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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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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.
 
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, practitioners, and journalists. From the courts to Capitol Hill to the IRS, Talking Tax has it covered. Hosts: Amanda Iacone and Jeffery Leon.
 
The Small Business Tax Savings Podcast is designed specifically for small business owners. We focus specifically on tax savings and ways to have a financially sounds back bone to your small business. Hosted by the JETRO and Associates team led by Mike Jesowshek, CPA. This is a quick hitting podcast aimed to get you important information without all the fluff. JETRO and Associates is a digital accounting firm servicing clients across the country focused exclusively on small business bookkeepi ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
Join bloggers Kid Fury and Crissle for their weekly podcast covering hip-hop and pop culture's most trying stars. Throwing shade and spilling tea with a flippant and humorous attitude, no star is safe from Fury and Crissle unless their name is Beyoncé. (Or Blue Ivy.) As transplants to New York City (Kid Fury from Miami and Crissle from Oklahoma City), The Read also serves as an on-air therapy session for two friends trying to adjust to life (and rats) in the big city. The Read is part of the ...
 
Joshua J Sheats, MSFS, CFP, CLU, ChFC, CASL, CAP, RHU, REBC is a financial planner who teaches people how to live a rich life now while building a plan for financial freedom in 10 years or less. He mixes creative approaches to lifestyle design, deep-dive financial planning techniques, and hard-core business strategy to equip you with the knowledge and inspiration you need to build financial independence.
 
Beat conventional advice on personal finance, investing, and business with the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki. Get ahead with his pull-no-punches style of challenging the advice we’ve all been given on money, investing, and the economy. Frustrated and frightened by the financial advice being given by the mainstream talking heads, Robert Kiyosaki sits down with professionals from the world of money, investing, business, and personal development. Listeners will be provided variou ...
 
Broadcasting from Eugene Oregon since 2009 with over 300 episodes making us one of the longest Internet talk radio stations in the Eugene area, welcome to KRBN Internet News Talk Radio. KRBN Internet News Talk Radio's lineup: Every Wednesday, The Boze Noze Show hosted by sitting West Lane County Commissioner Jay Bozievich. Jay is donating his time each week to make himself directly available to the general public. Check out our Facebook page for upcoming events and your questions or comments ...
 
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A review of the week's major US international tax-related news. In this edition: US House of Representatives to vote on $1.9 trillion COVID-19 stimulus/relief package on 26 February, action next moves to Senate – US Treasury nominee says goal in BEPS 2.0 talks is to protect US tax revenue and ensure a level playing field.…
 
This week, Grace DeWitt, founder of Douglas Digital - Modern Sports Marketing, joins me to discuss best practices for Clubhouse. If you don't know anything about the app, we explain what it is and how you can use it strategically to network and grow your personal brand. Find me on Clubhouse @jillmbaxter or Grace @just_DeWitt13 Schedule a one-on-one…
 
Brought to you by Nugg of Knowledge at nuggofknowledge.com Tonight’s episode is really gonna get tense. My guest as a LOT to disagree with me and we’re going to fight it out. Don’t miss it! And remember to check us out at taxationistheft.info Never forget that Taxation is Theft! As always, we are streaming on multiple platforms! Find us on Facebook…
 
When are you going to finally work towards your dreams? For Tyler and Brevin, the time is NOW! (Well, sometime this week, anyway...) Tyler is no longer freaking out as much, and Brevin is a bona fide country boy now. Their new challenges will bring peace of mind and relaxation, just in very different ways :) Write into dosomethingtoo@gmail.com with…
 
Nick Watts has a Master of Divinity degree from Queensland Theological College. He talks with Bob about his book, which argues that the Bible claims that taxation is tantamount to slavery. Interestingly, Nick went into his project as a conservative small government man and emerged as a Rothbardian who has no political ruler except Christ the King. …
 
In this episode I will be unpacking Mike Green and Erik Townsend on Bitcoin, I will also be unpacking Ben Felix on Millennials and Day trading and for the final segment I will be talking about Crude Oil, expectations for Monday and the week. Stay tuned for a brilliant episode. Unpacking Mike Green and Erik Townsend and Bitcoin Unpacking Ben Felix O…
 
It's Friday! Today we cover: 2:08 - Should I take out a HELOC on my house to invest in stocks? 20:48 - Can I save money on my taxes by starting a dental tourism company? 25:15 - Is the career of a CFP a good career? 39:20 - Should I sell my $600,000 crypto portfolio? 59:28 - How can I find new and interesting ideas for my life? 1:09:28 - How can I …
 
