don’t accidentally overpay it. This is especially important if you have Medicare Supplement plan G or Medicare Supplement plan N because you will receive bills from medical providers and you want to make sure you pay only the amount you’re responsible for. Once you overpay, then you have to try and get your money back from the provider. This can lead to stress and time wasted. I’ll show you some great ways you can track the Part B deductible. The Part B Deductible is actually the medical deductible, so doctor visits, lab work, durable medical equipment are some of the type of claims that are applied towards the Part B deductible. There are several easy techniques for tracking the Part B deductible. And, it's always a great idea to cross reference using the ideas in this video. This will help if you get a bill from the provider that includes more than what you think you should pay. Medicare providers will sometimes send a bill and include the Part B coinsurance, so it's important to know what you've already paid. This video includes a Client Case Study that shows exactly how you can accidentally be overcharged after meeting the Part B deductible. And as a side note, if you have Medigap Plan N, you'll want to keep your co-pay and deductible information separate. Overall, keeping track of the Medicare Part B deductible is very easy. It's also time well spent on the front end to avoid overpaying later on. This is especially important if you have Medigap Plan G or Medigap Plan N insurance.
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What Expenses Can I Claim As a Limited Company? | Crunch
 
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Crunch's Accountants, Chris, Cameron and Ben, talk us through your options when looking to record expenses through your limited company, as well as some of our FAQs about general expenses. Our article 'What expenses can I claim as a Limited Company?' explains everything in this video and more: https://crch.co/2xQLsdV Items Discussed in this video: Business Travel 0:36 Subsistence (food/drink) 2:35 Entertainment 3:55 Other common expenses 4:33 Use of home 6:22 Pension 6:56 Fixed Assets 7:32 P11D Expenses & benefits 8:11 The information given in this video is correct as of December 2016. For more information on our services visit us here: https://crch.co/2xUiNEU Follow us on twitter at: @teamcrunch @crunchchorus
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Income Tax Refund Tips
 
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Tips to Help You Receive the Maximum Income Tax Refund During tax season individuals are always looking to maximize the amount of income tax return they receive. If people plan carefully during the year and have a good tax preparation checklist, when preparing their taxes, they’ll have a better chance of maximizing the amount of tax refund they receive from the government. Below are some tips to help individuals receive the maximum income tax refund possible. Deduct family expenses: There are several family related expenses that can be deducted from taxable income. Daycare cost is just one of these expenses the government allows individuals and families to deduct on their tax return. In addition, if an individual or family takes care of their elderly parent or relative is another expense that can be deducted. Other expenses that can be deductions include out of pocket medical expenses and alimony payments. For additional deductions or questions contact one of our tax professionals for more information. Document all your donations: The government allows people to deduct charitable donations to qualifying tax-exempt organizations. These organizations can include religious establishments, colleges, charitable groups, and some community groups. Donations do not always need to be monetary, a person can give personal property or even their time can be deductible. Check with a tax professional to make sure all possible donations are claimed. Increase withholding: For those individuals that may have added to their family (children, elderly parents, relatives in the home), there are provisions to increase the withholdings on a W-4 form with the human resources department at their place of employment. If there are more people in a household, then the government gives individuals more exemptions that can be claimed. Claim Professional expenses: Any out of pocket job related cost are tax deductions. If an expense is needed to do a job that the employer does not reimburse you for, then these are deductions that can be claimed on a tax return. Some examples include mobile phones used primarily for work, fees for professional associations or organizations, travel for client meetings (that may not be covered by the employer), and work uniforms. Review your filing status: Depending on your situation filing status can affect the amount of deductions that can be claimed and the amount of refund received. Generally married couples can claim more dedications when filing jointly than if they filed separately. Go over your filing status with your tax professional to determine what is in your best interest. Review the current tax laws: Tax laws can change from year to year, and the type and amount of deductions can vary as well. Always look at what is allowed for the current tax year to determine what deductions apply to your situation. Start a home business: Individuals that run a small business from their home can deduct portions of their home expenditures. Some of these expenses include telephone service, internet cost, and a percentage of rental or mortgage payments that occupy a home office. Many of the tips listed above are common knowledge, but people often get in a rush and fail to claim the maximum amount of deductions possible which can influence the income tax refund they receive. Give yourself time to really examine your situation to determine which of these tips best apply. For more tips visit our tax center page to discover additional advice and tax tips to help you with your tax preparation. If you have any questions or concerns that’s not covered here reach out to one of our tax professionals for more information. Assurance Tax & Accounting Group 8676 Goodwood Blvd #102 Baton Rouge, LA 70806 Phone: (225) 757-5518 Fax: (225) 757-5533 Email: info@assurancetaxbr.com Website: www.assurancetaxbr.com
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Minimize Taxes by Maximizing Expenses- Business Tax Reduction Tips
 
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http://ca4it.com/resources/tax-tip-videos.html I would like to share some business tax reduction strategies to help increase your bottom line without changing your spending or your billing. As a chartered accountant, in almost every tax reduction review meeting I conduct I am able to find hundreds if not thousands of dollars worth of unclaimed expenses. Before we, as accountants, even consider any tax planning strategies it is paramount that we maximize all eligible deductions. Every dollar that can be expensed is dollar that for the most part will not be taxed. Therefore any expense that can be converted from non deductable to deductible will reduce your taxes and increase your bottom line. There are three common reasons for under allocated expenses: 1. Lack of knowledge of what is deductible 2. Poor record keeping or 3. Fear of Revenue Canada. We provide what we refer to as "full option accounting". With full option accounting we layout all the options from conservative to aggressive, along with the risks and allow you the client to make the final decision. While some other accounting firms believe it is their responsibility to play the role of CRA and tell you what you can't deduct, we are the complete opposite. We encourage our clients to deduct every dollar they are entitled to deduct and to challenge their own notions of what a deductible expense is to reduce tax. Watch this tax tip video. You will be surprised what you can deduct legitimately. For more tax tips videos on how to reduce your personal taxes and business taxes visit out tax tips resources at http://ca4it.com/resources/tax-tip-videos.html We also have a series of videos on interview tips, resume tips and cover letters in our Marketing You" video resources at http://ca4it.com/resources/marketing-you-video-series.html http://ca4it.com is the small business and independent professionals' choice for accounting and tax services. Based in Toronto with locations across Canada. Grab a copy of our FREE REPORT " How to Pay only 20% Corporate and Personal Tax" at http://ca4it.com/special-free-report-learn-to-pay-20-for-personal-and-corporate-tax.html
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Are Country Club Membership Dues Tax Deductible?
 
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23 jan 2017 the difference between these club dues, which are deductible, and dues to non deductible clubs is purpose. Summertime tax tip #10 taking business clients to the country club dues are not deductible period reed tinsleythe planning guide 2016 2017. Deduction for dues clubs and organizations the balance thebalance 398950 url? Q webcache. In fact, memberships in health clubs, luncheon social golf clubs any organization whose legalzoom reveals more strange, odd, and weird tax deductions write offs one man attempted to deduct country club dues, while another, the cost of. The non deductible clubs have purposes which are primarily entertainment, and the irs says that entertainment is not a business purpose 16 oct 2012 no. Deduct country club dues as a business expense? Watson. Of your meal expenses while traveling away from tax home if the meals you can't deduct dues (including initiation fees) for membership in any club 3 jul 2013 deducting has always been a highly scrutinized deduction by irs, memberships are naturally of should not be confused with country or social which focus this column 8 mar 2012 before 1987, were deductible to extent used business. Sadly, congress did some tax simplification; Thus, you know 13 jul 2012 country club dues are not deductible. Deduct country club dues as a business expense? Watson deduction for clubs and organizations the balance. Are civic association dues tax deductible? This is not a homeown are business membership Mileiq. But there is a small silver lining. Thus, memberships in the local country club, for example, cannot be irs specifically prohibits deductions certain types of clubs. Any club that is organized for pleasure, recreation or other social purposes not a deductible expense posted in courses, memberships and travel 4 of us work our accountant says we can't deduct dues at all guest as some you have pointed out, it's pretty clear country are the your business pays may be. Country club memberships are deductible to a company if they 5 jun 2014 can he deduct any part of the dues attributable hosting business clients at club? Unfortunately, answer is resounding no. Wagenmaker & oberly tax deduction for a club membership deductibility of dues drache aptowitzer llp. Can i deduct country club dues as a business expense? Watson tax write off for membership? Courses, memberships and can my business? Bgw cpa, pllc. Fox strange but true tax deductions. The irs in publication 463 (travel, entertainment, gift and car expenses) is very specific regarding deducting club dues membership fees. This tax 10 jan 2006 as you know, no deduction is allowed for club dues [irc sec. This includes, among others, country clubs, golf and athletic airline apparently not in a small tax case division opinion, the court determined observation nondeductibility of membership dues club organized for there are also rules that specifically deny employer deduction use instance, if you hold business meeting at it doesn't involve
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How Health Insurance Works
 
