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Best Taxplanning podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Taxplanning podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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While we all have dreams of simplifying our lives, it is not easy. Our podcast is here to help. It focuses on topics that can help make your life easier -- from finances and wealth planning, to your health, travel and more. It’s about putting life in perspective and having a game plan. Questions or topics you would like us to discuss, email podcast@marinerwealthadvisors.com or visit http://www.marinerwealthadvisors.com/podcast
 
On this retirement investing podcast, financial planner Joe Anderson, CFP® and certified public accountant Big Al Clopine answer your money questions about investing, portfolio diversification, how to reduce taxes, creating retirement income, collecting Social Security benefits, how much you can spend in retirement, Roth conversions, and more. Retirees and pre-retirees listen to this irreverent and informative personal finance podcast to laugh as they learn strategies that can help them reti ...
 
Designed to challenge old-school business practices and the traditional business suit culture, on unsuitable on Rea Radio you'll hear industry professionals speak about meaningful, modern solutions to help you enhance your company’s growth. Hosted by Doug Houser.
 
Every week Jake Rivas, Financial Advisor To Millennials, will hit the streets, coffee shops, and restaurants to get raw feedback from YOU about the real financial obstacles you are facing today. Jake will help you take the guesswork out of managing your money choices while curating and sharing the best advice and insights into making smart money choices. Jakes Two Cents will help you navigate credit, financial debt, saving for the future, student loans, mortgages, travel, money, lifestyle, a ...
 
Welcome to the Financial Detox® Show—a show that’s dedicated to helping you retire with confidence. Your host, Jason Labrum is a Certified Financial Planner and Founder of Intelligence Driven Advisers. For over 20 years, he’s shown people how to steer clear of toxic advice, achieve financial peace of mind, and manage their wealth for maximum impact—and now, he wants to empower YOU to do the same! Join Jason and his co-host Alex Klingensmith every other week, as they simplify the complex, sha ...
 
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SmartWealth Radio
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Here at SmartWealth Radio, our mission is to provide quality education on topics such as retirement planning, alternative investments, tax and estate planning, and more for the purpose of building and/or storing your wealth in safe, protected, tax-advantaged vehicles. Visit www.smartwealthradio.com to learn more about who we are and what types of strategies we have that may work for you!
 
Attorney Barry Gardiner discusses legal issues relating to estate planning, wills and trusts, federal taxation, elder law, and other corporate and business law topics, especially as they relate to people and businesses in New York and New Jersey.
 
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Tax Mastery Podcast
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Welcome to the tax mastery podcast a business community outreach network of business owners teaching business owners. I am your host Jonathan McGovern founder of Kwikefile Professional Income Tax and Accounting Service and I am glad you have you taken time to learn and share with us today. Tax Mastery helps the business owner and individual to understand income tax strategies. Our mission is to educate our audience on matters of finance, taxation, and business management.
 
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Did you know you could invest based on your personal values? Jake Rivas explains how to craft a portfolio based on the ideas and values important to you. This could be important current events or even deeply held beliefs. Jake provides three main concepts to help you solidify your approach when selecting companies to invest in. Have questions a ...…
 
Cameron Huddleston discusses her book, Mom and Dad, We Need to Talk: How to Have Essential Conversations With Your Parents About Their Finances. But first, let's get into glide path: should you invest more aggressively through retirement? Which assets should you spend before you take Social Security? What should your portfolio withdrawal strate ...…
 
Many people consider their tax situations when there is a filing deadline coming up, but the reality is, by taking a more comprehensive look at your tax plan, you can potentially improve your overall wealth plan. Ryan Drake of the Mariner Wealth Advisors tax planning and preparation group joins us to talk about common mistakes and opportunities ...…
 
Show Description: Jason and Alex host a different kind of show this week, one that allows listeners to hear more about their personal lives and some of the areas that they find joy in life. In the first story Alex shares his weekend with the Cahuilla tribe of Bear Nation, an Adventure Princess group of the YMCA Ecke in Encinitas. He let his dau ...…
 
As we near the end of the year, you know what that means — tax prep is, once again, on the agenda. But, as you prepare to file your 2019 tax returns, there are several considerations to keep top-of-mind. Luckily, Chris Axene, a principal with Rea, returns to unsuitable to point us in the right direction and help us prepare for the upcoming tax ...…
 