Watch the full episode at TheBeehive.com! Intro (0:00-5:38) Today In The Beehive (5:38) A man accused of murder assigns homework to his friends and the world’s “fastest” man has too many nicknames. No Baller (18:52) Chris discusses the rise of social media in sports broadcasts and how to better incorporate it. Traffic and Weather (33:31) Why Tho? (…
 
Nancy Pelosi and Schumer are trying to pass a bill that only covers about 1% for covid. The rest of it is for nonsense that has nothing to do with covid. The President and the Democrats are pushing a bill that does nothing for the American people. 1% of $1.9 trillion for political payback is not acceptable to the American people. Those Democrats pu…
 
Rebecca Thompson of Prosperity Now, a nonprofit based in Washington, D.C., discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected low-income communities and families of color in the United States, and what tax policy tools could help them. For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes: IRS Plan for Monthly Child Credit Distribution Lacks Deta…
 
Retail investors had the opportunity to make a lot of money thanks to recent spikes for GameStop, AMC, and other stocks. New traders who cashed out big gains in 2020 could face complications this tax season. Many novice traders used the online trading app Robinhood. The company missed a Feb. 16 deadline to send those clients tax documents needed fo…
 
On this week's podcast, Paul interviews Jerry Walker, President & CEO of the Independent Community Bankers Association of New Mexico. After chatting about the importance of independent and community banks in New Mexico, Paul and Jerry spend most of the podcast discussing bills before the New Mexico Legislature that would create a new, state-owned b…
 
In this month's episode: we know the world’s broken. Apparently we need $9 trillion to fix it. We find out how we can pay for the pandemic and a just transition with Ben Tippet of the Transnational Institute. Plus: Casino Capitalism: what really happened with the Gamestop frenzy and what does it tell us about 'investment?' You can read the Transnat…
 
Watch the full episode at the beehive.com Intro (0:00-6:36) Today In The Beehive (6:36) A Daily Herald news article reports (at great lengths) on how sinful Utah is. This Is The Place (22:01) Robert Rask is the founder of Rask Guitars in Orem, UT. He describes what drew him to guitar building, the emotional connection he feels with music and instru…
 
Mediation should be used in construction disputes more. There are issues that arise on almost every construction site that leads to a dispute. It can be a change order that was not approved, billing for materials not part of your construction contract, over charges, construction quality issues, construction schedules and various charges for being l…
 
In this episode of The Spotlight Podcast, we focus on self-care including tips for managing anxiety and stress. We're joined by Bea Grist, Spotlight's Mental Health and Wellbeing Manager who shares practical self-care tips and information about you can sign up to the wellbeing programme, which is now available to members.…
 
LIVE TODAY @ 4:00 pm Pacific, It's the Boze Noze Show! The legislature is in session and your freedoms and hard earned money are not safe. From allowing local governments to restrict Constitutionally affirmed rights to a slew of new taxes and fees it is hard to keep track of all the ways our legislature is trying to make Oregon a jobless wasteland.…
 
Understanding the various investment opportunities is half the battle. The other half is understanding which one works best for YOU. In today’s episode we’ll compare tax liens, tax deeds and overages to help you determine which is best for you based on the amount of capital you have (if any), the returns you can expect and the time you have availab…
 
If you answer yes to any of these questions you NEED to listen to this podcast: did you get a PPP loan in 2020? Did you get the ERTC in 2020? Did you have payroll in 2020 OR will have payroll 2021 for 3rd party employees? If you answered YES to any of these questions, this podcast could make you THOUSANDS! If you have questions or need assistance w…
 
Bob explains his idea for the general legal principle under which children would constitute a particular case: Namely, treat the parent (or legal guardian) as a trustee acting upon behalf of the trustor, who is the future (adult) version of that child. Mentioned in the Episode and Other Links of Interest: Rothbard's book Ethics of Liberty (free pdf…
 
When I went to college we were all required to take a class called, "Marriage and Family Life". The college knew that many were going to college not just for an education, but they were going to find a marriage partner at school. So we were all required to learn what we were going to get into. Once you say, "I Do", life changes, but in most of our …
 
On this episode Mike Jesowshek, CPA has special guest Matt Ruttenberg on to continue our series on retirement plan options. On this episode we discuss advanced retirement options for high income earners. 1) What Is A Cash Balance Plan? 2) Looking to connect with a professional or find out which retirement plan is right for you? Go Here: https://lif…
 
Nina Kaufman is a Small Business Champion, Award-Winning Attorney, trusted Thought Leader, and bookworm. She is the Founder and CEO of Business Exponential, a coaching platform for solo and small knowledge-based firms. Nina understands firsthand that running an expertise-based service has unique challenges. Over the past 25 years, she has worked wi…
 