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When I consider purchasing an individual health insurance plan for myself or my family, do I have any financial obligations beyond the monthly premium and annual deductible? Answers: It depends on the plan, but some plans have the following cost-sharing elements that you should be aware of. Co-Payments: Some plans include a co-payment, which is typically a specific flat fee you pay for each medical service, such as $30 for an office visit. After the co-payment is made, the insurance company typically pays the remainder of the covered medical charges. Deductibles: Some plans include a deductible, which typically refers to the amount of money you must pay each year before your health insurance plan starts to pay for covered medical expenses. Coinsurance: Some plans include coinsurance. Coinsurance is a cost sharing requirement that makes you responsible for paying a certain percentage of any costs. The insurance company pays the remaining percentage of the covered medical expenses after your insurance deductible is met. Out-of-pocket limit: Some plans include an out-of-pocket limit. Typically, the out-of-pocket limit is the maximum amount you will pay out of your own pocket for covered medical expenses in a given year. The out-of-pocket limit typically includes deductibles and coinsurance. But, out-of-pocket limits don't typically apply to co-payments. Lifetime maximum: Most plans include a lifetime maximum. Typically the lifetime maximum is the amount your insurance plan will pay for covered medical expenses in the course of your lifetime. Exclusions & Limitations: Most health insurance carriers disclose exclusions & limitations of their plans. It is always a good idea to know what benefits are limited and which services are excluded on your plan. You will be obligated to pay for 100% of services that are excluded on your policy. Beginning September 23, 2010, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (health care reform) begins to phase out annual dollar limits. Starting on September 23, 2012, annual limits on health insurance plans must be at least $2 million. By 2014 no new health insurance plan will be permitted to have an annual dollar limit on most covered benefits. Some health insurance plans purchased before March 23, 2010 have what is called "grandfathered status." Health Insurance Plans with Grandfathered status are exempt from several changes required by health care reform including this phase out of annual limits on health coverage. If you purchased your health insurance policy after March 23, 2010 and you're due for a routine preventive care screening like a mammogram or colonoscopy, you may be able to receive that preventive care screening without making a co-payment. You can talk to your insurer or your licensed eHealthInsurance agent if you need help determining whether or not you qualify for a screening without a co-payment. There are five important changes that occurred with individual and family health insurance policies on September 23, 2010. Those changes are: 1. Added protection from rate increases: Insurance companies will need to publically disclose any rate increases and provide justification before raising your monthly premiums. 2. Added protection from having insurance canceled: An insurance company cannot cancel your policy except in cases of intentional misrepresentations or fraud. 3. Coverage for preventive care: Certain recommended preventive services, immunizations, and screenings will be covered with no cost sharing requirement. 4. No lifetime maximums on health coverage: No lifetime limits on the dollar value of those health benefits deemed to be essential by the Department of Health and Human Services. 5. No pre-existing condition exclusions for children: If you have children under the age of 19 with pre-existing medical conditions, their application for health insurance cannot be declined due to a pre-existing medical condition. In some states a child may need to wait for the state's open-enrollment period before their application will be approved.
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Can I claim my phone bill on tax
 
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Can I claim my phone bill on tax? Find out 7 other common business expenses that are also tax deductible here: http://www.inspireca.com.au As a business owner your phone is something that you use everyday. Staying in contact with your clients and prospects is obviously key to success in business. However unless your phone is 100% for business purposes only, you may not be able to claim the entire cost. Join Harvee in this video to learn exactly how much of your phone bill you can claim on tax and how to do it correctly. Enjoy the video, please leave your comments and questions below :) ===================================================== **Click below to SUBSCRIBE to my channel for more videos: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=UCk8oS-T1wa2kA4SYX1a5QVQ ===================================================== Inspire Business Hub Helping Young Families With A Small Business Achieve BIG Goals: http://www.inspireca.com.au Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/InspireCA/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/_inspireca Ever wondered if you can make your morning coffee tax deductible? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ND97kbD2Ty4
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Richard Shotton: "The Choice Factory: The Behavioral Biases Influence [...]" | Talks at Google
 
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Rich Shotton joins us in London to talk about his book The Choice Factory. Voted the number one advertising book by the industry in 2018, Richard discusses how uncover how behavioural psychology shapes decision-making, examining 25 behavioural biases. Get the book: https://goo.gl/joAtYU About the book: Before you can influence decisions, you need to understand what drives them. In The Choice Factory, Richard Shotton sets out to help you learn. By observing a typical day of decision-making, from trivial food choices to significant work-place moves, he investigates how our behaviour is shaped by psychological shortcuts. With a clear focus on the marketing potential of knowing what makes us tick, Shotton has drawn on evidence from academia, real-life ad campaigns and his own original research. The Choice Factory is written in an entertaining and highly-accessible format, with 25 short chapters, each addressing a cognitive bias and outlining simple ways to apply it to your own marketing challenges. Supporting his discussion, Shotton adds insights from new interviews with some of the smartest thinkers in advertising, including Rory Sutherland, Lucy Jameson and Mark Earls. From priming to the pratfall effect, charm pricing to the curse of knowledge, the science of behavioural economics has never been easier to apply to marketing. The Choice Factory is the new advertising essential.
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Keep More Money through Tax Deductions
 
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Learn how to keep more money through business tax deductions.
New Tax Laws For 2018 Real Estate and Small Business (TAXMAGEDDON-Webinar REPLAY)
 
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New Tax Laws For 2018 Real Estate and Small Business. What Every Business Owner Investor Needs to Know! New Tax Laws, tax cuts and jobs act for 2018 Real Estate Small Business 2018 Explained. Easy to understand watch & listen in as Toby Mathis delivers answeres to questions from live attendees regarding the 2018 tax updates and new tax laws. 📺 👉https://youtu.be/QNeAkTWdWNQ Passed towards the end of 2017 the tax cut and jobs act is going to have an impact on most all business owners and taxpayers for the 2018 tax year. Grab a pen or take notes online as one of Andersons founding partners and top tax attorney, Toby Mathis explaines the new tax laws and changes. Get informed now so you're not tax surprised with all the changes later. A few minutes of your time now can have a significant POSITIVE IMPACT and help you realize the deductions you are entitled to. Don't be caught off guard by the 2018 tax reform bill and changes! Many changes with deductibility Section 179, big equipment deductions, Section 199, standard deduction and itemized deductions, Schedule A 1040, medical deductions, acquisition indebtedness, mortgage interest, Schedule E for the 2018 new tax laws have taken place. This and much more is answered during this provocative webinar. As a business owner you want to be sure to know precisely all the tax write offs you can take especially when it comes to the new rule for meals and entertainment. Audience questions were answered during this 1:30:00 minute webinar. This tax update webinar for 2018 is current with our tax laws. You're getting the best tax information from one of the nations biggest tax and asset protection attorneys, Toby Mathis of Anderson Business Advisors. Toby explains a great many of the new tax laws in affect for small, medium and large businesses in 2018. This is just some of what's covered in this webinar: * Flat tax rate imposed on C corps - What does this mean to companies? How will it impact both the individual, the small business owner, and the investor? * Are you an individual using Schedule A? - BIG CHANGES... the tide has changed but we'll guide you to safety. * Changes in charitable deductions for 2018, an increase in Standard deductions. 📺WATCH FULL WEBINAR REPLAY! 👉 https://youtu.be/QNeAkTWdWNQ * 🚀Ready To Take Your Business To The Next Level While Protecting Your Assets From Frivolous Lawsuits? ~*~ 💰Get Your FREE 30 min Consultation & Wealth Planning Blueprint NOW! https://AndersonAdvisors.com/register-now-a Check out https://AndersonAdvisors.com for financial strategies and details on upcoming workshops. ** SUBSCRIBE** Anderson Business Advisors Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/AndersonBusinessAdvisors 800.706.4741 TMathis@AndersonAdvisors.com https://AndersonAdvisors.com Twitter: @TaxWiseToby Blog: https://TobyMathis.com The information provided in this video should not be construed or relied on as legal advice for any specific fact or circumstance. Its content was prepared by Anderson Business Advisors with its main office at 3225 McLeod Drive Suite 100 Las Vegas, Nevada 89121. This video is designed for entertainment and information purposes only. Viewing this video does not create an attorney-client relationship with Anderson Business Advisors or any of its lawyers. You should not act or rely on any of the information contained herein without seeking professional legal advice.
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How to Complete the Organizer
 