Today a guy in an RV and a cosmopolitan financial planner (that’s Kirk and Jake of course!) are going to talk to you about something more Americans wish they would be: adventurous. Specifically, they wish they could be more bold. What on earth does financial planning have to do with boldness? That is what we will be discussing. We focus in on p ...…
 
We tackle Indexed Universal Life Insurance one more time. And you may have heard that millionaires "buy term and invest the rest" to pay estate taxes, but is it a good idea? When you have appreciated company stock, how much should you "NUA" and when, and how do you deal with the taxes? Plus, can you convert an inherited 401(k) to a Roth? When i ...…
 
Your business is a part of a larger economic ecosystem. As such, you undoubtedly share several key commonalities with others in your industry, specialization, and even geography. Because of these shared traits, whether you know it or not, help, insight, and professional expertise are never really hard to find — as long as you know where to look ...…
 
Show Description: In this show we have two very special guests, Dax and Luke Labrum. Dax and Luke are the sons of Intelligence Driven Advisers & Financial Detox Founder Jason Labrum. This show offers listeners a glimpse into the values that the Labrum family places around financial education. Dax and Luke, ages 10 and 9, share their opinions on ...…
 
In this recent Wall Street Journal article, the authors give a breakdown of three generic pieces of financial advice we all get in America, and why they may not be the best for you. Jake and Kirk discuss each of them and give you new ways to look at your financial life. For instance, we may want our children to go to college and our parents enc ...…
 
Should you stay or should you go? Joe and Big Al weigh in on whether a couple of listeners who are dissatisfied with their financial advisors should ditch or keep the advisors. Plus, how should you choose investments in your 401(k)? Is it a good idea to make Roth contributions for your kids? How do you manage taxes and penalties because of Roth ...…
 
Estate planning is a topic often put off as a conversation that can be had in the future. However, do you know what would happen if you were to suddenly pass and you didn’t have an estate plan in place or if it was drafted incorrectly? Jadin Winberg of Mariner Wealth Advisors discusses some of the more common mistakes he has encountered with re ...…
 
Show Description: Bonnie is a graduate of Texas A&M University with a degree in finance with an emphasis in investments. Through her 21-year career in the financial services industry Bonnie has worked for several wealth management firms and joined IDA in 2015. Bonnie is passionate about philanthropy, connecting local women with other women thro ...…
 
For those of you who do business across state lines, your days of paying taxes in a single state are pretty much over. Since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on South Dakota v. Wayfair, one by one, states across the country have taken steps to become more aggressive when it comes to collecting tax dollars from companies that do business in their st ...…
 
Social Security strategies if you are married to a younger spouse and have a minor child, affected by the windfall elimination provision, considering divorce for a better benefit, or unsure of the restricted application. And should you spend 401(k) money before taking Social Security? Next up, real estate: should you gift property now to reduce ...…
 
It turns out that each generation has a different view of when someone becomes an adult. When do you think a person has become an adult? Jake and Kirk discuss the various ways generations think about adulting and how to be an adult. Is the millennial generation really taking the longest to become an adult or are they on the same track as the ba ...…
 
Are you ready to trade your business for retirement bliss? Not so fast. There are a few critical pieces of the “selling process” to take into consideration if you want to sell for top dollar. Paul Gregory, a principal in Rea’s Amherst office, and Andrew Gelfand, Senior Vice President at Bruml Capital Corporation, join the show to explain how to ...…
 
Is indexed universal life insurance good for estate planning, investing or as a tax shelter for high-income earners? Should you pay down debt or save if you only have $100K saved for retirement at age 66? Should extra money be invested in your 457 or brokerage account? ETFs or mutual funds? And with the new tax laws scheduled to sunset in 2026, ...…
 
Show Description: Modern Portfolio Theory + Efficient Market Hypothesis = An Evidence Based Investment Philosophy. In this show you will learn about: - The importance of having ONE Investment Philosophy and evidence that supports what happens if you, or your advisor/adviser, does not have one. - Modern Portfolio Theory explained. Opposing views ...…
 
The phrases “outsourced accounting services,” “client accounting services,” and “client advisory services” are generating a lot of buzz in the business community these days. But what exactly are these services and why should businesses even care? Matt Long, a principal on Rea’s own CAS team, joins unsuitable to explain what CAS is and how this ...…
 
