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Best Taxation Podcasts We Could Find
Best Taxation Podcasts We Could Find
Tax regulations are subjected to constant changes and one can easily lose track of them, but thanks to podcasts, which can be listened to anywhere, you don't have to spend too much time browsing through tons of articles to keep up with the latest tax updates. The high-quality podcasts listed in this catalog cover the latest regulations, rulings and legislation, the latest practices, accounting standards, accounting technology, financing, metrics and much more. Furthermore, you can find podcasts which analyse events in the world of tax evasion, tax avoidance and financial corruption as well as the most challenging ethical and economic issues of today. If you are a newbie and short of time, you can broaden your knowledge of the tax system and regulations, how to file your taxes, even while you commute, thanks to the myriad of podcasts, hosted by experts. Also, some of the hosts let the subscribers submit their questions related to accounting, calculating the income tax, tax return, resolving IRS tax problems and other tax-related issues, which are replied by their expert guests.
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The Taxcast

Tax Justice Network

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The Taxcast is a monthly podcast/radio show from the Tax Justice Network sizzling with the latest developments in the corrupt world of tax havens, financial secrecy and tax dodging. We explore these most challenging ethical and economic issues of our times, with transformational economic analysis you won’t hear anywhere else.
 
Talking Tax, from Bloomberg Tax, is a weekly discussion of the most pressing issues facing tax and accounting professionals. Each week the podcast features discussions with lawmakers, federal regulators, lawyers, and journalists. From the courts to Capitol Hill to the IRS, Talking Tax has it covered.
 
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Mark J Kohler and Mat Sorensen

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Mark J. Kohler and Mat Sorensen, Tax Attorneys, Investors, and Entrepreneurs host the Main Street Business Podcast (Formerly the Refresh Your Wealth Show). The show covers, tax strategies, rental real estate, self-directed IRAs, legal strategies, business topics, and asset protection. They break down difficult topics such as LLCs, corporations, estate planning, raising capital, and retirement planning. They have a knack for explaining important and complex topics in an engaging and entertain ...
 
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Damien R. Martin, CPA

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Simply Tax™ cuts through the static of the tax world and doesn’t waste your time by needlessly tossing around technical terms and citing code sections. Host Damien Martin has a knack for boiling down complex issues for business professionals who need a trusted advisor to help strengthen their tax mind.
 
FREE Biz & Tax Elite Newsletter - Subscribe Now! The purpose of Tax Advisor & Biz Coach Success podcast is to share real estate, ecommerce, tax and accounting tips for entrepreneurs and small business owners with S Corp, LLC and Partnership. How to understand the IRS tax code for BSI and Sales tax and Nexus. Plus learn with expert guest that share my business insights into how to run a successful, stable and profitable company $. FREE Biz & Tax Elite Newsletter - Subscribe Now!. https://etbs ...
 
Tax Sale Investing Made Easy. A podcast hosted by Casey Denman, veteran Tax Sale Investor, author of The Tax Sale Playbook and the founder of The Tax Sale Academy that teaches you how to successfully invest in tax defaulted real estate, including tax deeds and tax liens. Casey has held an interest in more than 1,000 properties throughout close to a dozen states. He has produced more tax sale investing training tutorials than nearly anyone in the world, including 500+ YouTube videos. For more ...
 
The Small Business Tax Savings Podcast is designed specifically for small business owners. We focus on tax savings and ways to have a financially sound back bone to your small business. Our goal is to have you paying the least amount in taxes as legally possible.Hosted by by Mike Jesowshek, CPA, this is a quick hitting podcast aimed to get you important information without all the fluff. You can find episodes, blog posts, our Tax Minimization Program and more on our website: www.TaxSavingsPo ...
 
If you like my podcast please support the Michael Lodge Show by buying us a cup of coffee. Your support is greatly appreciated: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/MichaelLodge Michael Lodge has been in business since 1984. Providing business consultations, formations, and mediation services. He has written his first book - Ethically Thinking, It's Not That Hard which is on Amazon. The WBT stands for Wealth, Business and Taxes and is the focus of the WBT podcast.
 