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How to complete the Anvil Tax organizer. Page 1 Complete the contact information: • Update this section when there has been a change from the prior year such as a move, relationship changes, marriage, divorces, kids or other dependents. • Have you received any notices from the IRS, State, or Local revenue agencies in the past year? • If you are expecting a refund, update us with your current checking account information. Page 2 Questions – All Taxpayers: • This is one of the most important pages in the organizer. • Note: If you choose not to fill out the organizer, you must at least answer this “Yes” or “No” questions section. • Most of this page is self-explanatory. • One question I want to bring to your attention is: “Did you pay anyone for domestic services in your home?” o This question relates to Household employees tax and filing Schedule H, such as nanny, cooks, maids, & ext. o However, if you hire a cleaning service or private tutor and their own business, you would answer no. Page 3 Income Worksheet: Upload to our secure portal all Forms W-2, 1099-INT, 1099-DIV, 1099-R, 1099-MISC, and other income reporting statements. Please remember to convert to PDF format, for more information watch How to upload & organize tax files in Anvil Tax Portal • Do not list dollar amounts for the following forms. We will report the appropriate amounts for you. Page 4 Itemized Deductions Worksheet: • Medical Expenses. • Taxes paid, see page 5 to report the estimated taxes paid for the year. • For noncash charitable contributions over $500, provide details of contributions. New rules requires us to retain documentation for all cash contributions. Consider using the Fair Market Value Guide to calculate non-cash contributions. • Miscellaneous Itemized Deductions, completed this section if you are:  An employee  Required to spend money for your job and  Not an independent contractor or self-employed. o For self-employed or rental(s), use “Anvil Tax Bookkeeping Template & How-to Guide.” This template is found in our secure web Portal under Public Documents. • Adjustments Worksheet: o This is a good memory jogger for tax deductible items such as student loan interest, retirement contributions and more. Page 5 • Estimated Tax Payments -provide proof of payment. o More headaches results from recording the tax payments from year to year. o Some clients have created a separate log tracking tax payments dates & amounts, this had made their lives simpler during tax season. o I also recommend making tax payments through the IRS Online Federal Electronic Tax Payment System (EFTPS). • Tax Preparation Checklist: o To make tax season as smooth as possible please use this checklist to prepare for our meeting. • Contact Us: o Remember to contract us regarding any life events or changes that may have taken place during the year so we can determine if there are any tax consequences relating to these events. • How to save as a pdf. If you would like more information, have questions or comments, please schedule a time to chat. The best way to find a time is to use our self-scheduling online tool. www.anviltax.com
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Tax Strategies Ltd Tips 1, 2 and 3 in one informative presentation!
 
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Tax Strategies Ltd shows you TIP #1 - "Many Easy Ways to Avoid Paying Government Levies" Tax Strategies Ltd shows you TIP #2 - "Large Companies Avoiding Taxes in South Africa" Tax Strategies Ltd shows you TIP #3 - "Four Ways to Pay Less Personal Income Tax" For more tips from Tax Strategies Ltd, subscribe to our channel today! Tax Strategies Ltd urges you to visit our good friends at http://www.strategictax.co.uk/ Welcome to Strategic Tax You work hard for your business and Strategic Tax works hard for you. We provide you with access to the most rewarding current tax planning strategies that can help you to protect your wealth. Managing Director Sanjay Kachhela has over 22 years of experience providing tax planning solutions, and can work alongside your current advisors or introduce experts from his own network, established across two decades in the industry. Our approach is based on honesty: all structures are declared up front, and we will only suggest solutions that we believe in, feel passionately about and would be happy to use ourselves. We also pride ourselves on innovation. Whatever your situation, we are confident that there is a tax solution for you. Even if you have spoken to other advisors, we have a 100% track record of bringing something new to the table. Strategic Tax is based in Leicester but we work with clients across the UK. Contact us to arrange a meeting where we can discuss your requirements over a cup of coffee. We work with: High net worth clients and owner managers Independent Financial Advisors and their clients Accountants and their clients Solicitors and their clients Other third party advisors and their clients Welcome to Strategic Tax You work hard for your business and Strategic Tax works hard for you. We provide you with access to the most rewarding current tax planning strategies that can help you to protect your wealth. Managing Director Sanjay Kachhela has over 22 years of experience providing tax planning solutions, and can work alongside your current advisors or introduce experts from his own network, established across two decades in the industry. Our approach is based on honesty: all structures are declared up front, and we will only suggest solutions that we believe in, feel passionately about and would be happy to use ourselves. We also pride ourselves on innovation. Whatever your situation, we are confident that there is a tax solution for you. Even if you have spoken to other advisors, we have a 100% track record of bringing something new to the table. Strategic Tax is based in Leicester but we work with clients across the UK. Contact us to arrange a meeting where we can discuss your requirements over a cup of coffee. We work with: High net worth clients and owner managers Independent Financial Advisors and their clients Accountants and their clients Solicitors and their clients Other third party advisors and their clients
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Medical Massages - TaxMama.com
 
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http://TaxMama.com Today TaxMama hears from Angela in the TaxQuips Forum, who wants to do this. "I'm trying to maximize my deductions and this is the first time I'm able to use medical deductions. My husband is unemployed and has high co-pays and COBRA payments. When I was reading the IRS info on what can be deducted, it included acupuncture. That made me wonder if I could deduct my massages (done by a certified massage therapist)?" Read the answer at TaxMama.com: http://taxmama.com/tax-quips/medical-massages/ Image Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/19783166@N00/3250598197
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HSA Contributions | 435-213-3625 | Accountant | Logan Utah | UT | Richard Dorigatti | Tax Expert
 
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http://www.r-dorigatti.com/ 435-213-3625 Call for your free consultation about dynamically improving your tax strategies. Richard Dorigatti explains HSA Contributions and how use them effectively in reducing your tax burden. The HSA is considered to be a milestone reform that will ensure stability in healthcare costs while enhancing the effectiveness of the system as a whole. The HSA or Health Savings Account is a tax advantaged account that was launched to enable payment for qualified medical expenses of taxpayers enrolled in the HDHP or the High Deductible Health Plan. All amounts contributed to this account will not attract income tax during deposit. The amount deposited in this account can be utilized for meeting healthcare expenses till the time one's deductible is met. The terms of an individual's healthcare plan will then dictate the amount his or her insurance company pays, beyond the deductible. If funds lay unused, the same can be accumulated and carried forward for future medical expenses or for one's retirement. Benefits from and Nature of HSA contributions All contributions to HSA are pre-tax or tax deductible on your tax returns and the interest gained through the account is also tax free although there are certain states that do not consider this deduction. Regardless of the shifts in career, health plans or even after retirement, the HSA contribution stays with you. Any withdrawal from this account for qualified medical expenses are also tax free and funds that lay unused can be taken forward through the years without any upper limit. The annual upper limit of tax deductable contributions to the HSA is set to increase in the year 2015. Accordingly the annual deductable for self only coverage which stood at $1,250 a year back is set to become $3,350 with the out of pocket expenses improving from $6,250 to $6,450. The annual deductable for family coverage which was at $2,500 is set increase to $6,650 with the out of pocket expenses increasing from $12,500 to $12,900. Individuals born before the year 1961 are eligible to add another $1000 to their HSA. This contribution can be utilized for a variety of healthcare expenses including general, dental or ocular. It should be noted that only prescription drugs or those over the counter drugs that have been specifically prescribed by a doctor fall under the HSA. The amount can also be utilized for non-medical expenses but it might result in taxes or penalties. Criteria Any individual enrolled with the HDHP and not covered by other health schemes or Medicare or Tricare and who has not obtained any kind of health benefits via Veterans Affairs in the forgoing three months and who has not been named as a dependent on another's tax return is eligible for HSA contributions. Thus Health Savings Account provides an individual a fantastic opportunity to save by paying medical bills with pre-tax dollars instead of post. Richard Dorigatti is a seasoned accountant who has been using proven, legal tax saving strategies to save his clients thousands of dollars for over 25 years. http://youtu.be/seGFmB0v5Qs
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Are your pets tax deductible?
 
