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Fresh "accountant" from Bloomberg Daybreak Asia
"LLP accountants and advisers presents tax chat with Richard Goldstein senior principal and co leader a burden state and local tax practice COVID-19 pandemic state and local government restrictions have caused many people to shelter in place outside their primary state of residence The new normal of remote working has proliferated potentially costly state and local tax residency issues For example if you live in Manhattan but have been residing and working in Connecticut because of the pandemic you may be a resident of one or both states and potentially taxed twice on the same income At burden we help clients develop a plan to address double residency concerns and non resident income allocation to minimize their overall tax liability If you're a high net worth individual or a business owner let Burton help protect you.
Fresh update on "accountant" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Time for the burden accountants and advisers sports reporter John Stanton Thanks Nathan the braves have suffered a lot of postseason heartbreak over the years now with chance to win over their second World Series since the move to Atlanta The other was in 1995 reigns and Astros begin the series tonight in Houston where 72 year old dusty baker has a chance to win his first title as a manager He's gone through postseason heartbreak especially 2002 what is giants led the angels three games to two that game 6 5 to nothing in the 7th inning Dusty played for the braves That's where he formed a close relationship with the late Hank Aaron Peter tremendous impact Not only on the baseball field but in my life and in my family And.
Fresh update on "accountant" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Before the opening bell following the company's latest results which were mixed the data came on the heels of revelations unearthed in hundreds of internal documents disclosed by a whistleblower and published by a consortium of media organizations including Bloomberg More history made on Wall Street yesterday the Dow closed at a new record high of 35,741 the S&P 500 was also higher and finished at a new record and the NASDAQ logged gains Tesla shares surged more than 12% and vaulted the company into an exclusive club now valued at more than $1 trillion Other U.S. companies with that distinction include Amazon Microsoft alphabet and apple Tesla's surge came amid news that hurts has ordered up a 100,000 of its electric vehicles which are expected to start hitting rental lots as early as next month hurts Surge 10% Gina cerved Bloomberg radio Berdan LLP accountants and advisers presents tax tap with Richard Goldstein senior principal and co leader of burden state and local tax practice COVID-19 pandemic state and local government restrictions have caused many people to shelter in place Outside their primary state of residence The new normal of remote working has proliferated potentially costly state and local tax residency issues For example if you live in Manhattan but have been residing and working in Connecticut because of the pandemic you may be a resident of one or both states and potentially taxed twice on the same income at burden We help clients develop a.
Judge suspends Britney Spears' father from her conservatorship
"Spears is free from her father yes yes so. A judge ruled on wednesday to remove her father as her conservator saying the situation is toxic. Literally the judge said that. I don't think she meant to be funny. But oh my gosh really worked. Did they die earlier this month. Britney spears his father jamie asked to end the the controversial thirteen year conservative ship. He will now be replaced by a temporary conservator. Who's a certified public accountant to take over his daughter. Sixty million dollar estate so as part of his suspension he will have to hand over all records to the new conservator back in july. If you guys remember this britney spears broke down at a hearing saying her father has ruined her life by controlling everything from relationships to having more children to work mincemeat horrible right for years. Britney fans have been protesting this conservative ship using the hashtag free brittany in the belief that her father was exploiting her a termination. Hearing of the conservative ship is actually set for late december but will most likely be moved up especially after this news
"accountant" Discussed on Grazing
"Will be our busiest weekend, starts off slow. Everybody wants this is my I don't know. This is what I think is that people want their pumpkins two weeks out two weeks before Halloween. And so our busiest weekend and last year we had 8000 people was the middle of October 15th. Peaks, and then by Halloween, it's very low volume on Halloween. I don't know if it's been there done that, or there's too many other things going on Halloween trick or treat and whatnot. But Halloween weekends usually not that. I mean, I say not that busy. We'll have three, 4000 people. We don't have the 8000 people. And y'all don't do the haunted house attraction. No more. It's been about three I can't remember. Maybe 5 years, you know, time is just fine. But it's been a while. And it just really wasn't, you know, our demographic is three year olds and 12 year olds. We target that. We ever ever traction we put in we make sure that fits that three to 12 year old demographic. And the hard house doesn't. And so it was a totally different demographic, totally different customer base. And so we just decided that wasn't what we do. That's three to 12. That's what attracts me the most. That's where I fit in. It's a good market to deal with. I mean, families with children, that's great demographic. And the world is so nutty and backwards right now that it's probably I would imagine an escape for a lot of people that aren't they don't have access to a farm or access to land, they can come out and be in that environment. And it probably feels I imagine safe to them. We had our biggest year ever last year in the COVID year. Biggest issue ever. Everybody wanted to get outdoors. Of course they've been cooped up for the whole year. And so October came around, we were open and we had our biggest season ever. It's very important because obviously you're running a business, but you're providing a service for people to be there enjoy and I imagine it's very therapeutic to them. Just like you said during that strange time last year, that was an escape for a lot of people. And that's very important. So kudos to you for offering that to people and given access like that. So the last question I would like to ask you, JF, I would rent you Caroline. They may have some more questions. But there was a guy I think he's probably still there. Tom Brown he works for farm bureau. He's down in Murray county. Then I Colombia. And he has, I think a small business..
"accountant" Discussed on Grazing
"And that first year we had 3500 people. And so I'm like, man, this is cool. And so I kind of got into the industry and was in pumpkin patches and Christmas tree farms and things like that. We're just starting to become a thing. It's kind of when the tobacco industry was kind of fizzling or changing, converting over. And so they were tend to department agriculture was looking at diversification and they're like, well, you want to get out tobacco, maybe you can get an angle truism. And so they were giving some grant money the tea, AEP, grant money, and the state was they built an department to support us. And then they encouraged us to set up association..