You've sold your primary residence or your rental property. How should you invest real estate proceeds for retirement? When do Joe and Big Al say you shouldn't do a Roth conversion? What’s the math on federal vs state taxes when doing a Roth conversion if you move to a no income tax state? And how is your pension taxed if you move? Transcript, ...…
 
“The fix to Public Service Loan Forgiveness hasn’t Helped very much” More than 54,000 people have applied for their public service loan forgiveness, and only 1% (around 640) have had their loans forgiven. This forgiveness program was initiated a little over 10 years ago. The program would begin forgiving loans 10 years later, and that is where ...…
 
We’ve compiled your top financial questions and are dedicating this episode of Your Life, Simplified to providing answers. Discussing topics such as charitable giving, taxes, investments, risk management, retirement planning, education funding, enrolling in Medicare versus staying on your company’s healthcare plan after age 65, to finding an in ...…
 
Show Description Brian McArthur is the President of the McArthur Group at Bridlewood Insurance. His team and he work exclusively with financial advisers to navigate clients through their Medicare enrollment under the watchful eye of, and in partnership with the client’s financial advisor. In this show you will learn about: - Why Medicare is so ...…
 
At some point, if you’re a business owner, you’ll have to think about trading your business in for retirement. And when it comes to identifying an exit strategy, you can either liquidate, keep it in the family, sell it to the highest bidder, or get your employees involved. Ted Lape, a partner with Lazear Capital Partners, joins unsuitable to te ...…
 
Show Description: Now that the 2nd decade of the 21st century is coming to a close we can reinforce timeless market lessons once again. The “Lost Decade” is a common example used when describing “the worst of times” for the S&P 500 where it returned an annualized rate of -0.95% from January 2000 through December 2009. Fast forward from January ...…
 
Your Roth IRA questions answered: when should you do a Roth conversion? Should you wait until you're in retirement to convert? What kind of income is it? How do you convert slowly so the tax bite doesn't hurt so much? How long do you have to work before you can contribute to a Roth IRA? Does the 5-year rule apply for Roth withdrawals after age ...…
 
Show Description: Jason and Alex discuss the three most common paths that we have in pursuing the best investment experience. Option 1 is the “do it yourselfer”, this person never sought professional financial advice and chose instead to manage their own investments and financial plan. Option 2 is the person who sought professional advice from ...…
 
There was a time when the word “manufacturing” would conjure up images of “dark,” “dirty,” and “dangerous” work. But these days, business owners and leaders in the field are working hard to repair the industry’s reputation. Dustin Raber, principal with Rea and director of the firm’s manufacturing services team, has witnessed the strides compani ...…
 
Choose FI: Your Blueprint to Financial Independence authors Chris Mamula (CanIRetireYet.com), Brad Barrett and Jonathan Mendonsa (Choose FI podcast) share principles that can change your life and your idea of retirement. Plus, answers to your FIRE (financial independence / retire early) questions on bridging the gap between early retirement and ...…
 
On this episode Jake and Kirk discuss the value of choosing your friends based on your financial needs. Are you the type of person who can eat a single bite of a chocolate bar and then put it away? If that’s you, then you may disregard this advice! But if you aren’t, it may be helpful to surround yourself with friends who are more frugal. https ...…
 
Show Description: Gabriel Katzner navigates the complex climate of recent estate planning law (proposed) changes. Jason and Alex crossfire questions at Gabriel in an attempt to better understand the potential implications on all of us as it pertains to taxation effects of our retirement assets, creditor protection on those same assets and much ...…
 
Whether you know it or not, machine learning has changed the way we do business — and it will continue to shake up the business community for many years to come. You may not be fully aware of the changes that are already taking place and how they might impact your future success. So we sat down with John Dages, solutions director with Fusion Al ...…
 
This week’s questions all revolve around what to do with your money - and everyone’s circumstances are different. What to do with a 401(k) after you retire and don’t really need the money just yet? What to do with cash in savings? Is the Papa Bear portfolio a good one? How best to save for retirement when you’re a sole proprietor AND a teacher? ...…
 
Just because you produce superior products, are consistently flawless in your execution, or have the best and brightest employees on your team’s roster doesn’t mean you’ll outshine the competition. For example, Columbus rock band The Toll may not have been technically superior to their competition in the late ’80s and early ’90s, but their bran ...…
 