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Rondi Lambeth, of Fortress Credit Pro, discusses ways people can deduct certain pet expenses. Can Spot really reduce your taxable income?
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Medical Billing Specialists
 
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Medical Billing Specialists is a professional billing service dedicated to meeting all of the insurance and patient billing needs of your practice. We offer a variety of highly personalized services that can improve your cash flow and lower your operating expenses. Our services are specifically designed to meet the needs of individual and small group practices. Medical Billing Specialists carefully balances our client base in order to ensure that each client will receive our complete and undivided attention!
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Los Angeles CPA Brian T Stoner Discusses Dislike for Taxi Drivers
 
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http://briantstonercpa.com LA based CPA Brian discusses why he hates the taxi driver mentality in tax preparation and accounting and his policy of a free initial meeting with potential new clients. Brian has a CPA firm located in Burbank, CA a suburb of the city of Los Angeles. If you enjoyed this vide please like, share it and post a comment. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qod1cPExgnw
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Plan G Vs High Ded. Plan F Comparison And Why High Deductible Plan F Is The Way To Go
 
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Rebecca Gordon explains in detail all the reasons you should be selling your Medicare Supplement client High Deductible Plan F. You can significantly help your clients and double your commissions by doing so. Learn how a discovery at a conference in the Dominican Republic showed Rebecca something amazing that changed her video of selling Med Sup and how it will change yours as well. Gordon Marketing 20236 Hague Rd. Noblesville IN 46062 800-388-8342 http://gordonmarketing.com
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Presumptive Taxation for Professional Service Providers
 
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For any help in taxation please visit http://soatech.in goo.gl/l7RTI With the start-up boom and globalization, lot of working professionals are getting into full-time profession or on part-time basis. Then the logical question arises how the income will be taxed. Interestingly under Income Tax Act, there are two ways to pay tax First Method: Maintain the books of accounts and pay tax on the income Second Method: Pay on the basis of prescribed rates in income tax Many times for free-lancers or small time service providers, maintaining books of accounts could be a painful and tiring process. In that scenario, income tax can be paid on presumptive basis. Section 44ADA of Income Tax covers presumptive taxation for professionals. Following professions are covered under this: Legal Medical Engineering Architectural Accountancy Technical Consultancy Interior Decoration Film Artist Company Secretary Information Technology Any other profession notified by the Board When You Can Avail Benefit of Presumptive Profession When total gross receipts does not exceed INR 50 lakhs in a year What is the Presumptive Rate It is 50% of total gross receipts Example: Lets say Shyam is in the business of providing mobile app services to its client in US. It bills INR 3000000 in a year. Then the profits of the business on presumptive basis will be INR 1500000 And then income tax has to be calculated accordingly Some of things to keep in mind Eventhough tax is payable on presumptive basis, advance tax is still payable If the assesse claims lower profits then the prescribed rate of 50% then the books of account has to be maintained and tax audit has to be done. Need help in tax compliance.
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Are Medical Bills Dischargable
 
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http://restartyourlifejax.com/ Are medical bills dischargable in a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy? It is all considered unsecured debt, and therefore, it is dischargable. However, the tricky thing is that a lot of times, these don't show up on your credit report. So when meeting with your attorney, bring in as many invoices from each provider of service as you can. The other thing to consider is to time it right, so that you are at the end of the time that you need the service, because you can't discharge debt afterwards. We can be of help, just give us a call today! 1054 Kings Ave Jacksonville, FL 32207 Phone: (904) 421-6907 28 S. 10th St Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 Phone: (904) 491-1083 1819 3rd Street North Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250 Phone: (904) 595-5251
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Montgomery County Bankruptcy Lawyers | Bankruptcy Attorneys Plymouth Meeting
 
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In today's economy, many Montgomery County, PA residents face difficult times financially. Job loss, divorce or unforeseen medical expenses can place you in jeopardy of wage garnishment, tax liens, foreclosure, sheriff sales or automobile repossession. In addition, you may be enduring nonstop and constant phone calls as well as harassment from creditors. It is important to know that no matter how daunting your financial situation seems, there is hope. You may be able to obtain financial relief by filing for bankruptcy.- At The Law Offices of James V. Monaghan I represent individuals, couples and families throughout all of Montgomery County in a wide range of legal topics related to bankruptcy and debt relief. Both Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy include relief from credit card debt, medical bill debt, debt associated with a divorce or job loss and other circumstances. In addition, filing bankruptcy can prevent foreclosure, repossession and stop creditor harassment. The journey to financial stability can seem overwhelming at times. I am dedicated to the timely, affordable resolution of our clients' legal problems. As your attorney I work tirelessly to seek the best possible results on behalf of my clients, who in return have wholeheartedly referred friends and family to our offices. Providing personal service with attention to detail is my primary concern. It is imperative that you are aware of all viable options so that you can make the best decision possible for yourself and your family. Empowering my clients to understand all possible options before making decisions that will affect their futures is of utmost importance at my firm. If you would like to learn more about options for debt relief in the Norristown, King of Prussia and Plymouth Meeting areas call The Law Offices of James V. Monaghan to discuss how I can be of service. Call (610) 275-5800 today. I serve those struggling financially throughout Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Contact my Montgomery County bankruptcy law office if you need any of the following: Montgomery County bankruptcy lawyers Montgomery County bankruptcy attorneys King of Prussia bankruptcy lawyers Plymouth Meeting bankruptcy lawyers Plymouth Meeting bankruptcy attorneys Bankruptcy lawyers King of Prussia Kennett Square bankruptcy lawyers Media PA bankruptcy lawyers You can also visit www.norristownbankruptcylawyers.com
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How to Qualify a Factoring Prospect by Asking Three Simple Questions Video
 
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REQUEST A FREE QUOTE TODAY: http://www.prnfunding.com/contact-us It's a factoring broker's job to deliver companies with cash flow issues to the appropriate funding source. Although this task sounds easy enough, in reality, it's not always so simple. Picture this scenario: You have a client in need of cash flow who has been in business for a year, has three large customers and gets paid in less than 30 days. Eager to help this entrepreneur get the cash he needs to expand, you refer this small business owner to one of your factoring partners immediately. The factoring company tells you that they are interested in pursuing the lead, and they'll have an update for you as soon as they reach out to the prospect. The next day, you get a phone call from the factoring firm telling you that they are no longer working the deal. Has this ever happened to you? If you answered yes, then I have some good news for you. There's a simple way to drastically reduce the chances of the above situation ever happening again. All you have to do is ask three key questions before referring a lead to a factor. #1: Have Your Receivables Been Pledged as Collateral to Another Lender? The answer to this question can dramatically change how a factoring company views a prospect. Simply put, if the answer is 'yes,' the deal just got less interesting. In order for a factoring company to purchase invoices, it uses the company's accounts receivables as collateral. If the business owner has a loan (or is working with another factoring company), then that lender has most likely already filed a UCC-1 and claimed the borrower's accounts receivables as collateral. (NOTE: A UCC-1 is a legal document that a creditor files to give notice that it has an interest in the personal property of a debtor.) Discovering that a potential factoring candidate has a UCC-1 is problematic for a new factoring firm because it cannot fund on invoices if another entity is already entitled to them. In some instances, a factoring firm can structure an agreement where the previous lender is willing to release its ownership rights on the receivables, leaving them clear for the new funding source to use as collateral. #2: Do You Owe Any Past-Due Taxes? If your prospect answers 'yes' to this question, the next thing you need to ask is by how much? In general, a business that is behind on its taxes is not a good thing. However, how much or how little it owes will give the factoring company a better idea of how invested it would like to be in the deal. When the IRS learns that a business is behind on its taxes, it files a lien on the company's assets, including physical assets (property, computers, fax machines, etc.) as well as liquid assets (bank accounts, accounts receivables, etc.). This is the IRS's way of getting a business owner's attention because if the owner doesn't pay the IRS what is owed, the next step is to levy on those assets. When the IRS goes through with the levy, it claims the accounts receivables and other assets to compensate for the back taxes. In this situation, a factoring company cannot fund because the accounts receivables no longer belong to the factor. In other words, when the IRS levies on a company's assets, all of the payments for the receivables which the factor initially purchased now go to the IRS instead of the factor. Translation -- The factor never gets paid what it's owed. There are some situations in which the prospect, factoring firm and IRS could arrange a payment plan when taxes are past due. However, in general, if a company owes the government money, the risk level is usually too high for a factoring firm to want to stay involved. #3: Who Are Your Customers? Factoring brokers should pay very close attention to how their prospects answer this question because there are a couple of "entities" that simply cannot be factored. In a nutshell, the accounts receivable factoring model works best when smaller, less-established companies are selling to or providing services for larger, creditworthy companies. As such, a factoring firm is able to extend credit to the smaller entity, which may have little or no business credit history, based on the fact that its customers are financially sound enough to pay their bills in a timely manner. This ideal factoring model breaks down any time the above conditions are not met. The most common factoring deals that get turned down immediately because of who they bill are companies that are paid by private consumers and extremely slow-paying clients. For the latter example, it's important to note what the standard industry payment terms are to determine if the customer is a slow payer. For example, in the medical staffing industry, it's typical to see net-60 terms, whereas in another industry, net-60 might be considered too past due to purchase.
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Mary Beth Franklin: Meeting the monthly health-care nut
 
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Retiree health care costs are not likely to go down anytime soon. InvestmentNews' contributing editor offers some inew deas on the best way to pay the bills.
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Small Service Provider Exemption
 