"accountant" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption
"Hello welcome to episode one hundred and sixty nine go beyond disruption podcast brought to you. By the association of international certified professional accountants the unified voice of the epa and seema. Every week on the podcast. Shane sites from inside the accounting and finance profession. That help you stay ahead of the curve. Whatever part of the profession you work in. i'm kyle hanan. I'm based in the and office and the heart of the city of london every now and then on this podcast. We'll be sharing content from online articles and blog posts. And we'll be doing this particularly where it helps us build a better picture of what's powering. The global finance professions resilience in this era of disruption and wherever possible. We'll look at different regions of the world to help. Put your finger on the pulse of on the minds and on the desks of your professional peers and the many varied communities of all one profession unless this week a walk through a recent article on the member insides pages of sima global dot com. And it's opposed to which will link to in the episode notes if you'd like to read it for yourself it's inspired by the fact that the pandemic is still a significant issue for many finance professionals and as of the recording date of this podcast which is early september twenty twenty one many in the sima community around the world a facing more lockdowns however as southeast asia regional advisory panel has reported much cause for optimism they said that adversity and disruption have compelled governments business and finance leaders to develop new paths to better resilience. I say that speedy technological innovation has become the norm and that the professions boldness has helped. There's and other businesses survive by preparing for a digital future in a way and at a speed. That few could have foreseen now. The article focuses on how management accountants are at their best when decisions need to be made. Especially when the stakes are high. And despite the fact that southeast and australasian economies are being impacted through continuous lockdowns and slow vaccination rowlatt finance leaders according to the article. Aw still cautiously optimistic. It's written by my colleague. Andrew harding chief executive of management accounting at the chartered institute of management accountants. That's sima also by van cats on the regional vice president for asia pacific and that's for aicpa the association of international certified professional accountants. It begins these issues facing businesses and economies because of the covert nineteen pandemic follow similar patterns across southeast asia and australasia however. The severity of these issues differs significantly depending on industrial sector on country and on the depth of vaccine protection programs. This is the picture painted by the association's regional advisory panel members from south east asia and australasia. Who recently met to discuss the challenges being faced by accounting and finance professionals so what is currently top of mind for the profession in the region. Well they focus on four key areas. The first is that vaccination rollouts are key south east asia and australasia has a low rate of vaccination deployment when compared to other regions of the world. The near term impact is hugely affecting the reopening of the leisure and travel sectors and economies. That depend on tourism. However it's more than a dependency on vaccinations that's causing concerns. Whilst many nationals have returned from overseas during the pandemic attracting overseas talents with its fresh thinking and expertise in new and emerging practices is no longer an option in many markets some fair that isolated businesses and economies risk being disadvantaged on the global stage as some markets emerge from the pentatonic foster than others. A voice of concern was also add by foreign experts who find the host nations. Being unfriendly access to the vaccine has being dependent on embassy support as national citizens of prioritized concurrently those experts who want to return to the nation risk. There wouldn't fees being revoked if they decide to leave ruling out coming back to their role at some point in the future. The secondary of concern was innovative digital business models acceleration however it isn't all doom and gloom one positive outcome of the crisis has been technological acceleration digital transformation has proven its value and has become the new normal business models than have adapted quickly have been able to sustain themselves to resilient and sustainable profits these businesses also find themselves able to seize new opportunities as markets come out of lockdown the third factor is government policies and support critical for jobs government policies and economic support measures have proven critical getting people in businesses through the crisis thus far however many small-to-medium-sized businesses remain on the brink with only limited support available to them and unemployment is rising fast in countries. That have been reliant. On tourism panel members felt governments will to play a critical role in the coming months by providing subsidies as well as aid if the pace of recovery is to be accelerated in the hardest hit economies. The article ends with a focus. On growing optimism. It says that despite the region remaining in the grips of the pandemic when the pedal was asked about the future there was some shed optimism for the months ahead. The rollouts of vaccine programs at the region was accelerating which supports the development of herd community offers opportunities for the return of tourism crossborder trade and travel out of adversity. There have been key learnings in developing resilience for governments for business and for finance teams. And that's the end of the article. If you'd like to read it for yourself either full of the lincoln the episode notes in your podcast app or go to sima goebel dot com and search for member insights than filter your search results for most recent you can find out and all the previous podcast episodes that go beyond disruption dot com where you could comment on our shows share up swords with your own network and get all of which episodes automatically as they're released completely free you can follow us any podcast apple social network thank you so much for listening from the aicpa encima office in london on kyle hannan. We'll be back soon with more conversations that help you and your profession to go beyond disruption till next time keep listening and keep saying goodbye. Thanks for listening to this episode of beyond disruption brought to you by the association of international certified professional accountants. Learn more about today's topic at aicpa dash see dot com forward slash disruption. This podcast is designed to provide illustrative information with respect to the subject matter covered and does not represent an official opinion or position of the association of international certified professional accountants or any of its subsidiaries or affiliates it is provided with the understanding that the association it's affiliates and subsidiaries are not engaged in rendering legal accounting or other professional services if such advice or expert assistance is required. The services of a competent professional person should be sought the association its subsidiaries and affiliates make no representations warranties or guarantees as to and assume no responsibility for the content or application of the material contained herein and expressly disclaimed all liability for such damages arising out of the use of reference to or reliance on such material..
Enron: The Black Box
"Enron chief financial officer. Andy fastow was about to kill an alligator. That's what former enron ceo rich kinder used to call it. He said that enron's problems we're like alligators and to fix them. You had to get in the swamp kick out all the alligators than kill them. One by one fast. Al likes to remind himself of this every time. Someone at enron becomes a problem and when that happens. It's time to go alligators fast. Out gets out of his chair paces with each passing second. He gets a little angrier. Then there's a knock at the door. Today's alligator has arrived. It's open jeff. Mcmahon enters enron corporate treasurer glorified accountants more. Like it and fastow hates him. You wanted to see me andy. Yeah how'd you meeting with jeffco my meeting with killing the slip your mind. You don't remember speaking jeff behind my back and do we really have to do this. Your problem talk right now. Fine the current situation with l. J. m. is completely untenable is it. Yeah you're enron. Cfo but separately. You run j. An investment fund. That does all its business with enron. Yeah so so. This is a conflict of interest about bankers at maryland. I union calling me you've launched. Ljm two now and you want them to provide debt financing and you're threatening to pull enron's business altogether if they won't do it and also enron employees are telling me that when they negotiate with ljm. It strongly implied that if they fight for themselves too hard they'll be punished with negative performance. Reviews over at enron andy. This is completely out of control. Fastow clinches and unconscious his fist in feel the heat in his face knowing he's turning red wonders what would happen if he just hit mcmahon right here in the office he could probably get away with it.
How to Grow Your Business With Kevin Abood
"Kevin. Thanks very much for joining us today. Too heavy on the shy can maybe just to kick things off. Can you just tell us a little bit of yourself and your experience in the automotive industry. Look thanks. John and mac openly industry for thirty three years. started off as an accounting presence or starbucks Capital mothers beckoning noni ninety eight as in industry for quite some time and have grind through various different departments. So i started off. Accountant moved into a financial controller. All come the secretary then moved into operational role with pay the warren the mighty more business operations today and became general magic dealer. Principal side doing dill principal general management roles since two thousand six two thousand seven About fifteen sixteen years loving Important interesting journey in while the things with the automotive industry is when you join a us decided for a very long time will. You're in and out very quickly Fortunate to me of being food but sometime
Manhattan DA Expected to File Charges Against Trump Organization, Has Nothing on President Trump
"Charlie Gasparino, who is a real reporter, Eleanor Tariff. Don't know who she is. For the past five years. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance has been investigating the Trump Organization. Donald Trump his sons, Eric and Don Jr for alleged tax front. The inquiry produced three million pages of documents based on 100 subpoenas. Is Fox Business First report advance even created it task force some accountants and lawyers to make a possible indictment of the former president and his sons. The office is top priority. The result of this effort will be disclosed tomorrow on what appears to be a case that falls significantly short. Prosecutors initial grandiose visions and by the way, prosecutors are not supposed to have grandiose visions. Fox Business has learned that Vance's office plans to charge the Trump Organization's chief financial officer, Alan Wisenberg, and the organization itself with fraud. For what Over perks. Why Sandburg received that We're not Canada's income and thus allegedly criminally evaded taxes. Now this is unbelievable. Usually the IRS will come and slap your hand pass for the perks with penalty and interest. Neither the former President Norris, two signs with with whom he runs his real estate and country club empire are expected to be charged. People with direct knowledge of the matter told Fox Business. Expected indictment of wisely break. I have no doubt they tried to force Wisenberg to testify to say anything like they did with Manafort. But they don't have
Kicking Doors Open (With GIna Yashere)
"Welcomes professional troublemaker. Why thanks for having lobby. I've been jodi west. Read your books are falling you. As far as i'm concerned where friends. I don't care what anybody says. I consider you my friend. We'd be taxing what night best size world opens back up. We gotta beat up in some city in the world. yes. I want to be in this like julian coogan with volun- symphony and everybody the because i've seen a lot on instagram. Pre pandemic alaba jealous. How come. I'm getting buy into these. Hang out. I might not nigerian. I'm coming you're getting an invitation. I always curious what you wanted to do or be when you were growing up. What was like seven-year-old gino's dream gina. Where it's a scientist and an athlete at the same time really. I was a splinter hundred meters was my jam and i was talented and obviously a time from fat. You know had a nigerian families. Are you got the five career doctor. Lawyer accountant engineer own disgraced the family. My mom was going to be a doctor. You're going to be a doctor. But even seven on new. I didn't really like the cya blood. I didn't like barbosa. I want to be scientists. And she's like okay so scientists at athlete i wanted to scientists discover new immi bosom new cells and these things than in my spare time willing olympics. One hundred meters. That was seven
When You Should Hire A Tax Professional as a Business Owner