Today it’s clearer than ever, the problem facing millions of people around the world is the lack of financial education being taught in our schools. In this episode, our guests discuss how what the world needs more now than ever is entrepreneurs and investors with a high financial IQ, who have the financial education to understand money and how it …
 
On this week's conversation, Paul and Wally begin by discussing Rep. Deb Haaland's nomination and the start of her hearing process to become Secretary of Interior. Paul recently wrote about her here. The Lujan Grisham Administration recently said that oil/gas drilling companies are moving out of NM to Texas thanks to Biden ban. Oil prices have been…
 
Under the Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program, public housing authorities (PHAs) can purchase, resyndicate, develop and manage affordable housing properties. These opportunities are part of the reason why an increasing number of PHAs are creating low-income housing tax credit (LIHTC) entities and other affiliate entities. In this week’s T…
 
Today In The Beehive (6:27) Legislation is in session and poorly constructed snowmen are picketing in downtown Salt Lake City. Should Utah taxpayers be giving money to Hollywood? Where did the extra $1.5 billion come from? What should our official state rock be? Why aren’t the snowmen more representative of Utah? No Baller (39:14) The Utah Jazz are…
 
In a preview of her Accounting & Assurance and Employee Benefit Plans columns in the spring 2021 Pennsylvania CPA Journal, Dr. Nancy Stempin, director of technical accounting at Brown Schultz Sheridan & Fritz in Camp Hill, Pa., and an adjunct professor at Fairleigh Dickinson University, joins us to discuss changes to SAS Nos. 134, 136, 137, and 139…
 
In this episode I will be unpacking Jim Bianco, the future of Covid-19, wallstreetbets and its impact on the future of investing and for the final segment, I will be talking about the British Pound, expectations for Monday and the week ahead. Stay tuned for another brilliant episode. Jim Bianco on the Pandemic Wallstreetbets and what this means for…
 
This week we look at: A §280E case with potential impact outside of the cannabis industry Legal malpractice settlement could not be treated as excludable physical injury award IRS admits to an issue with 260,000 notices Calls come to extend the April 15 deadline again this year An audio only version of this week’s program can be streamed or downloa…
 
A review of the week's major US international tax-related news. In this edition: US Congressional tax leader says no consensus on international tax changes – “Platform for Collaboration on Tax” releases toolkit to help developing countries with effective transfer pricing documentation requirements – OECD Forum on Tax Administration releases new han…
 
I love the ladybug. It is an amazing little bug that helps this world by protecting the trees. When a tree is infected by aphids, the tree pumps out a cloud of fragrance that attracts the ladybug. The ladybug gets the message and fly's to the tree to start killing off the aphids. What do you think the business story will be from the ladybug? Listen…
 
Josh Goodman of the Pew Charitable Trusts talks about the organization’s recent report on how states can direct economic development to people and places in need. ** This episode is sponsored by Avalara. For more information, visit avalara.com/taxnotes. *** Credits Host: David D. Stewart Executive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Janelle Julien Showrunn…
 
On this week's Tipping Point NM interview Paul sits down with Christian Robey, Vice President of External Affairs at the Media Research Center. The Center focuses on anti-conservative media bias and the Rio Grande Foundation is part of their Free Speech Alliance, an organized conservative response to media and tech bias. The discussion includes Rus…
 
The U.S. has fallen behind other countries’ efforts to police the use of sales-suppression software known as tax zappers. That’s according to Richard Ainsworth, a tax law specialist and adjunct professor at New York University Law School and Boston University School of Law. When a retailer plugs a tax zapper into a register, the technology can esse…
 
In a 2019 article, Bob quoted Mises who believed that new gold discoveries, in principle, could cause a (small) boom-bust cycle if the gold hit the loan market before other sectors. Walter Block and Bill Barnett have responded in a new article, arguing that in a free market, new commodity money can't cause such distortions. Mentioned in the Episode…
 
Today I am at podcast 993. I am just about to 1,000 podcasts. That is a lot of work over the years to teach business through a podcast. I have loved every moment of it. Today's title podcast pretty much tells it all. i see people posting pictures of mounds of money or diamond studied watches on social media. Dumbest thing to do. You are posting evi…
 
In a preview of his presentation at the March 18-19 PICPA CFOs and Controllers Conference, “CFO Whisperer” David Axson, a CFO strategist and adviser, joins us to discuss the role of the organizational advisor. We also touch on how COVID-19 has shaped the function as well as the future for finance professionals. To read the full transcript click her…
 
Live Wednesday at 4 PM Pacific time – it sounds unthinkable to rely totally on electricity and to get rid of natural gas which is what Eugene is actually considering following AOC's in the Biden administration's "Green new deal" to reduce carbon and of course, reduce some more green in our wallets. Imagine that you're in Texas right along with mill…
 
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