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DETAIL VIDEO CONTENT LINK (FREE) : http://imojo.in/enautf PAYMENT LINK for video lectures : http://imojo.in/32jefm INDIA'S NO 1 BOOK ON TAX BASED ON MEMORY RETENTION TECHNIQUES : http://imojo.in/e5uwmv FAST TRACK QUICK REVISION INCOME TAX : http://imojo.in/ew3fka IT IS SIMPLE : INDIRECT TAX : http://imojo.in/d2kd5h FAST TRACK QUICK REVISION INDIRECT TAX : http://imojo.in/5181ck COMING SOON BOOKS FOR AY 2018-19 EXPLORE MORE WEBSITE : http://www.taxbykk.com/ ABOUT CS K K AGRAWAL The author of book is CS K K Agrawal who is faculty of Direct Tax and Indirect Tax having 15+ experience in teaching. He is visiting faculty at ICAI and ICSI. His online classes are available at taxbykk.com. He is also author of "India's No. 1 book on Tax" My writing and teaching is evolved in this quote “YOUR EDUCATION IN TAX IS BEST IF YOU CAN GIVE TAX ADVICE”. The tax advise is possible only when I am able to give you in-depth knowledge of tax in both theory and practicals. I encourage students to think creatively and apply your mind so that they can create their own sets of problems and their solutions. This type of understanding has encouraged many students to go further explore the depth of the subject. All the premier institutes says the following : “Taxation is one of the core competence areas of CA. CA’s are expected to ADVISE clients in the area of direct taxes and indirect taxes. I can say with 100% confidence that this book shall make tax interesting and encourage you to read, read and read. My favourite quote is "NEVER SAY DIE". This never fail can be felt in books and videos both.
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Minimize taxes by maximizing expenses.
 
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This video will discuss how to increase your bottom line by changing your intrepetation of what a deductible expense is.
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Tax Preparation Checklist - Assurance Tax and Accounting Group
 
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As we approach 2017 there is a lot of excitement for new possibilities and starting new. One thing we must not forget is to prepare for the upcoming tax season. There are a lot of things you need to pay attention to when preparing your taxes for 2016 and below we have a checklist of items which should help you better prepare for doing your taxes in 2017. Below are a few of the items on the checklist, for the full list download our detailed tax preparation checklist to help you gather the necessary information before meeting with us. http://www.assurancetaxbr.com/tax-preparation-checklist.html Here are a few items on the checklist: Personal Information: This is the basic information the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) needs on you and your spouse (if you have one). This information will include your date of birth, name, address, dependent data and other personal information. Sources of Income: Your income source(s) is the next item you need have available for use when preparing your taxes. This will include your income, which should be listed on your W-2 form provided by your employer. If you are self-employed then you will need different forms to complete section of the tax return. Any income you earned, inherited, or won during the past year needs to be documented and recorded on the tax forms. Types of Deductions: There are is number of deductions that are allowed by the government to lower your tax burden. These can include child care cost, charitable donations, educational costs, and medical expenses, just to name a few. This portion of tax preparation can be tedious, especially if you have not kept good records throughout the year. No matter the case you need to really spend your time gathering all the necessary information to reduce your tax burden and increase your chances of a tax return. Additional Information: Depending on your situation there may be other information you need to provide to complete your tax preparation. This information should be discussed with a tax professional. Keep good documentation of previous taxes paid throughout the year can help you from paying more taxes then you need to. Typical examples of taxes you may have paid include real estate taxes (if you own a home), personal property taxes (like your vehicle), and income taxes, just to name a few. Again keeping good records is an important aspect of making sure you have paid your fair share. Below is a brief checklist, but for a more detailed checklist visit our tax preparation checklist page (http://www.assurancetaxbr.com/tax-preparation-checklist.html) or go to the our Tax Center page and click on the tax preparation checklist link. Personal Information - Name - Social Security Number Sources of Income - Employed (Forms W-2) - Unemployment, State tax refund (1099-G) Types of Deductions - Charitable Donations - Medical Expenses - Health Insurance ​ Additional Information Copies of Previous Tax Return Documents The above checklist is only an overview, so visit our tax preparation checklist page for a detailed tax preparation checklist (http://www.assurancetaxbr.com/tax-preparation-checklist.html). Also feel free to contact one of our tax professionals to get all your questions answered and help you get the maximum tax refund possible. Assurance Tax & Accounting Group 8676 Goodwood Blvd #102 Baton Rouge, LA 70806 Phone: (225) 757-5518 Fax: (225) 757-5533 Email: info@assurancetaxbr.com Website: www.assurancetaxbr.com
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Martin Shkreli Invokes Fifth Amendment During Congressional Hearing
 
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Martin Shkreli Invokes Fifth Amendment Durting Congressional Heraring. Prescription Drug Market. The director of the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Center for Drug Evaluation and Research and pharmaceutical industry representatives testified at a hearing on the prescription drug market. Martin Shkreli — who vigorously defended his decision to hike the price of a life-saving drug from $13.50 to $750 — suddenly went silent Thursday at a Congressional committee, smirking and grinning instead of answering questions. Now facing an unrelated federal criminal indictment, the typically loquacious Shkreli refused to testify, repeatedly citing his Fifth Amendment right not to incriminate himself. Members of Congress launched into fiery lectures directed at Shkreli, whose previous company, Turing Pharmaceuticals, came under scrutiny when it raised the price of Daraprim more than 5,000%. USA TODAY Shkreli, CEO slammed over drug prices, $5M bond "Drug company executives are lining their pockets at the expense of some of the most vulnerable families in our nation," U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Maryland, said. "It's not funny, Mr. Shkreli. People are dying and they're getting sicker and sicker." The boyish-faced Shkreli sat quietly at the witness table, clasping his hands tightly and slowly rubbing his fingers together as he was lectured. He smirked several times and appeared on the verge of laughter at one point when Cummings was speaking. After the hearing, he removed any doubt about his feelings. "Hard to accept that these imbeciles represent the people in our government," Shkreli said on Twitter, where he proceeded to retweet several users who posted supportive messages. Pelted with hostile questions, Shkreli repeatedly recited a prepared statement that he would not testify on the advice of his counsel. He is facing multiple criminal securities charges over allegations that he took stock from a previous biotech company to pay off business debts and lied about the investment returns of his former hedge fund. When U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-South Carolina, professed to be flabbergasted at Shkreli's silence on drug-price-hiking issues, which are not related to his indictment. He told the entrepreneur that he could testify on those issues without incriminating himself. "I intend to follow the advice of counsel, not yours," Shkreli said. At one point, Shkreli's attorney, Ben Brafman, stood up in the crowd and tried to intervene. But U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, chairman of the committee, quickly rejected Brafman's efforts. "No you are not recognized and you will be seated," Chaffetz said. After less than an hour, Chaffetz dismissed Shkreli from the hearing since he was refusing to say anything. In a brief press conference, Brafman sought to explain Shkreli's dismissive facial expressions, saying his client was just "nervous." Shkreli did not comment. In days before the hearing, he blasted Congress and made sarcastic jokes on Twitter about the subpoena he received to testify. "I'm not going to say anything other than the 5th Amendment," he said recently. "They just want this to be a circus." U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter, R-Georgia, the only pharmacist in Congress, said he supports free-market principles but was "disgusted" by drug-price-hiking companies. "What was done here was different," Carter said. "Perverse business practices were employed." The charismatic persona that Shkreli has cultivated — paying $2 million for the only copy of a new Wu Tang Clan album and setting up a web cam to film himself working — amplified the tension with Congress. "People in my district are not on the Forbes billionaire list — they can’t buy Wu Tang Clan albums for $2 million," Cummings said. "Like many Americans they struggle every single month to pay for the increasing cost of housing, education and health care. They live from paycheck to paycheck and sometimes from no check to no check." In addition to Shkreli, several other executives were also set to appear before the committee. Howard Schiller, interim CEO of Valeant Pharmaceuticals, which has also come under fire for its business model and drug prices, cited the company's recent price-cutting deal with Walgreens as an example of its responsiveness. "We’re listening and we’re changing," he said. "We have more to do." Schiller pledged that any future drug price increases would be "much more modest" than the increases that enraged Congress. Follow USA TODAY reporter Nathan Bomey on Twitter @NathanBomey.
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Dealing with Estate Legal Matters After Unexpected Loss
 