"First up we have been who asked what three questions someone should ask themselves if they think they're ready to fire themselves as an accountant bookkeeper. So ben i'm going to make this very simple for you. There's really only one question you need to ask and that is do you own a business because of the answer is yes and you do own a business. It's already time to find yourself in higher tax professional right. This taxes are too tricky. Once you own a business to be trying to do them yourselves if you just have a w. to fine get on turbo tax crank that thing out nice and simple but once you have a business there is too much you can mess up whether that's missing deductions. You're entitled to or trying to take things that you're not entitled to the then gonna cost you significant penalties and interest right so once you're a business. Owner is time to hire a tax professional. The bookkeeping end of. That is a little more tricky. Especially because that can get expensive so the sooner that you can move those tasks with professional the better. You certainly want to make sure you can fit your budget. You don't want to do it before you can actually afford it right. But the thing to think about is that not only. Does this take time away from doing things that actually make you money. Meaning if you're spending time bookkeeping you're not sent spending time making sales and doing all these things that actually make you money but you are also very likely doing things wrong. Okay even a moderately experienced person. That's had some experience with numbers is going to mess up their own bookkeeping. If this isn't what they do is a profession. Okay so by the time you hire somebody you're gonna spend way more time and money to get it cleaned up so the quick answer on went to hire a professional when the fire yourself from these tasks is a s. Ap if you wanna business
Data Ethics, Then and Now With Kinesso's Sheila Colclasure
"So similar to the brood x cicadas hatch of two thousand twenty one. The eruption of privacy related news has been in the works for a long time incubating underground for something like oh seventeen or twenty years before crawling out into the open air and swarming the earth in the form of privacy laws and tracking restrictions from the browsers and from tech platforms The companies that ultimately control advertisers access to consumer data at scale. There's insects everywhere. My guest today is sheila. Kaul closure sheila is the global chief digital responsibility and public policy officer at knesset. Oh previously she spent twenty one years at axiom and at live ramp prior to the acquisition of axiom by interpol group after that acquisition canessa was set up as a standalone brand housing. All of the axiom Sort of data services offerings As her retitled suggests. Sheila is intensively focused on understanding the privacy landscape which is increasingly an ethical as as a legal quagmire. I'm delighted to have her on the podcast. She loved welcome. Thank you zachary. I am delighted to be here and delighted to talk about this fabulous topic. And i love. The insect analogy couldn't resist so before we jump in. Just tell us. How did you get into this data ethics and governance game going back twenty. One years at axiom great question. well. I started my career in the united states senate and after the senate i moved what they say is off hill and i went to work for the fabulous and very sexy american institute of certified public accountants were managed congressional and political affairs and that led me really into the policy realm as a deep policy. Wonk how do you navigate. Hit the difference between good policy and good politics. And then i had the very good fortune to have an extra at axiom and i brought my expertise and good policy and good politics and then my executive team at the time said you know I think we need to build a program around this help us in there. I began my journey
How to Exit Your Small Business Rich
"Do you exit your small business rich here to guide us is sharon lechter. Who's an entrepreneur. Author and chartered global management accountant with thirty five year career. Experience that a licensed. Cpa and a lifelong advocate. She's the founder and ceo of pay your family first financial education organization sharon authored the international best seller rich dad poor dad and it's released fourteen other books in the rich dad series shares. The author of a new book called exit rich. The six pm method to sell your business for huge profit sharon to the show. Thank you so much. I'm so happy to be with you today. Thank you so. I think a lot of small business owners start companies because they think they're exit rich but so many of them don't how come i think it's mainly because they don't take the time to understand how to build the foundation around the business. They they get initial success. They get all excited and they end up focusing on profit and sales without building that structure and foundation. You can't build a house without going down i to build a foundation. You have to put him electric and plumbing. Same thing in your business you hit in order to take your successful business and make it sustainable and scalable eventually salable. You have to put in those business systems after. Identify your operations. How you're doing identify your competitive advantage intellectual property and protected and so those are all the things that we've outlined in. The book is how you can identify that hidden value that you have in your company and put that structure in so that you create an asset too many business owners own a job not
Integrated Digital Mapping for Better City Management
"Nicholas luker is my guest on future cities africa reiter at one man. And i'm really looking forward to this discussion but before we get into that nicholas welcome. Give us a brief intro to your background and current role. Hi dan thank you very much. The pleasure being looking forward to it for a while chartered accountant could roped into the family. Business just off the articles. And you're just fell in love with with maps and mapping and everything you can do with who is one map. And what exactly do you do. Online mapping company and i'll online mission. Is we make the national property register easily accessible and help organizations lincoln attitudes nor to produce actionable insights so he basically just use the map to make complex multidimensional data less abstract more easy to understand so typically we were involved is mainly active in the local governments. Spice way we've got a number of municipal financial systems who integrate with us who integrate to make the financial system in visualized on a map. So that you don't just see a list of data actually see a visual display. So typically we we've been involved in some municipalities have been malonga one one specifically larger municipality. We help them reconcile the evaluation role with the billing system to identify inconsistencies between the market value and the valuation roll value especially the supplementary evaluations. And this we we help them. identify around. Ten million in lost revenue is it just kind of showed The value of visualizing the data and bringing into a common context rating is. What the map does. It's not it's not just about visualizing it's about bringing it into a common context.
Answering Tax Questions for Entrepreneurs
"First up. We have a question from sandy. Who wants to know. If you've con- contractors or customers are located all over the world. Do you need an accountant that specializes in that and are there. A counts as specialize in that or is it better to find someone who service your local community and by an accountant that specializes in that out. I'm guessing she means in an international talent someone who knows about taxes in in other countries and the first thing to understand here is that the you don't need an international account if your clients are located all over the world. It's actually a little little bit confusing in contrary to what you'd think but it generally doesn't matter where your your customers are. It matters where you are where you're conducting business and this is becoming even more important as as entrepreneurs are going virtually and in almost every every industry right so if you are located in let's say california and you have a client in. Let's say australia. You are generally not going to have to worry about australian taxes of taxes. All those going to matter is the. Us and california taxes. Okay so that's the first thing. Don't worry about where your customers are worried about where you are so unless you're traveling to different parts of the world all you need is an accountant that knows. Us taxes now. As for whether you should hire a local professional. I would actually be more focus on a tax professional accounting professional. That knows your industry. The state tax laws. They're mostly straightforward. There's there's not too much specific things in there that you need someone that specializes in. Let's say california. What i would say would benefit you. More would be someone who knows your specific end industry inside now. Meaning they know what types of deductions are typical for your industry. They know what your numbers look like compared to other people in your industry and they can guide you accordingly there so don't necessarily worry about international account especially if you if you just have customers overseas all that matters is where you are and also i wouldn't worry about someone local. Go with someone that knows your industry
How Savvy Lead Generation Can Help Develop Your Sales Message With Clients
"Title of this insider was called savvy lead generation and the whole idea is rather than just being out there throwing a lot of stuff out in the market on linked in you know all the social platforms and cole calls. Is there a way we can be a little bit. More savvy and shrewd and practical about how we go about generating leads in in new discussions with potential clients and so that was the foundation. That was the topic of it and the model really came into being because we said well at some point a prospect has a triggering event. They're triggered by something either. They realized they lost money last month. So they got get a better accountant or they lost a sale and say man. I gotta have. I got to put all my people in the insider or they There's there's something that happens either externally or even internally within them they just kind of come to the conclusion and then the next part is want someone is triggered they go to the research function they seek they research they look out they maybe ask somebody and those are what we call the top of the funnel areas where people they don't even know you exist yet but what they are doing is they're starting to search and seek Solutions new ways to look the problems a little education and as you come in you can help them help. Guide them to the proper solution so we talked about those first two areas. What can you be a part of that triggering or can you be a part of the research. So that by the time they get to the sales process. You're there and we know. We have loads and loads of stats. That you can find lots of different quote quotes and sources for this but that a vast majority of the sales processes takes place before salesperson becomes involved. Everybody knows this and so the question is that they're finding us as a professional salesperson and is a very good listener to the podcast. What are they saying. Are they seeing good content for you only then on the research Good things then. Though is that whatever that they're finding from you meeting them where they're at and that's you said bill on the inside or i thought it was really great as we are content. Needs to meet the people where they are because if they're the very end of the process whatever they're hearing from you needs to be different than there in the triggering event phase right so you really need to think about the buyer journey here the buyers process. And what they're going through and thinking about when you're communicating with them. How does how you communicate them. Meet them where they're
"accountant" Discussed on The Black Ones
"Got update. We got update here. Yeah roy moore podcast on your own podcast. Were all its own pocket. Joe biden is doing edgy. Live with some yes. He's going to accounting. Yes he's over accounting. It's all about accounting accounting accounting accounting. Didn't see counting yes. Joe biden live with some blockers on live. As you all know molly bori came out of their mother fucking shales. They came to put the registry capello style. Nah not referred scratching or remix. This was a one get wonder some natella nabila for your a s by now. I'm sure you know nigga came out on a rebuttal. Podcast is it was coming out of the closet. Finally they're gay not as in guy old guy they're finally de isn't happy nigga gaily but they knew it was sitting on a goldmine worth of mission so why not charged with a flex dollars to see the show. I definitely mad at him. Although you can obviously watch ship free. It's all about the support. You might ask yourself. What can you give for two bucks either a parables or you could support a good cause anyway. It was a solid debut. I got to hear the other side. Basically it all boils down to profit sharing. It wanted to see the numbers. The problem is somebody is blatantly lying. If you believe. Joe all worry that means you think them tunisia's conspired together although both forgive corroborating statements to concoct a story to defame. Joe if you believe me and not joe. It's two guys cooperating. About certain events pertaining to the issue that took place but what you people need to understand. The burden of proof is on joe. If you was to their lion present the documents it's plain and simple. If you don't do that pretty much all worry should be exonerated. But i must admit during an interview. Tim nigga seem so relaxed. Maldon see. mikey was counting. Sheep was geared up from head to toe. Rory looked like he didn't have the grudge over his shoulder. They look good. But all i know is after interview. You can feel the energy. How people are tidal waving to their side. All those who doubted them based off joe's accusations and firing him are now siding with the fuck is causing over. it was like a light switch. The puck and lights was off. It was dark as fuck show over. Vegas are berry. All of a sudden the lights popped out of nowhere. It's brightest fuck now nigga. Now see clearly but listen whether you think jones on the fourth floor not that nigga is where he's at for reason not because he rolled the short yellow bus. If you get what. I'm saying but i'm gonna end it with this. The burden of proof is on joe onto the next.