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This week we look at: Physician’s payments are found not to be deductible alimony under pre-TCJA divorce agreement IRS announces option for employer leave-based donation programs related to aid for Ukraine IRS extends, likely for the final time. option to remotely sign certain plan documents An audio only version of this week’s broadcast can be str…
 
This week we look at: Physician’s payments are found not to be deductible alimony under pre-TCJA divorce agreement IRS announces option for employer leave-based donation programs related to aid for Ukraine IRS extends, likely for the final time. option to remotely sign certain plan documents Copyright 2022, Kaplan, Inc.…
 
This week we look at: Physician’s payments are found not to be deductible alimony under pre-TCJA divorce agreement IRS announces option for employer leave-based donation programs related to aid for Ukraine IRS extends, likely for the final time. option to remotely sign certain plan documents Copyright 2022, Kaplan, Inc.…
 
A review of the week's major US international tax-related news. In this edition: US House leaders hope to pass “China competitiveness” bill before 4 July recess – Senate introduces bill to disallow foreign tax credits (FTCs) for taxes paid to Russia or Belarus – Treasury, IRS considering changes to FTC regulations – IRS proposed Section 1256 regula…
 
Tax Notes reporters Paul Jones and Nathan Richman discuss the $141 million settlement over Intuit’s TurboTax Free Edition program and the potential tax break for Intuit. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes: TurboTax Settlement May Open the Door to Huge Tax Break Intuit, States Enter Settlement Over ‘Free File’ Scandal GAO: Tax…
 
Automation tools increasingly used by seasoned tax professionals are helping to take some of the pain and manual labor out of routine compliance work. That futuristic tech goes beyond robotics process automation and can link together the many programs and platforms that accountants rely on everyday. Those building blocks can automate every step in …
 
Which nations are the world's biggest financial secrecy offenders? And what does it tell us about the world, about politics and about democracy? How high does your country rank in facilitating global corruption? In this episode Taxcast host Naomi Fowler explores the shocking results of the Tax Justice Network's Financial Secrecy Index 2022. Guests:…
 
On this episode Mike Jesowshek, CPA talks about how credit card rewards are taxed. 1) How Are Frequent Flyer Miles, Hotel Points, and Other Credit Card Point Rewards Taxed? 2) How Are Cash Back Rewards and Rebates Taxed? 3) How Are Credit Card Sign-Up Bonuses Taxed? 4) What Happens If I Donate Credit Card Cash Rewards/Rebates to Charity? 5) Credit …
 
This week we look at: Forming new corporation didn’t break connection to prior material participation Ninth Circuit find return was filed even though not send to location in the regulations IRS destroyed 30 million paper returns Taxpayer filed return too early No duress in requesting extension of time to file An audio only version of this week’s br…
 
A review of the week's major US international tax-related news. In this edition: Little action on budget reconciliation as US Congress focuses on ‘China competitiveness’ legislation – Treasury official reveals government working on “Killer B” cross-border triangular reorg regs, Section 367(d) rules involving transferred IP repatriated to US.…
 
In this TP Talks episode, Erin March (Transfer Pricing Principal, PwC US), Dennis Tingey (Tax Services Partner, PwC US), and Marco Fiaccadori (Transfer Pricing Principal, PwC US National Tax Services) discuss the R&D capitalization requirements under the new US § 174 regulations, focusing on transfer pricing-related questions and issues, including …
 
Elodie Lamer and Nana Ama Sarfo of Tax Notes discuss the tax implications of golden visas and passports, which allow affluent foreigners to receive residency or citizenship in exchange for a minimum level of investment. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes: EU Commission Proposes Thorough Examinations of Golden Visas EU Commiss…
 
Some or all of the interest paid on student loans can be deducted from your taxes. But despite the proliferation of these types of loans over the years, many taxpayers don't see a real benefit. That's because, unlike with home mortgage interest, the student loan interest deduction has significant limitations and has changed numerous times over the …
 
On this episode Mike Jesowshek, CPA does a full business retirement plan Q&A with Matt Ruttenberg from Life Inc Retirement Services. Get in contact with Matt Ruttenberg or find previous episodes here: https://www.taxsavingspodcast.com/blog/business-retirement-plan-q-a-session Join Our Tax Minimization Program: https://www.taxsavingspodcast.com/tax …
 
With much competition for 9% low-income housing tax credits (LIHTCs), more developers are turning to 4% LIHTCs to fund affordable housing–at the very time that competition for 4% LIHTCs (which are available to properties financed with tax-exempt private-activity bonds) is increasing. In this episode of Tax Credit Tuesday, Michael Novogradac, CPA, a…
 
As the Tax Sale Guy, I hear "but" all the time. But . . . what about this or what about that? Often times these are business related questions that revolve around seemingly difficult logistics or competition related issues. Other times they're seemingly moral issues that revolve around delinquent tax payers. After 20 years in business, I've seen an…
 