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This post describes what estate legal issues typically get addressed after the unexpected death of a loved one. Many people pass away after a long life due to natural causes, or they pass away after a prolonged illness. The death does not come as a shock or surprise to survivors, and the legal affairs are often in order with trusted loved ones having access to all of the estate information. However, sometimes death comes completely unexpected, perhaps due to a medical issue (for example, a heart attack) or due to some type of accident. When this happens, questions often instantly arise among the survivors. Questions like: Did he have his legal affairs in order? Did she have a will or a trust? How do we cover funeral expenses? What did the deceased own and owe? How will income taxes be handled? What happens to all personal effects? How do we deal with the deceased's business? How do the monthly bills keep getting paid? Who is responsible for dealing with all of this? All of these questions that survivors have often lead to a statement, "We need to talk to an estate lawyer." Perhaps the best reason to talk to an estate settlement lawyer sooner rather than later is because there is so much uncertainty that can be eliminated by talking to an estate attorney that can quickly map out a suggested plan of action to deal with the various estate issues involved. If you are in this circumstance, make sure you quickly locate the last will and testament or trust of the deceased - the last will needs to be filed at the courthouse. Although every estate settlement is unique, it often helps when all of the "parties" gather together for a meeting with the estate attorney. The "parties" will include the executor that is named in a will, along with all of the people who will inherit from the deceased. These parties often have questions and they may be nervous that estate issues will be handled improperly. However, when all of the parties get together with an estate attorney who can lay out a plan for getting all matters addressed, the parties often start gaining peace of mind. When the parties know that communication will flow freely, and there will be transparency throughout the estate settlement process, heirs start to let their guard down because they know that their rights are going to be preserved. It's usually the failure to communicate, and the uncertainty from the failure to communicate, the causes heirs to lose trust in one another, and then relationships get damaged - often permanently. Even though every estate settlement is different, most start with the family producing the last will and testament, and then the estate attorney prepares and files the necessary court pleading at the courthouse, to get the executor "confirmed." If no last will and testament exists, then the court will often appoint an "administrator" to handle the things that an executor would have handled if an executor was named in a will. Once the executor is confirmed by a judge, or an administrator appointed by a judge, then that personal representative can gain access to information from third parties regarding estate details, and the personal representative can open an estate account and get access to the deceased's previously frozen accounts. From there, a good estate attorney will develop a good short and long term plan for dealing with the various estate issues, and few surprises will surface during the process because a good estate settlement plan was created from the get-go. This post is for informational purposes only and does not provide legal advice. Please do not act or refrain from acting based on anything you read on this site. Using this site or communicating with Rabalais Estate Planning, LLC, through this site does not form an attorney/client relationship. Paul Rabalais Louisiana Estate Planning Attorney www.RabalaisEstatePlanning.com Phone: (225) 329-2450
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How to save BIG TAX money with a section 105 plan
 
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Are you a small business owner and want to keep more of what you earn? You maybe able to use the a section 105 plan so you can SAVE BIG! Check it out!
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If You LOSE Your Medical Malpractice Case Does Your Lawyer Still Get a Fee? NY Attorney Explains
 
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If You LOSE Your Medical Malpractice Case at Trial Does Your Lawyer Still Get a Fee? https://www.oginski-law.com/library/if-you-lose-your-malpractice-case-how-much-money-do-you-get-.cfm NY Medical Malpractice & Personal Injury Lawyer Gerry Oginski Explains 516-487-8207 Email: Gerry@Oginski-Law.com The answer is no, he doesn't. He gets nothing. He doesn't get repaid for all the money he spent to prosecute your case. He gets nothing for all the time, energy and effort he put into your case. He gets nothing. Well, what about the defense lawyer? Does he get paid if he wins or loses? Actually, yes he does. He gets paid if he wins. He gets paid if he loses. He gets paid either way. But not the patient's attorney. The ONLY way he gets paid is if you get a positive result. Either by settlement or verdict. If you get nothing, your lawyer gets nothing. You lose...he loses. You win, he gets paid. It's that simple. BUT...do you know of any other profession who ONLY gets paid for getting you a result? I don't. Imagine if baseball players ONLY got paid if they hit home runs. Imagine if a basketball player ONLY got paid for making a three-point shot. Imagine if a doctor ONLY got paid for performing surgery that had a good outcome. IT DOESN'T HAPPEN IN ANY OTHER PROFESSION OR SERVICE. Lawyers who handle accident cases and medical malpractice cases have this fee arrangement so that people without money can hire the best attorney they can find. It's not dependent on whether they can 'afford' to hire a $500/hour attorney or a $1,000/hour attorney. Instead, an injured patient can go to "THE BEST" lawyer in New York without having to pay him a dime. If the lawyer accepts the case, then the attorney agrees to pay ALL of the expenses needed to prosecute your case. ONLY if you are successful will the attorney then get a percentage of what he has obtained for you. Watch the video to learn more... Here's a cardiac malpractice case where I was able to achieve a $6 million dollar settlement for my client: https://www.oginski-law.com/video/cardiac-malpractice-in-ny.cfm To learn more about how accident & medical malpractice cases work in the state of New York, I encourage you to explore my educational website, https://www.oginski-law.com/library/if-you-lose-your-malpractice-case-how-much-money-do-you-get-.cfm If you have legal questions and your matter happened here in New York and you're thinking about bringing a lawsuit, I invite you to pick up the phone and call me at 516-487-8207 or by email at Gerry@Oginski-Law.com. This is what I do every day and I'd be happy to chat with you. Law Office of Gerald Oginski 35 South Drive Great Neck, NY 11021 516-487-8207 Email: Gerry@Oginski-Law.com #medicalmalpractice #medicalmalpracticelawyer
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Why Should I Do Business With You
 
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The Robo threat is usually about fees, not about you. You and Your Value Proposition can negate the Robo threat. If your clients are in their 50s or older, they have some combination of gastroenterologists, dermatologists, podiatrists, cardiologists, ophthalmologists and internists, among other medical specialties. What would it be worth to have someone who understands each of these specialties and who coordinates the delivery of those services to you? You can be that concierge provider for financial services by being a single source for financial planning, investment and financial advice, insurance, mortgages, banking, debt planning, estate planning, family financial education, education planning, accounting and taxes and even health care planning among other services as needed. And, you want to make sure your clients understand all your capabilities. Today’s robo-advisors cannot provide the depth or breadth of coordination clients need. But you can for your best clients. This should be a core of your value proposition. You can provide tremendous value and differentiation as that provider by being your client’s “Personal Financial Officer.” It’s not about trustworthiness, integrity, competence, dedication and your education. These are not differentiators, they are the entry price for a good advisor and are basic expectations of every prospect and client. A value proposition is more than about your deliverables. Who you are is also essential to attracting clients who value what you value and believe in what you believe in. Your clients want advisors who share their values and beliefs. Consider your personal beliefs, e.g., you are a fiduciary always acting in your best interests, you are your client's PFO, you and your team always do what you say you are going to do, you care about your clients and their money and how it affects them life and their family, all your advice is based on a formal financial life plan, one that adapts to their changing life situations, as a CFP you have completed extensive training and have the experience requirements and always uphold the rigorous ethical standards of the profession, and you share your knowledge about finances with them and their entire family. Your deliverables are high value based on fully understanding your client’s financial and life situation so you can best plan their financial well-being. You consider all major risks; income risks, expense risks, asset and investment risks and credit and debt risks. You develop personalized financial plans knowing where they are today and where they want to be at some future point in time and you recreate plans on a regular basis. Your financial plan guides you in developing your customized investment plan and you provide regular reviews on the progress against plans and goals and make adjustments as needed. You also commit to a written, agreed to “client service promise” to detail your deliverables and conduct regular planning and review meetings dedicated to achieving the best results possible for your client and their family. You show your clients and prospects exactly what you deliver and the value of those deliverables. To schedule a NO COST, NO OBLIGATION chat with me at www.calendly.com/davidileo
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House Taxes Committee  3/23/17
 
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HF4 (Davids) Omnibus Tax bill. Walk-through of the bill, and public testimony. Runs 2 hours, 3 minutes. * Connect with House Public Information Services on the Web: http://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/hinfo/hinfo.asp * Find Minnesota House of Representatives news and updates on the Web at Session Daily: http://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/sessiondaily/ *Connect with the Minnesota House of Representatives on the Web: http://www.house.leg.state.mn.us/
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Stryde Survey Request
 
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I’m Dale Johnsen - in Westlake Village - with Stryde Savings - the largest cost reduction company in the U.S. Since 2004, we’ve saved companies over $350 million, including Caterpillar, Westinghouse, LazyBoy and Toyota.   Our job is to widen your profit margin by protecting you from being overcharged on  * property taxes * workers' comp premiums * waste management costs * parcel shipping expenses * credit card processing fees  as well as * accelerate depreciation on renovations * increase tax credits for research and development * increase tax credits for hiring new employees Businesses that benefit most, 90% of the time, are manufacturers, hotels, auto dealers, golf courses, medical facilities, software developers, restaurants, funeral homes, and commercial real estate owners. We just need your permission to put our team of specialized attorneys and CPAs to work for you at NO COST. Then, we simply claim a percentage of what we save you. It’s a no risk, high value proposition. We won’t ask you to spend a dime, disrupt your processes, change your vendors or downsize. I just need 15 minutes to find out IF any of our eight cost reduction methods will work for you. And if you don’t realize huge savings - I don’t get paid. Fair enough? As an owner or CEO, you know that all progress requires moving outside of our comfort zone, and that a mile of concerns won't get you as far as one inch of action. So please reply to this email with a time slot in your schedule when I can come by in person for that 15 minute survey. Or if you prefer, we can do it by screen sharing over join.me My promise is to be clear, honest and patient — and I look forward to meeting you soon! ———— Dale Johnsen 818-620-8171 dmjohnsen@gmail.com http://StrydeSavings.com
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Four Reasons for a Caregiver Services Contract
 