"accountant" Discussed on The Black Ones
"I've had plenty of friends. Were someone in a group. Didn't get along with one of my other friends. I didn't go up to that. One friend and say ey send you got issue different. I'm going to different nicholas because you don't like it. Don't work like that what you do what you tell you. Homie figure out what the beef is over and resolved to shit in a civilized way. It if it don't work out. I party which all motherfucker separately case closed. No wayne hale. Will i cry into the grown ass man in like a will you why you do man we still have to be. We're supposed to be goes hallways. I'd like you'll you sound like a little bitch right about now nichole. So now you've got ish whose name sounds like a mother fucking explosive in ice for some reason reminds me of adel ice. Dum dum dum. Dum dum dum dum. Dum dum ice ice baby anyway. Just because i make light of stage name doesn't mean them hate known them. It's the name not the person but anyway they ended up being mall roy placement for a brief stint until as we all know. Now the unresolvable issues was supposed to be settled between joe mullen brewery. They did a great job. People got comfortable with issue nice. The chemistry was off team. People believed in them. They spoke the truth. You want the truth nick. They spoke the truth in bam like kicking a pack of newports cold turkey the next weekend. Because it was gone marlboro came back and i was in limbo but doe came through gave them with the fans wanted a podcast show with joan like that only fan ship except it was only for patron was gearing to go until the inevitable happened sooner than later which we all know now which is the firing of mall that she just like opening it. You come back and not but obviously mall is done. So let's just say bolt. America's is gone issued. Ice your thomas now. Negros don't let you newfound fan base down. Shit always happens before their big ass contract knicks. Be down to earth to real estate can be. Once they sign a big contract they fall thadani asses..
"accountant" Discussed on The Black Ones
"Or sprint ship. That's what it seems like. Nigga shoulda understood that when they joined that podcasts. You should have known joe's all my business that's all speak on is business numbers in business. Numbers and business is businessman. Hopefully roy moore was see it like that. They can move on peacefully. Create their own paths blood mall and rory. All y'all did was get that nigga dj alkaline. I mean academics. And i do want to apologize. It's just every time. I think you'll name. I think but nine. Volt battery alkaline. Academics are pictured energizer. Bunny podcast with the exception of the ears but the similarity means are not that far off gipper. Take some confidence. But this nigga by the way has a huge task following respected in game mini. The dude has met club but no. He's not my cup of tea. I don't follow him. No subscriptions anything like that. But i do get snippets from what he says from third party outlets and from what i'll be listening to. He's just fucking annoying for me to listen to for long periods time. No fence the him. But i just can't listen to a mother fucker whose dialogue is ninety percent screaming. The whole time nikki. You gotta mix it up near. You can still get a point across without yelling every fucking time. I need to hear some kind of civility sound like. He's bullied throughout junior high high. School always had us nipples pinched tossed in a dumpster. Much money stolen on a regular all. The women thought he was too short and did get no pussy. That's had an experience me now. Don't get me wrong relax. Relax. i'm not seeing. That should happen to fix is how we sounds in no. I'm not speaking from experience that you will never know put. An academic are just insecure. Mother buckets in my opinion. Dare outlet is belittling defaming in bashing until they are no more in existence. Figuratively damore traumatize. Necas like that from your pass the more wrath. You'll get which is very fucking scary because dj academics mall in warri as long as they're breathing dd. Economics is making sure that when mall robbery. Go to sleep. They see his face knicks. Go to bed and shit counting sheep hop fences did he academics. Face gonna be on them sheep's but whether his name sounds like a battery or not bullied in school or not he's a force to be reckoned with..
The Story of Allen Carr's 'Easy Way' Method To Quit Smoking
"The easy way to quit. Smoking book started as a quit smoking. Seminar where everyone sat around smoking completely. Smoke-filled won't can in itself folk sewage. Bullshit that's john dicey. He was a heavy smoker as in eighty cigarettes a day when he attended a london seminar in the nineties. The smokers would all sit around in armchairs. Puffing away some conference room you're meant to smoke through the whole thing. A practitioner would be up front telling participants why they didn't actually like smoking and why quitting was no big deal. Every single practitioner has to be an ex smoker themselves cured by the easy way the sessions were meant to be one and done and the whole thing took about five or six hours somehow after all the talking and smoking. You're meant to put out your final cigarette and never take another puff. It's supposed to be easy and for dicey it was. He was so moved by the whole thing. He decided to quit his job. And go to work for alan carr. The man he considered literal lifesaver. Allan died in two thousand six. I wanted to know what kind of guy he was. Who just conjures up a stop. Smoking method essentially out of nowhere and goes on to sell fifty million people on an very tense worth. He was born and brought up in. What was it the time very down at heel area of london. He's scott himself as a straight Allen had zero medical background no psychology or addiction training before the easy way he was an accountant and like dicey a heavy smoker. Who wanted to stop. He saw hypnotherapist who failed to hypnotize him but it was at his appointment that he first heard. Smoking was an addiction something about that realization that he was well and truly addicted to cigarettes. It hits some switch in allen on sale. Crime tape never gonna smoke. The seat of alan carr is easy. Way is simple. It almost sounds too simple. You smoke because you're addicted to smoking and not because you enjoy. Smoking is still a hurdle for swastika out of them because a lot of people think to be addicted to something you have to like it and that simply not the case. The principle of addiction is in it. Messes up your understanding of a pleasure enjoyed allen. Figured if you understood that you could understand that giving up. Smoking wasn't really up anything at all. You didn't quit cigarettes. As gained freedom from them
When Is the Right Time to Hire an Accountant?