This week we look at: First inflation adjusted numbers for 2023: Health Savings Accounts Failure to properly execute estate plan by trustees force S corporation to get PLR to retain status CCISO’s recommendation on grant of innocent spouse relief not binding on Chief Counsel’s office in Tax Court deficiency proceeding An audio only version of this …
 
A review of the week's major US international tax-related news. In this edition: US Treasury Secretary calls on Congress to pass BEPS-like minimum corporate tax – Treasury officials comment on BEPS 2.0 – IRS publishes changes to QI withholding agreement rules – IRS unclear on scope of financial transaction transfer pricing regulation project – US H…
 
Timothy Noonan of Hodgson Russ LLP discusses how some states tax remote employees and the effect of temporary pandemic tax changes. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes: Bill Seeks to Shield Teleworkers From St. Louis's Earnings Tax Analysis: The Pandemic’s Tax Fallout Continues Remote Work Complicates Employer Tax Compliance, …
 
As part of its bid to join the OECD, Brazil is working on a major overhaul of its rules governing transfer pricing—the way a group’s related entities value transactions between themselves. Historically, Brazil’s transfer pricing rules have relied on a system of fixed margins. But officials have now committed to moving Brazil to the arm’s length sta…
 
So you've bought a Tax Sale Property. Now it's time to deal with title clouds. Should you perform a Suit to Quiet Title, Tax Foreclosure Certification OR just sell it with the as-is title? In today's episode we'll be discussing this issue and we'll provide our suggestion on what works best! ⬇️ Helpful Resources ⬇️ Join The Tax Sale Academy here: ht…
 
On this episode Mike Jesowshek, CPA talks the tax rates for 2022 along with other important resources. 1) 2022 Individual Tax Rates 2) 2022 Business Tax Rates 3) 2022 Social Security and Medicare Tax Rates 4) 2022 Capital Gain Tax Rates 5) 2022 Standard Deduction 6) 2022 Retirement Plans 7) 2022 Vehicle Deductions 8) 2022 Medical Expense Within our…
 
Many solar energy developers do early stage work to get a property ready for construction, then they sell the property to a developer who takes control, raises equity to fund the development and begins construction. However, more early stage solar developers are considering the option of maintaining control of the property and handling the construc…
 
This week we look at: Special rules under IRC §104 for military disability and retirement income Expenses claimed as management fees treated as distributions to owners Proposed regulations to limit use of certain techniques for use of anti-clawback rules It’s going to be a longer than expected wait to file K-2/K-3 for S corporations via MeF An audi…
 
This week we look at: Special rules under IRC §104 for military disability and retirement income Expenses claimed as management fees treated as distributions to owners Proposed regulations to limit use of certain techniques for use of anti-clawback rules It’s going to be a longer than expected wait to file K-2/K-3 for S corporations via MeF Copyrig…
 
This week we look at: Special rules under IRC §104 for military disability and retirement income Expenses claimed as management fees treated as distributions to owners Proposed regulations to limit use of certain techniques for use of anti-clawback rules It’s going to be a longer than expected wait to file K-2/K-3 for S corporations via MeF Copyrig…
 
A review of the week's major US international tax-related news. In this edition: US Congress returns to Washington to budget reconciliation uncertainty; Senator Manchin offers high-level clarity – OECD holds public consultation on Implementation Framework for BEPS 2.0 Pillar Two GloBE Rules – OECD releases public comments on Draft Model Rules for D…
 
Beth Viola and Nicole Elliott of Holland & Knight discuss the latest clean energy tax proposals and the likelihood of their passage in Congress. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes: Bipartisan Energy Bill May Focus on Carbon Capture Credits Analysis: Low-Carbon Hydrogen Credits Break Through Green Tax Credits Spotlighted in St…
 
Have you noticed digital works of art with names like Cool Cats, CryptoPunks, and Bored Ape Yacht Club while surfing the web or posting a snarky tweet? They’re all examples of non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, unique digital assets serving as certificates of authenticity for digital products including works of art, music, and collectibles. NFTs are als…
 
https://cryptotaxsummit.com/ The 2nd Crypto Tax Summit! May 19th & 20th, 2022 | Miami, FL Elon did it, but how in the world can the rest of us do the same? Let's get into it. We're going to break down the process of buying your future company. You will have to know if the business you are looking at will be profitable, the red flags to look out for…
 
An optimal family wealth strategy is holistic and combines both investment and estate planning strategies. Do you know when and where to start? Host Damien Martin unpacks the important but often daunting task of planning for your wealth with BKD’s Troy Farmer. Here are the questions they cover: Who is Troy Farmer? [01:48] What is a wealth strategis…
 