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By Jim Schuster, Certified Elder Law Attorney - www.JimSchuster.com 24330 Lahser, Southfield, MI 48033 248-356-3500 When a child becomes an elder parent's caregiver, little thought is given to money. Yet there are many times when compensation must be considered. Here are four cases for a caregiver - personal services for a contract. 1) Avoid caregiver being accused of financial elder abuse. Many conditions require 24 hour assistance and that can prevent the caregiver child from other employment. Such 24 hour service will cost thousands of dollars a month when performed by commercial agencies. Yet if the child takes any money for compensation or reimbursement the child is open to charges of financial elder abuse under the theory the child took advantage of a helpless elder. A contract addresses this situation. 2) Avoid probate battles by children on death of the parent. Caregiving is a lonely job - very often the caregiver feels the siblings do not lift a finger to help. Add to this fact individual family dynamics and the caregiver may start limiting access to the parent. The result is even more emotion by the siblings who feel they "don't know what's going on" and "she's after mom's money." If the caregiver is joint on the bank accounts of the parent then when the parent dies the caregiver will not share with the others because "they don't deserve it." Probate battles ensue. The money goes to lawyers and the children are bitter enemies for life. 3) Veterans Aid and Attendance benefit. The VA will offer pension payments to wartime veterans or their surviving spouses if the claimant has sufficient "unreimbursed medical expenses" or "UME." When the caregiver provides ADL assistance or a safe supervised residence due to the cognitive impairment, then that assistance may be a UME. However payments must be actually made according to an agreement. 4) Michigan Medicaid Nursing Home benefit. If a parent lives with a child caregiver before going into a nursing home payments to the child will be considered "divestment" unless supported by a contract meeting the Medicaid department's specifications. More questions? Give me a call, All the best, Jim
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How To Sort Paper
 
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My Huff Post article on this topic is at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/598463a1e4b0bd82320296dc If you want to listen to the podcast episode head to https://organize365.com/how-to-sort-paper-2-3/ I LOVE to sort paper! But I know even the strongest man will break out into a cold sweat at the thought of sorting a mountain of paperwork. The amount of paper we can accumulate in our household is crazy. Bills, coupons and junk mail arrive in our mail boxes every day. Our kids bring home report cards, art projects, teacher notices and party invitations. We print out recipes and to-do lists. All of this paper piles up at an alarming rate. How do you decide what to do with it? To help you sort through all of this paper I have created an easy to follow 3 step process, that I use for both myself and my clients. Following this process will help you decide what to get rid of and how to organize what you need to keep. Step 1: Sort Which papers get to stay or which papers need to go? When helping my clients go through this process I always start by asking them 10 basic questions. The questions include - do you want to save coupons? What types of coupons would you like to save? Do you want to keep old utility bills or just the previous months? Questions like these help me to quickly determine what needs to stay and what needs to go, without analyzing each and every paper I come across. Once you’ve answered these questions, it’s time to sort your paper. Start by creating three bins, or at least three designated locations and label them recycle, shred and save. Each piece paper that you go through is going to be placed into one of these bins. So which papers get to go into which bin? Recycling Bin The recycling bin is a place for any papers you don’t want to keep which don’t contain any important personal information. Shred (Trash) Bin The shred (or trash) bin is also a place for unwanted papers, but these are items which contain personal information. Bank statements, medical forms and tax forms all go into this bin. Save Bin The save bin is for any important items you feel need to be kept. This can include bills that still need to be paid or a kid’s art project that you particularly love. Step 2: Sort This is the task that people struggle with the most. There are 3 destinations for your saved paper – Sunday Basket, Binder, or File/Scan. How do you decide what goes where? There are three basic rules. 1: Do you need to take action? If the answer is “yes” then the paper goes into your Sunday Basket™. The Sunday Basket™ is a basket you go through once a week and it contains items that need some sort of action taken. Going through the Sunday Basket™ helps you to plan out your week and keep track of everything that needs to be done. This is the perfect place for any paper items that require action. An example of where action needs to be taken could be a party invitation that requires an RSVP, a card and gift…etc. Or a bill that needs to be paid. To find out more about the Sunday Basket™ click https://thesundaybasket.com/sunday-basket-101/ and search Sunday Basket™ on my website for lots of information about it. 2. Is the paper related to a larger project and will you need it as a reference or to take it to a meeting? If your answer is “yes” then it goes into a binder. Binders are the best place to keep paper items which you may need to refer to quickly or frequently. Any long term project you are working on, a school carnival for example, should have its own binder. Binders make it easy to keep all the information you need in one place and it is easy to transport. 3. Are you saving the paper because “you might need it someday” but it is not a CURRENT project or task If the answer is “yes” then it gets filed or scanned. Files are a great place to keep papers that don’t need to be referenced often. Tax forms, which are only glanced at once a year, are a definite for the file folder. Another option is to scan these items into the computer and file them electronically. We move onto Step 3… Step 3: Maintenance It’s important for you to conduct regular maintenance on all paper organizing systems to keep you from accumulating excess paper. Your Sunday Basket needs to be checked (you guessed it) every Sunday. It also doesn’t have to be on Sunday, just as long as it’s weekly on whichever day works best for you. Any binders you create should be flipped through every 4-6 months. Lastly, any files or scans that you have should be purged annually to keep them relevant. By following this flow chart and getting your papers organized you will save yourself both time and stress. All of the papers you need will be readily available and you’ll be able to locate them in minutes. Good luck with your organizing. Now go sort your paper! Click https://lisawoodruff.leadpages.co/how-to-sort-paper-printable/ to download the How to Sort Paper Printable
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How To LEGALLY Save BIG On Taxes! (Year End Tax Planning 2018 SPECIAL OFFER!)
 
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HURRY Year-End Special Tax Planning Offer EXPIRES at 12pm PT Friday Nov 30th 👉 https://AndersonAdvisors.com/2018YearEnd 👈 Discover The Secrets To Stuffing Thousands In Your Pocket While Legally SAVING BIG On Taxes BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE! * 🚀Ready To Take Your Business To The Next Level While Protecting Your Assets From Frivolous Lawsuits? ~*~ 💰Get Your FREE 30 min Consultation & Wealth Planning Blueprint NOW! https://AndersonAdvisors.com/register-now-a Check out https://AndersonAdvisors.com for financial strategies and details on upcoming workshops. ** SUBSCRIBE** Anderson Business Advisors Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/c/AndersonBusinessAdvisors 800.706.4741 TMathis@AndersonAdvisors.com https://AndersonAdvisors.com Twitter: @TaxWiseToby Blog: https://TobyMathis.com The information provided in this video should not be construed or relied on as legal advice for any specific fact or circumstance. Its content was prepared by Anderson Business Advisors with its main office at 3225 McLeod Drive Suite 100 Las Vegas, Nevada 89121. This video is designed for entertainment and information purposes only. Viewing this video does not create an attorney-client relationship with Anderson Business Advisors or any of its lawyers. You should not act or rely on any of the information contained herein without seeking professional legal advice.
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11What debts cannot be discharged in Chapter 7 bankruptcy?
 