"Guys so pumped to have michelle brown seen here today to inform us and to help us and to give some great advice when it comes to our finances to taxes to everything when it comes to making sure we have the right practices in place when it comes to our money and our business. Michelle want to kick off by saying you know many of our listeners. They're just getting started. The business side hustle. They're they're doing on the side with their full time job and many of them are wondering when is a good time to hire an accountant sales. That's a very personal decision. and one. That really depends on where you're at in your business cycle however. I think it can make a lot of sense even when you're first starting now with a separate side-hustle Separate from your fulltime job to sit down with an accountant and perhaps do just one or two our consultation to talk about. How should i be thinking about my additional income. Make sure your filing things correctly Doing so typically. After tax time is a good time to catch most accountants. It had to be really busy in the spring. And when you get to a point where your income from your side. Business is a fifty percent or more of your overall income. That's often when i'll see someone hire an accountant now for some individuals that's not the right level. They say my by dances and my taxes are getting too complicated long before they hit that fifty percent threshold and they end up hiring an accountant. Ben and others are very comfortable filing their own taxes and end up waiting a bit longer. So really comes down to personal preference And i think it's always a good idea to sit down with an accountant up even if it's just once a year for some good hygiene check and make sure that you're doing the right things when it comes to filing your taxes and treating your outside income meaning outside from your full time job appropriately when you go to file
Why Money Will Solve Your Problems
"Money doesn't solve all your problems. I am calling b s seriously. I wanna start today's episode by just getting real when it comes to money now. I'm not a financial expert on accountant. But i can't share with you for my own experience in life in business. The effect money can have on every aspect of your life first of all. Let's talk about money for a moment when you have money problems when you can't pay your rent when you can't ensure your next meal is paid for when you don't have personal security. It's very hard for you to solve or focus on any other problem. Okay if you need to make sure your family's take care of you have shelter. You have food your car. Payments are paid if this is your top concern. If money's an issue to the point where you don't have that solved then every other problem is irrelevant okay. You can't solve for your physical health problems or your mental health problems or for your relationships or your spiritual health or whatever it is. This is just not a priority anymore. You're in survival mode okay. So all those problems take a backseat. So after about what i'm saying is the lack of money. The lack of having that financial stability doesn't even allow you to even begin to think about solving other non financial problems. You just don't have the ban with just. Don't prioritize it. Now let's say you have that financial stability. You have that ability to know that. Hey i know that my rent or my mortgage is going to get paid. My car is going to be paid money in the bank and a lot of food on the table and my basic needs are covered now. I'm not saying that automatically because all your financial problems are solved that your personal and relationship issues are solved and your mental health and all that kind of stuff is salt. But if you don't have money than solving those problems are nearly impossible. This is just the facts okay. You can't go see a counselor for your mental health or for your relationships if you don't have money to spend on that if you can't afford
'Vaxications,' Catch-up Trips and Pent-up Demand Fuel Travel Surge
"Centers for disease control says that as of two days ago almost one hundred and twenty five million people have gotten at least one vaccine shot in this country and you know that is other than really good news. That's a business. Opportunity is what that is especially if you are in the travel business searches for domestic flights for this coming summer have gone up nearly sixty percent in the past month. That's according to the travel site hopper. Google searches for hotels hit at ten year high this month and searches for plan. A trip to disney world increased. I kid you not twenty six hundred percent from march to april and forget about getting a rental car whenever you get wherever you are going marketplace's smithfield's reports on what travel pent up. Demand looks like joylin. Anthony and her husband are ridiculously excited to finally go on vacation. The pent up demand here in our own home to just leave the house and go do something. Is this huge ankara's accountant in oregon and recently at the height of tax season. I told my husband. I needed plane ticket somewhere. They decided on tennessee. Flights were pretty cheap. She says but rental cars. That's going to be one of the most expensive parts of our trip. They're also finding most places. They're thinking of visiting require reservations now and seemed to be booking up. That is true for all sorts of things from disneyland. Tickets to campsites a lot of people like anthony our booking trips within the us and in many cases staying relatively close to home. That's according to christopher not at airbnb more than seventy percent of the searches that we're seeing for destinations. That are fifty to three hundred miles away from home for folks. So you know this sort of i can get there on a tank of gas. Destination and many of these are sort of in remote locations. Any of the flights people are looking for in booking are also to more remote outdoorsy spots says Motorin and economist at the travel booking site hopper now parks have done really well and beaches have done really well. That seems to be where a lot of the interest currently has end. Motorin says airlines have been adding flights to those kinds of destinations.
New York State Is Set to Raise Taxes on Those Earning Over $1 Million
"It's time to check in with our correspondent in the big apple. That's henry reese sheridan. Today he delves like an over caffeinated accountant into the controversial plan to raise taxes on the rich in new york. Take it away henry. New york contains an enormous number of very rich people. The figures for twenty twenty onto yet but in two thousand and nine thousand nine hundred ten thousand four hundred thirty five ultra high net worth individuals. There's people with more than thirty million. Us dollars in that worth called the big apple home. That's more than any other city in the world. New relationship to its rich residents is fraught one on the one hand. Presence of very rich people brings prestige spending power and lots of tax dollars on the other hand. New york city's rich are extremely good as segregating themselves from the rest of society particularly in the fields of education healthcare and housing when not extracting a service from them the less wealthy of new york no the richer here and they're told by politicians from the right to the center of the political spectrum to feel thankful for that but it can be difficult to understand whether tax dollars of the wealthier going when the city's basic infrastructure is in such bad shape politicians a scared to tax the rich as individual careerists. They fear wealthy donors will abandon them if taxes are raised and all but the most leftist governments tend to be swayed by the belief that the wealthy will leave if they are taxed too heavily. Decimating the tax base. This is why historically new york governor andrew cuomo has been soft on taxing the rich in fact cuomo is so scared of the rich leaving new york city. He's willing to go to extreme measures to keep them here.
Equal Pay Day highlights a salary shortfall for some women
"Are calling for an end to the gender wage gap in the US members of the U. S Women's soccer team joined the Bidens for a White House event on equal Pay Day. Doesn't matter if you're an electrician's Accountant or part of the best damn soccer team in the world. The pay gap is real. President Biden know them. The pandemic has exacerbated the problem. As women work on the front lines as essential workers but still earned last money. Jill Biden said equal work deserves equal pay that compensating women equally is long over due. Meanwhile, Vice
How businesses can leverage blockchain technologies
"Hello and welcome. I'm your host. Peter found the rough anywhere consulting in today's episode. We will talk about blockchain. We'll discuss how growing companies may approach blockchain. What they can get out from blockchain based technologies and how they can create meaningful products with blockchain to discuss the topic. I invited feted. Spencer from any volk analytics. Hey freddie. I'm glad you're with us today so i start. What led you to blockchain. So basically i studied computer science business and that's more than twenty years ago but the thing is why i mentioned is that i always like to work on the building bridges between different compartments. Are you know science studies. Whatever network as a project manager internet agency for almost two years as the head of project management than the internal consulting education and stuff like that so it was always like translating save agency. Translating the marketing requirements into developers Can prevent whatever and online shop or website. Or something like that. And i guess you could say that this is sort of an also too much in that the actual one was my co founder. Peter in twenty fifteen and told me auditorium and like this is a cryptocurrency is good made make fiat Obsolete ambience great vision and all on. I got interested. And i want a couple of coins and basically just seeing coats and do we got to find on rabbit hole as a say in the year and reading more learning more about it fascination grew and so this was eating out my my evenings and nights and everything in life was sort of like well you know can be. It can talk on something else and things like that eventually in two thousand eighteen. I did the jump and said okay gonna do full-time crypto. Always a great experience with making my hobby. My job right. So that's one of the dream come. True trump basically. If you can do what you love to do to pay it. So and that's what i did and taking the jump and basically what fascinates me about blockchain is again that is bridging a lot of different disciplines and means