Show Description: We are excited to announce our 10 Year Anniversary! Our original founders Jason Labrum and Rick Labrum, Darcy Wadsworth and Jordie Czapinski founded what was then called Labrum Capital Advisors in September of 2009. Over the past 10 years our clients and team have evolved to shape what has become one of the largest independent ...…
 
An entire episode dedicated to money questions that run the gamut: we’re talking about using indexed universal life insurance to insure future income, buying mutual funds or ETFs in an IRA, Roth contributions and conversions, changes to the thrift savings plan, doing a reverse mortgage leading into a possible recession, the Mega-Backdoor Roth s ...…
 
The market has been a wild ride in 2019, and the volatility in price swings and investor psychology isn’t letting up. Despite current popular opinion that recession is imminent, we are reading the signs differently. Jeff Krumpelman, chief investment strategist of Mariner Wealth Advisors joins the show to discuss how he and his team views the ma ...…
 
The current administration is considering privatizing Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. In 2007, these organizations were privatized. It was after the 2008 crisis that the government stepped in. Is this a good move by the government? If this occurs what would be the effect on normal Americans? Jake Rivas and Kirk Barbera have an interesting conversat ...…
 
Businesses continue to adapt to an increasingly digital marketplace, which means jobs (and the skills people need to do these jobs) are changing. Maureen Metcalf, founder, CEO, and board chair of the Innovative Leadership Institute, says in order to prepare for transformation in the workplace we need to be aware of the changes that are coming d ...…
 
Show Description: In recent years investors have shifted to index funds from active fund managers in a big way. Some, including Michael Burry – which was the story of the “Big Short”, believe that small-cap and particularly small-cap value is the place to be given the rush to index funds. Why? Most index funds are capitalization weighted which ...…
 
Back to investing basics: what makes for a wise investing philosophy while on the market volatility roller coaster? How do you find a financial fiduciary? How do you avoid people with bad financial intentions? What is a good investment policy statement? How do you figure out the annual percentage rate on an IRS payment plan? When should a teach ...…
 
If you've ever wondered why resumes are important, what will get yours thrown out of the running for a particular position, or how often you should dust yours off and make updates, then you’re in luck! We’re joined by Desiree Lyon, talent acquisition specialist with Rea, who is here to help us celebrate International Update Your Resume Month – ...…
 
What’s a safe withdrawal rate from your investment portfolio when that money has to last 50 or 60 years because you’re part of the FIRE (financial independence/retire early) movement? Karsten Jeske, Ph.D., CFA, aka "Big Ern" from EarlyRetirementNow.com shares his experiences. Plus, will listener Paul reach $5M by retirement? Can monthly payment ...…
 
Women often take a backseat when it comes to long-term financial planning. They’re busy juggling family, career and professional goals, but it’s imperative that women take charge of their financial futures too. Jana Shoulders of Mariner Wealth Advisors joins us to discuss the importance of women being educated about their finances and finding a ...…
 
Show Description: IDA currently serves over 1200 families and 100 companies as their fiduciary adviser team. Our clients rely on us through good market seasons and stressful ones. Through an ongoing and interactive financial planning process and an evidence-based investment philosophy our mission is to create financial peace of mind through all ...…
 
Payroll is one of your company’s most critical areas to manage – and probably one of the most scrutinized. Employees expect to receive their paychecks on a certain day and time, and they expect their checks to reflect the time they put into their job. The IRS, the Bureau of Workers Compensation and state and local tax authorities expect the app ...…
 
On this episode Jake Rivas and Kirk Barbera discuss a Bloomberg.com article “U.S. Stocks Plunge Most in 2019 on Trade Tension.” Now that investors are beginning to grasp the potential for a long-term trade conflict, they are shifting their investments to haven investments (gold, cryptocurrency.) Meanwhile, China is (supposedly) lowering their o ...…
 
An inverted yield curve has often led to a recession. Pure Financial Advisors' Executive Vice President and Director of Research, Brian Perry, CFP®, CFA, discusses the current state of the markets and he helps answer some questions from our 2019 YMYW podcast survey: are structured notes ever a good product? How can you make the most of small re ...…
 
Show Description: IDA currently serves over 1200 families and 100 companies as their fiduciary adviser team. Our clients rely on us through good market seasons and stressful ones. Through an ongoing and interactive financial planning process and an evidence-based investment philosophy our mission is to create financial peace of mind through all ...…
 
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