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https://www.youtube.com/user/lawtubec... to subscribe to our newest legal videos. http://www.lawtube.com to check out our Video Law Library. Attorney Tom Olsen is host of the Olsen on Law Radio Show on FM 96.5 WDBO in Orlando. You can reach Tom at 407-423-5561 or tom@lawtube.com. Tom has been answering legal questions on his radio show for 26 years and has been practicing law in Orlando, Florida for over 30 years. CALL OR TEXT CHRISSY AT 407-808-8398 IF YOU NEED A LAWYER OR ATTORNEY IN CENTRAL FLORIDA INCLUDING ORLANDO, WINTER PARK, WINDERMERE, DAYTONA BEACH, THE VILLAGES, MELBOURNE, ALTAMONTE, LAKE MARY, LONGWOOD, COLLEGE PARK, BAY HILL, OVIEDO, SANFORD, DELAND, DEBARY, DELTONA, LEESBURG, CLERMONT, THORTON PARK, BALDWIN PARK, PONCE INLET, NEW SYMNRA, ORMOND BEACH, ST. AUGUSTINE, KISSIMMEE. Attorney Tom Olsen: -- Right into it with a basic question and this is what debts cannot be discharged in a chapter 7 bankruptcy? Attorney Jim Monroe: Well, there are two classifications of debts. One is that there's a list of debts that can never be discharged, and the second classification, there's a list of debts that cannot be discharged if the creditor can prove you did what they say you did. The debts that cannot typically be ever discharged are things like domestic support obligation, and that's child support and alimony. These days, debts that are made according to a marital settlement agreement or divorce decree that run to the ex-spouse cannot be discharged, and criminal fines, and restitution cannot be discharged, income taxes that are younger than or less than three years old. Because sometimes taxes that are older than three years old can be discharged. Things like that. Then, DUI or substance abuse accidents with motor vehicles, or boats, or airplanes cannot be discharged. Then there's a second classification of debts if the creditor can come in and show you did something, then that's not dischargeable. That is if-- And they have to do this within 60 days. They have to file litigation within 60 days of you meeting with the chapter seven trustee; That is fraud, or if you have obtained a loan by using a false financial statement, or run-up your credit card bills without the intent of repaying, or things like that-- Breach of a fiduciary duty, or those types of events. Then, there are misconduct type debts that can't be discharged. If you have intentionally not reported on your schedule certain property or hid property, or done something bad during the bankruptcy process, they can actually prevent you from discharging all of your debts. Attorney Tom Olsen: You know that list makes sense to me. Everything on there sounds reasonable. With that said then, what would be the typical debts that are being wiped out in a chapter seven bankruptcy for the typical client? Attorney Jim Monroe: Well, it has to do a lot with credit card debts, or personal loans, or sometimes business loans that you're individually liable on, medical bills are dischargeable, and things like that. A lot of times people are, these days, walking away from real estate that they own and the mortgages on the houses can be discharged in a chapter seven. Attorney Tom Olsen: That would be applying to people who are upside down on their house-- They owe more than what the house is worth. Attorney Jim Monroe: That's right, because typically later if a house is foreclosed upon, as you know, if the house is worth a lot less than what you owe on it, a mortgage holder can come back and claim that you still owe the money. It's called a deficiency judgement. Produced by Professional Media Ideas. Call or text Chrissy Merrill at 407-808-8398 or by email at chris@lawtube.com
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New York Bankruptcy Attorney | An Introduction to Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in New York (BE39)
 
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http://www.newyorkbankruptcyattorney.com An Introduction to Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: In a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy all or most of debts can be eliminated. The debts eliminated include credit cards, medical bills, money owed when a house has been foreclosed or if your car has been repossessed. However, court ordered child support, parking tickets and other criminal and civil fines are not eliminated. If you want to keep your home or car you will have to keep paying the mortgage or loan. Also income taxes and student loans can be eliminated only under certain circumstances. Read more about Chapter 7 Bankruptcy by clicking below: http://www.aaalawyer.com/Area-of-law/Bankruptcy/Chapter-7-Bankruptcy.aspx If you need a New York bankruptcy attorney then you can access information from them immediately when you call the toll free number 1-855-625-0800. Attorney Jeffrey Peltz and his staff have helped more than 20,000 clients in the New York area. Find out more about your bankruptcy options in New York at: http://www.aaalawyer.com Read about our experienced lawyers at: http://www.aaalawyer.com/About-Us/Profiles.aspx New York Bankruptcy Attorney http://www.newyorkbankruptcyattorney.com
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The Structure & Cost of US Health Care: Crash Course Sociology #44
 
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In our final episode of Crash Course Sociology we are going to talk about what the health care system in the US looks like, the five A’s of health care accessibility, and a couple of contributing factors to the affordability of health care: fee for service care and the structure of our health insurance system which encourage higher spending. Thanks everybody for joining us for the past year on Crash Course Sociology! Crash Course is made with Adobe Creative Cloud. Get a free trial here: https://www.adobe.com/creativecloud/catalog/desktop.html *** References: Sociology by John J. Macionis, 15th edition (2014) Distribution of U.S. Health Care Providers Residing in Rural and Urban Areas, US Department of Health & Human Services https://www.ruralhealthinfo.org/pdf/rural-urban-workforce-distribution-nchwa-2014.pdf Protection from high medical costs https://www.healthcare.gov/why-coverage-is-important/protection-from-high-medical-costs/ *** Crash Course is on Patreon! You can support us directly by signing up at http://www.patreon.com/crashcourse Thanks to the following Patrons for their generous monthly contributions that help keep Crash Course free for everyone forever: Mark Brouwer, Nickie Miskell Jr., Jessica Wode, Eric Prestemon, Kathrin Benoit, Tom Trval, Jason Saslow, Nathan Taylor, Divonne Holmes à Court, Brian Thomas Gossett, Khaled El Shalakany, Indika Siriwardena, Robert Kunz, SR Foxley, Sam Ferguson, Yasenia Cruz, Daniel Baulig, Eric Koslow, Caleb Weeks, Tim Curwick, Evren Türkmenoğlu, Alexander Tamas, Justin Zingsheim, D.A. Noe, Shawn Arnold, mark austin, Ruth Perez, Malcolm Callis, Ken Penttinen, Advait Shinde, Cody Carpenter, Annamaria Herrera, William McGraw, Bader AlGhamdi, Vaso, Melissa Briski, Joey Quek, Andrei Krishkevich, Rachel Bright, Alex S, Mayumi Maeda, Kathy & Tim Philip, Montather, Jirat, Eric Kitchen, Moritz Schmidt, Ian Dundore, Chris Peters, Sandra Aft, Steve Marshall -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support Crash Course on Patreon: http://patreon.com/crashcourse CC Kids: http://www.youtube.com/crashcoursekids
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CT Bankruptcy Lawyer - Bankruptcy Tip # 6 - Life After Bankruptcy
 
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http://ctbankruptcylawyer.com Bankruptcy Lawyer CT Bankruptcy Attorney CT Bankruptcy Lawyer Connecticut Bankruptcy Attorney Connecticut CT Bankruptcy Lawyers CT Bankruptcy Lawyer CT Bankruptcy Attorneys CT Bankruptcy Attorney Bankruptcy Attorneys CT Bankruptcy Lawyers CT Don't wait until it is too late! Of course it's never too late to file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, if you qualify, and most people do. But what I mean is that you don't have to be penniless in order to file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and get your financial fresh start. As a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Connecticut since 2002, I know the bankruptcy laws pretty well and I know how to make sure you get the bankruptcy discharge that you are seeking. Just think about it...being debt free!! Instead of getting hounded by creditors day and night, home and at work, instead of getting sued left and right, and instead of one day realizing that a creditor took all the money out of your checking and savings accounts, do something proactive to make sure those things don't happen! When you file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Connecticut all unsecured debts, with some exceptions like student loans, get completely discharged - you never have to pay them and they go away for good! So if you are finding it increasingly more and more difficult to make ends meet month after month, consider filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy with me, Bankruptcy Attorney Paul S. Taub. I service the entire state of Connecticut and I make it so convenient you don't ever have to come into my office. You can do all the paperwork right from the comfort of your own home! So checkout my website at http://ctbankruptcylawyer.com for more information on what chapter 7 bankruptcy can do for you and your family and then complete the form for a free bankruptcy consultation. I'd be happy to speak with about the possibility of filing for bankruptcy and let you know in more detail how it will work in your personal situation. The bottom line is that the U.S. government was nice enough to enact these bankruptcy laws to give people a second chance in life financially. Chapter 7 bankruptcy is that second chance! Forget about those debt consolidation companies and all those debt settlement companies as they, for the most part, are scams and will just rip you off! And they fail to tell you that any debt reductions they get for you becomes taxable income that you have to pay taxes on! That's ridiculous! When you file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, all of the debts that you get discharged are never taxed, ever. It is a completely tax-free transaction. And I bet you didn't know that the cost to file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is a heck of a lot less than those debt consolidation companies. Do yourself a favor, even if you are in a debt management program, look into chapter 7 bankruptcy. It's never too late to get you filed and debt free in a matter of 90 to 120 days. That's right. Debt free in 90 to 120 days when you file for chapter 7 bankruptcy. Learn more at my website: http://ctbankruptcylawyer.com Please subscribe to my channel as I'll be publishing more tips regarding filing for bankruptcy. What to do before you file, what you can do to reestablish your credit score, and how you should manage your finances going forward. All very cool stuff. Hope to see as a subscriber or better yet, a client! Talk to you soon! http://ctbankruptcylawyer.com chapter 7 bankruptcy bankruptcy chapter 7 financial fresh start can't pay my bills can't pay my credit cards can't pay my medical bills can't pay my mortgage loan am i eligible to file for bankruptcy can I keep my car if I file for bankruptcy can I walk away from my house in bankruptcy can I save my house in bankruptcy what is bankruptcy what's the difference between chapter 7 and chapter 13 how much does bankruptcy cost how much stuff can I keep when I file for bankruptcy low cost bankruptcy attorney ct low cost bankruptcy lawyer ct low cost bankruptcy attorneys ct low cost bankruptcy lawyers ct http://ctbankruptcylawyer.com Please subscribe to my channel if you like the information that I am providing. Thanks!
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