different things one. If people give the economic things could be speculation financial assets could be technology agrees society change be making the better place because the losing potential south is higher than the north. It's just i. I liked to compare to the internet and the ninety s is like what is the internet and back then. There was a difficult question. Maybe someone answer and you can have a website. Their emails of analogy no more against the giants of this world came out of it and having business models that nobody ever dreamed of potential marching. And that's basically making fascination thank you. That's an amazing journey. You have the skills to understand. High-profile technologies like blockchain. Because you have the background in set technologies but for those who didn't how would you explain and this is like the more general question that anyone can get. I guess what blockchain case and what it can do for you as a business so. The obvious answer is to answer the for blockages ledger technology. So alleger where facts are noted. Let's put it most journal way possible. And it is saved a lot of different places and all participants of this network agreed on this on the state of that information which means also that. It is always complete the orders. The same order which is in in bookkeeping accountants would be great and understanding blockchain's the always the sole disagreement network much like the internet servers. Talk to each other and then recording append only information so they can never be any deletion. What is occasions. So there has been consensus reached and this high-tech and there's different technologies. Actually there is not one much of many different blockchain's because it's a nascent technology and the standard as we know it it's on the internet is not there yet so racist open which one's gonna be the predominant standard and the two to come back to businesses. Is that like i said with the internet. The use cases are pretty much limitless. Or i think all the begin. Think about maori. Or i in the process of developing is just the tip of the iceberg. In sense of what. We're gonna be seeing next five years or so because Nyse music distribution basically also consuming music and this design marketing talks about that. You know high novel south yet
"accountant" Discussed on Business Confidential Now with Hanna Hasl-Kelchner
"A business bank account these. Cpa can help you in the business. Make sure that all of your procedures for your money. And for their revenues coming in and the expenses going out are set up so that they'll be easy to track and so that there's set up in a way that minimizes the possibility of fraud because the business owner is usually not the one who has his or her hands on all of the business procedures for example payroll for example paying bills and in the accounting world. The procedures that will help you protect your assets in the business are called internal controls and so if a your procedures is set up in a particular way it makes it much more difficult for anyone handling finances to steal the money of the business. I know that you go into business. You don't think about that. You don't think about an employee or a friend of an employee taking advantage of the good business that you have but this is very very common particularly in small businesses. When you have a one person performing multiple roles. I just think it's extremely important in the beginning to have a cpa. Just look over what you've set up and give you some pointers pudding that extra time and money into setting up business might help you protect thousands of dollars in the future absolutely so it does help to somebody. Put you on the right track to help. Put the systems in place. Because after all when you're in a start up mode you've gotta clean slate anything's possible but you wanna make sure that it set up in a way that is going to eight redone later but also in a way that you can build and grow on and so when a businesses in regular operation mode your past the startup phase. What can a cpa help business do at that point. What advice would they be giving. Typically there's so many things that the cpa can just give you pointers on these things. Don't take a long time. They in fact they get to be routine but they'll be issues right from the beginning particularly in small businesses about when you hire someone. Is it appropriate and legal to hire someone as an independent contractor or should a person who you wanna hire become classified as an employee. This is something that the. Irs looks at because they look at it in terms of small business but also Large businesses also have to sometimes the irs will offer business Just to look at whether the employees are categorized correctly. The cpa also will help you know how to reach your financial statements. They will help you figure out if you have a profit or loss and that should be obvious for the business owner but believe me. It's not. I've worked with many clients. Who for some reason think they're making a profit because they forget a whole bunch of expenses and when you add all those things together all of a sudden they have a loss and they're so surprised if you learn how to read your financial statements and know how to look periodically to see whether how the businesses going and if all of a sudden it's not going well try to figure out why it's not going well and if you have a problem if you have a good relationship with the cpa this is what you can just work out in the phone call so the cpa also can oversee your payroll and your payment processes now. That person is probably. I would say too expensive to run your payroll but they can look over the payroll. Make sure it's done correctly and everything is working. Okay for the business. They can also make sure you're paying your estimated taxes and that you at the end of the year send all the required forms like the w. twos and the ten ninety nine forms to your employees and contractors dell. Help you close out your books at the end of the year and then create financial reports. Which you can use your taxes. The taxes i would say are the most routine things but you might ask the cpa for advice on particular things. I'd have some old clients. I'm kind of trying to retire. But i bet some clients for a long time and all the sudden i get an email from one of them about. Oh can i take this in as an expense and someone just emailed me the other day asking about how to correctly categorize expense. It just seemed like such a simple question. When i thought about it. There are three ways at least for her to categorize this expense. And i told her that the way you decide what is appropriate is the rationale. You have for the expense. So that was. Because i had not only the training experience with a number of companies. And i could understand that if you just expense something that might create a question with the irs. Why didn't you depreciate. Or with this case the person had an office in the house and why did you say that. This was an expense fully of the business when in fact it could have been interpreted to be an expense. That benefited the whole house. So a lot of things that kind of can be seen as almost simple-minded 'cause that was my first reaction when she emailed me you realize are a more complicated situation which if i didn't have experience with other businesses i don't think i ever would have been able to answer her in an adequate way and that's the case the the one other point i wanted to make here. Is that the accountant in helping you set things up correctly can prevent you from getting audited and sometimes a were. I haven't met anyone who says the audit is excruciating. But it's worth undestanding that if you do something one way rather than another you can prevent an audit which is a painful part of the business process and expensive for the business owner absolutely as some things are are red flags for the irs. And that doesn't mean that you couldn't take an expense depending on how you classify it as you as you mentioned it and home offices in particular is something that the irs understand people take advantage of and abuse and so it's something they take.
"accountant" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Don't know I would check with your tax accountant on DSI what he says. But Mm. You know, I ignorance of the law. You know the deal. Ignorance of the law is no excuse. I think that penalty I don't have a penalty is assessed whether success stone on volume or not, you know amount, but No, it could be a fairly significant But And then again, it might not be, but I think you know it's up to you. What? What you want to do? I mean, if you want, if you feel and I don't I don't necessarily disagree with this. If you feel that, Hey, you know, we had no idea. We didn't know that's that's a problem. We hired a tax account. We paid him or her and they were supposed to know and didn't obviously didn't know. Were, you know, forgot to tell her So whatever the situation now, you know, here we are, and You know, five file for this year, but You know, I would definitely wouldn't do it without Without consulting with your tax people, because if it comes back to you, ultimately, that tax accountant is going to be on the hook for a bad tax return. So I would. I would definitely consult with them. Okay? I've asked and researched online looking at the.
"accountant" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"I don't think I knew enough about the village. People to really, you know, favorite didn't have later You were in a group, you know, Probably the accountant. Yes, I think the accountant is undervalued under rated Member of the village. Lot of people don't really I love the podiatrist. I was a fan of the insurance adjuster just more than your insurance. All right. Congratulations, Bradley. Things you want you? I mean, it would be kind of weird, right? I feel bad As a gay person. Somebody would take your car away myself of the meeting. You won Today's throwback live at 2 45 Your prize today is this old box of Pacman serial enjoy never been opened. So you have a treat in the freezer? No. A parakeet. Um, let's play the last one that we're not going to know. You might know it. This is a cover of a classic song. Listen carefully and tell me the name of the following village People song Everywhere I go pay for every day friendly trainer Bradley. I'm just a gigolo wherever I go. Yeah, I'll take it. Yes Cover has always gigolo Gigolo, E. We hear the rest that was off of the album much a man by the way. It's one of my favorite pillow Gigolo really their song. I remember San Francisco. There's a whole movie can't stop the music about the mythology of the village..