Gerald Celente joins us today on the Main Street business podcast. Gerald sounds off about how he got into the trends businesses and gives his opinion on the state of the world and more importantly its finances. To listen or search for prior episodes, or sign up for their free weekly newsletter, visit: www.mainstreetbusiness.com…
 
On this episode Mike Jesowshek, CPA talks about estate tax and what you need to know. 1) What Is Inheritance Tax and Estate Tax? 2) When Does Estate Tax Matter? 3) If I Gift Assets or Money, Is That Taxed? 4) How Do I Minimize Estate Taxes? 5) Estate Taxes Summary LINKS FROM THE SHOW Show Blog: https://www.taxsavingspodcast.com/blog/how-are-my-asse…
 
Anytime you enter a new business or venture you'll face some unexpected issues. Sometimes these issues are big enough that they can derail your entire plan. I've seen countless people dive head first into the tax sale world only to face one unexpected issue and decide it's not for them. In this week's podcast episode, we'll be discussing what you s…
 
This week we look at: Tax rules for no-additional cost services SCOTUS refuses to hear challenge to SALT cap IRS finally grants election/accounting method relief for retroactive 2019 changes Rules for a real estate professional IRS expands on Schedules K-2 and K-3 FAQs on April 11 An audio only version of this week’s broadcast can be streamed or do…
 
This week we look at: Tax rules for no-additional cost services SCOTUS refuses to hear challenge to SALT cap IRS finally grants election/accounting method relief for retroactive 2019 changes Rules for a real estate professional IRS expands on Schedules K-2 and K-3 FAQs on April 11 Copyright 2022, Kaplan, Inc.…
 
This week we look at: Tax rules for no-additional cost services SCOTUS refuses to hear challenge to SALT cap IRS finally grants election/accounting method relief for retroactive 2019 changes Rules for a real estate professional IRS expands on Schedules K-2 and K-3 FAQs on April 11 Copyright 2022, Kaplan, Inc.…
 
Valeria Tarasenko of Dentons Kyiv discusses the Ukrainian government’s tax policy changes in response to the Russian invasion. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes: Ukraine Issues Guidance on Corporate Tax Benefits Argentina Proposes Tax on Profits of Firms Benefiting From War ICRICT Calls on G-20 to Establish Global Asset Regi…
 
The IRS is struggling. As millions of Americans completed their annual tradition of filing taxes earlier this week, they again connected with a sprawling government agency besieged by issues that money alone can't solve. The IRS is still working through a backlog of unprocessed tax returns and can't keep up with a flood of phone calls from taxpayer…
 
On this episode Mike Jesowshek, CPA talks Andrew M Ayers in a part 3 of our estate planning mini series about a revocable living trust. 1) Types of Trusts 2) When Should I Create A Trust? 3) Do I Still Need a Will? 4) What Are The Main Components of a Trust? Some Terminology 5) Mistakes to Avoid LINKS FROM THE SHOW Show Blog: https://www.taxsavings…
 
Unlike other community development incentives that typically have seasoned developers and investors, renewable energy transactions often have developers and/or investors who are new to tax incentives. It’s critically important that investors and developers understand the book accounting or generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and implica…
 
A review of the week's major US international tax-related news. In this edition: US Treasury Secretary says BEPS 2.0 will help global economies recover from COVID-19 pandemic, Ukraine crisis – IRS releases new Schedules K-2, K-3 FAQs – US Senate Foreign Relations Committee issues report on proposed US-Chile tax treaty.…
 
IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig discusses the current state of the tax agency, including the paper return backlog, technology improvements, and hiring updates. Listen to the entire interview here: The State of the IRS with Commissioner Charles Rettig For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes: Rettig Warns Against New Info Reporting …
 
Every investor will face it sooner or later. Their income will cap out. It happened to me around year two in the business. No matter how hard I tried, there was only so much money I could make with the way I was operating my business. But eventually things starting clicking. Once I figured out how to bust through that glass ceiling, my business (an…
 
The quick pace of consultations into complex new rules from the OECD is keeping tax practitioners busy. The Paris-based institution has already in 2022 launched several consultations into the “building blocks” of a new international tax system. Pillar One of the plan would reallocate a sliver of the profits of the largest and most profitable busine…
 
On this episode Mike Jesowshek, CPA talks Andrew M Ayers in a part 2 of our estate planning mini series about the power of attorney document. 1) Financial Power of Attorney 2) Signing Your POA 3) Where Do You Get One? 4) What Do You Do With It When It's Signed? 5) Healthcare Power of Attorney 6) What's in a Healthcare Power of Attorney? 7) Signing …
 
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