"accountant" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Is in a pointed look I was an accountant but it's a piece of paper the real problem comes if you just run out of cash you can't pay your bills a budget is merely a way of saying eyes what we think we're going to take in this we think we're going to spend hopefully we can balance it but as the year goes along if you're not in balance you gonna come up short in cash and the reason I mention is that the dopey budget they made the Sacramento cuts very little it is a fifty four billion dollar projection of the deficit instead they're hoping for if the federal government to throw billions California's way to help make up some of the difference good luck with that now they have a bill this has to be the wackiest I've seen in a while and there's a lot of wacky things that come out of Sacramento the Senate bill fourteen ten originally they had this bill to try to help renters and they were moving along the committees and suddenly a couple of geniuses one of them being John's friend Bob Hertzberg the state senator from van Nuys what's wrong with him Huggy bear was that what he was he got trouble for hugging women yeah yeah remember he wanted hugging here it's something they would get getting rid of bail last year that's right every got really mad at us did you come on the air when times are yelling and yeah singers yeah anyway this plan would allow tenants to defer rent payments for up to ten years without fear of being a victim you can try to make a deal with the landlord the landlord if the rent or doesn't make a deal the landlord would have to secure a signature verified document proving he or she attempted negotiations with the tenet the state of California we didn't assume the financial burden and allow renters ten years beginning in twenty twenty four to pay back unpaid rent accumulated during covert nineteen that this they have to pay back to the state because the state gave the money to the landlord what the what the state's going to do is give landlords ten years of tax credits equal to the amount of the unpaid ranked yes you are right we will be making up the difference because when you give out tax credits and what I just mentioned two minutes ago we have a fifty four billion dollar projected deficit so we're giving up tax money coming into the state because we're gonna get the landlord's tax credits for the money they're not getting from the tenants from the deadbeat tenant why would you but I don't understand this that they they're not paying the right now because you we can ask them to pay it back till twenty twenty four and then given ten years finish the payments that's your seniors from now yes that is the way it kind of maps out right very easy I like the next sentence the bill does not have a cost estimate of course it does it because they don't care it doesn't matter what is wrong with Bob Hertzberg what do you people know that we vote for him states have a yaro said but I always like to hear a Democrat this is an innovative approach is the economic challenges faced by both renters and property owners see people like you and I've been complaining that tenants are going to pay the rent and all these laws are being written to protect them from being affected we're always saying what about the landlords this is income to them they may I on it well our solution is will give them tax credits yeah so will help both people and then we'll screw the taxpayers being out that's right then they'll complain they don't have enough money to cover their budget so taxes are going to have to go up there is yes that's great you're going to get it back on what I did pay it out the other Rangeley enough though a survey which is mentioned in an editorial I'm looking at says that so far most people are still making rent payments they actually have not been right as much as I think the media thinks they must pay well I mean they did that they don't employ eighty nine percent of eleven point four million professionally managed apartment is in the U. S. have made full or partial rent payment is the thirteen the unemployment's really generous right now members of that is true if there's been some people off you can get some people don't want to return to getting a thousand dollars a month right now although the federal half of that is going to expire I believe that has a lot to live your life first you're right yeah I that's the that's the the extra six hundred dollars resent the whole that's exercise center right with all right now it's four fifty from the state of California six hundred from the federal government some people are making a thousand and fifty dollars a week for not working right now and that's going to last till the end of July so in August you lose sixty percent of that revenue if that's what you're living out so that may be one will see the squeeze on rent payments and I and we might see people though going back to work as things re open more yeah I guess I've heard in some businesses they can't get people to come back because they're like I'm enjoying this extra six hundred dollars a week in a second but it isn't there a rule on Max and Liz and I make if you don't take the job that you don't get the unemployment anymore maybe that was that way as soon as you get employed as soon as you get offered a job you're out you're off the unemployment list I guess it's happening unofficial or was that done away with to all right we got worked up Johnny can't KFI Deborah mark as a homeless man has been arrested for the stabbing murder of a gas station convenience store clerk in may with a.
"accountant" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Problem is as of last week I'm an accountant and I'm trying to help my clients and all the communication you receive was hurry hurry hurry the money is not gonna be there it was like out of feeding frenzy so how do you know that was going to happen but that bit last week doesn't matter right now like right now if I was a business trying to get one of these loans I'd be trying to figure out how to give myself the best shot whether or not you know this is you can't walk into a bank will be right now and ask for a loan you've you've somehow got to get in into the queue and if you're not the customer you're disadvantage of course your disadvantage to Wells Fargo customers are going to have the opportunity when this is all over to move their banking elsewhere but I can't do anything right now I can't see anything in the immediate future to give you some kind of hope unless Wells Fargo can get that Kaplan did I do appreciate the call very much Kevin I've gotten several emails about that so far so you know that's something that's you know but Hey it's a massive government program why do you think it was gonna work in the first place let me talk to Liz before we go to break Liz hi Liz you're on your way what's on your mind why I'm here and all these people having trouble with groceries and stuff and my mother passed away last Wednesday from a two and a half year battle with cancer and the burial is limited to ten people I'm so sorry Liz we can't even have a service we can't have a memorial and the burial this is what I love the mortuary has to have employees there and they count amongst the ten how many employees does the mortuary have to have their date that they can they can make it just to but my mother had four children and we all have a spouse who and my father still alive and there's grandchildren so there's people that can't go and this first of all I'm so sorry I'm I'm terribly sorry about the loss of your mom first of all thank you thank you it was a long time coming in but it was a blast things he did manage to go peacefully there you go I don't change all we cared about I don't even know I there's absolutely nothing I can say to help your current situation and I know it's awful it but were all like oh yes kind of viruses going on you know yeah you were worried about more important things right now yeah and there's there's nurses coming and going in there you know people coming and going to give condolences and all the social distant thing we were doing for my mom and dad just went right out the window right right and it is yeah it does put a lot of things in perspective we don't care about what we have on our shelves in the pantry we don't care about going to the grocery store it just you know it's just it's amazing we're always going to have this memory that mom passed during the pandemic yep yeah yup well Liz I might my heartfelt condolences to your entire family and anyone else because you're not the only one going through this there's other people out there who are you know I died because online during a pandemic that's the sad thing life can't go on right now but life still goes on and I appreciate will go ahead are you one thing one thing I have to tell you my husband now knows not to call after twelve o'clock because Mandy's on list it made me feel my microphone thank you Liz I think about all that old Oprah Winfrey commercial where we used to live in Chicago and she had a commercial that was like girl can't talk now Mandy's on on all right listen to you I'm glad I can bring a little brightness in your day I truly can and and thank you so much for the call I really appreciate it let me get another check with Susan with kids in the studio ready to go great listeners we have the best oh my gosh and again art yes condolences from all of caring these radio to listen anybody out there who's suffering a loss in their family during this time General Motors is opening up a mothballed plant to make face back masks and canton Ewing without medical theme of trying to find some other stories besides coronavirus put on her blog and in my newscast yes my non covered nineteen stories all about golf I thought coming your way at one thirty on Keighley news radio a fifty AM ninety four one FM.
"accountant" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million
"I'm Eric Olson. I'm dave join us on our journey to building in your one hundred million dollar company. What's happening it's Eric. J Olson twitter. Which is where. I'm very active. I get a lot of questions about entrepreneurialism and a lot of these questions. Come from new entrepreneurs so these are people that are either thinking of starting to do their own thing or they already have and so get asked a lot of questions about what they should do. They're looking people really conferred vice. One of the questions that I get is do. I need an accountant. Now and by now I mean early early stages of starting and running your own company or maybe even before you start your own company and usually when when people ask this question they're talking about CPA's now a CPA. A certified public accountant is kind of like an accountant. Plus plus meaning. They're a A higher paid usually accountant and more mature for bigger companies. My answer is no you. You don't need a CPA in the very beginning now here at a rate digital we do use a CPA firm but it makes sense for for us at one point seven million in revenue with eleven employs and doing work in a couple of different states with employees in different states and payroll enroll taxes. It makes a little more sense for us to have a CPA. This point than it did when I was very very early in the process I started at the dining room table. And my house I was freelancing. That's the best way to describe it. I was doing work on nights and weekends but I did have a business license and I had no need for an accountant or a CPA. Because frankly I was just trying to get work and allergists trying to find. Customers dollars is trying to keep busy. And in the very beginning when I was freelancing well it was a side Gig and so all those his finances just rolled right into my personal income and it. I didn't need an accountant. I really did not need an accountant at all. I did the books myself and and it was pretty simple. Actually I didn't have a lot of expenses and I didn't have a whole lot of revenue coming in the revenue that had coming in only came from a few clients and I only got paid. Maybe once a month so I had four or five payments that came in so keeping the books was actually really simple I.. I just didn't need an accountant until I did a little bit more work and I think actually I started to see the need for an accountant when I needed to file taxes which which was kind of a pain and then also certainly the moment that a hired my first employee that was a period of time where. I knew that I was getting into something. Nothing I didn't quite understand and I didn't want to figure out myself which was employment law. I didn't need a CPA. But I needed an accountant. And that's exactly I got. I still took care of the books but I needed. An account tend to take care of the taxes for me personal and business and take you you take care of payroll. So that's when I started with an accountant and then later on we transitioned over to CPA. But again if you're just starting up up you don't need any of those things. The most important thing is to validate the you have the ability to intrigued people enough with your offering that they they will buy from you and you can make a dollar focus on that Dole. Focus on these other things in the very beginning. There will be a time where you need it but in the beginning is not the time..
"accountant" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"A chartered accountant when there's nudity show for the first time what do you have any I mean I've always carries was there a public reaction was there a moral panic about it kids PBS have to reposition itself to say we're going to give it you know we'll we'll talk to them about that in England or something I mean did was there any kind of outcry about the well there was an issue with PBS so much here because they had a slightly looser standards than the three broadcast networks I suppose yeah and still unusual but it was so unusual well we'll certainly unusual in terms of comedy right I mean I think there had been some dramatic things on PBS at that time where there was some nudity but of course it was like it was dramatic it was right artistically important not a gag so right and I think your way with it on PBS when they when six of the pipes on shows were sold to A. B. C. that was a different matter were were cut cut to shreds I'd forgotten about that yeah I really do I'm for it completely when we're when did ABC get their hands on a on six of them were about a year after it debuted on PBS ABC wanted to buy six of the shows which was their last series the fourth series for the BBC they want to hear them late at night get a lesson thirty and so they bought them from the BBC and the price on that didn't really they weren't they didn't really have a hand in that but what happened was of course that they took three episodes in three episodes that ninety minutes but first of all you have to cut out like twenty five minutes for commercials right secondly what is it that they were cutting out they were cutting out of course course all the naughty bits they were cutting out language but they were also cutting out things said ABC decided was offensive was on the fence this is the most ridiculous version of that is that there was an animated where Graham Chapman is talking about the most coffee eight brothers these balloon enthusiasts right I remember that haven't yet that and they're going he he washed their arms their legs and they're not eat that and ABC cut out the words north depicts because that was naughty right which is the whole point of using a euphemism in the forks if they cut out at you from yeah and then there was another bit where Graham Chapman starts getting aroused when he he talks about erotic words and Eric idle dumps about it of water onto him to cool him off so they cut that section so when you watch the sketch on ABC you see Graham Chapman sitting in the chair perfectly dry and then it cuts the and getting up out of the chair and soaking wet what yeah when the when the price on saw what they had done to this first grouping of shows they sued ABC to prevent them from airing the second group three shows and they took him to court in New York City and they were claiming that it was it was basically damaging the brand of Monty python's shots right and the ultimate upshot of the court case is that the pie sons one control of Walter TV shows which is something that was unheard of so interesting in on Friday nights is when we we spend up I have a little fun with culture here on coast to coast and I'm very much can enjoy this and I I will get to open lines coming up later on and you never know where that's going to go but usually people will reflect back later on on some of the topics we talked about previously and I did just that I've already absurd again lot of tweets people have been sending me messages about their favorite money python moments but also how you know they keep referring to how money python changed American humor and that it it it it it it it also was as the goon show was you know the voice in the wilderness for money python that was coming money python also club and eat you fertilize the ground for a Benny hill and a lot of bill they even with that nudity peace again or even with the naughty bits and all that other stuff that the it seems like Benny hill came then in American television and after that up one degree you know a few degrees after money python the Benny hill never would have made it perhaps if it if it did come here first without money python first opening the door for it so hang on for this and I want to ask you the other question that I posed at the beginning of the hour as well David which is are are we in a place maybe where it's time for another kind of comedic revolution.
"accountant" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption
"Helped us to head of the curve. Whatever sector you work at this episode is slightly unusual because this past Sunday was international accounting being day? Why was it so important? How did accounting as we know it developed since ancient times to what it is today find out in this special accounting day retrospective episode of the Gobi on disruption podcast where we start with a definition what is accounting? It's defined as a system over coding and summarizing business and financial transactions wants action. So we know that but where did the definition stuff. Well the clues on the calendar. This weekend was the five hundred twenty third anniversary of the publication of a really important work and that was in the fifteenth century by Italian mathematician. But chilly it was born in Tuscany in fourteen forty five and Charlie was a Franciscan monk a fryer. So he's often referred to simply Fra Luca and it was around this week sometime between Sunday November and the twentieth to November this weekend that what he published the first book which outlined the system that we know today is double entry bookkeeping and that is why he is often called the father of accounting. And even though he didn't actually actually invent the system but surely did take the double entry system that had been in use for centuries and was the first person to formally put it down on paper paper and when he was doing was describing the system of debit and credit entries for transactions which were methods widely used by traders in Venezuela lived and in fact around the whole of the Mediterranean during the Renaissance era. So that was about the fifteenth century and the book we talking about the one is publishing. Data being chosen for International Counting Day wasn't actually the whole book. In fact it was part of when he wrote all about maths and that book is generally referred to as the Added May Tika. The full title translated late into English. Is Everything about arithmetic. Geometry and proportions and in that was a section on accounting. It was just one of five of sections in the book but that vital section twenty-seven pages long included most of what we know is the accounting cycle as we'd recognize it today and that essentially became the world's first and Only Accounting Textbook for the next century. So that's well into the sixteenth century but accounting's intriguing past begins way way before the fifteenth century in fact it goes back to the fifth century before the common era about seven thousand years ago. The mess of attainment empire in Western in Asia used accounting systems to track goods being exchanged between ancient temples then the ancient Egyptians have received records from clay tablets to more practical the pirates which is a bit more like paper and then the ancient Greeks used advanced recordkeeping to help build engineering marvel that we can still see today. Things like the Parthenon in Athens. And and of course what did the Romans do for us. Well they did quite a bit for accounting because it was accounting principles that help them develop the system of commerce and tax that help the Romans bill that global empire and that's why many accounting terms have Latin roots. For example the term debits comes from the Latin word debatable which means that which is owing living credits comes from creditor which is defined as something entrusted to another or alone and then between the fall of the Roman Empire and the Middle Ages almost two thousand years. Nothing thing much changed about the importance of accounting did expand in the Middle Ages especially in the thirteenth century is Europe was moving towards monetary economy. And then of course shortly after that look Pacelli wrote his book in Fourteen Ninety four and then through the Middle Ages the field of accounting develops the renaissance this period saw growth and then in the mid nineteenth century the industrial revolution here in England. Scotland in that part of the United Kingdom. I saw an unprecedented explosion explosion in the number and size of companies which operated across the world. They all needed strong. Accounting Departments to underpin all aspects of their business operations and then in the nineteen th century. Here in England Queen Victoria signed a Royal Charter Making Accounting officially recognized profession and that moved to county into the modern organized organized profession that we know to be today. So that's why this November tenth was International Accounting Day it marked date over five centuries ago that the Franciscan this can monk and mathematician Luca but chilly who is often called. The father of accounting published. His book the Sumatra added Matija. And that's why all modern accounting and finance practitioners in fact all users of financial information. It's all still work with the system. I laid out by that Rene Sense. Era Mathematician Friar Luca Chile. It's the man. We remember on International Accounting Day for his foundation role in the development of accounting as we know it today and you can read more about international accounting day by following bring links in our show notes and one of those. We'll take you to a dedicated article packed with answers to the question. Why did you become an accountant? Where you'll hear stories like like this? I became a CPA. Because I wanted to help people's dreams come true. Dreams often start with a solid financial footprint in CPI the best at helping people achieve either financial drains so that their clients are able to pay for their children to go to college and achieve their dreams are by their dream vacation homering entire earlier plus because I became a CPA. Because I really liked to work with people in connect with them so that I am part of their cheap in terms of their financial and tax planning the CPA. Profession is extremely rewarding impregnable. The experiences I've had in his allowed me it will opportunity to grow Oscar and work out so I can make time for all the things that I enjoy. Why did you become an accountant? That's just one of many specially recorded videos on the page. You can find deny show notes you can also click through to a special blog written by our own resident. Didn't historian Dr Martin Farah. He's written a very interesting article which outlines much more about how the history of our profession doesn't start or stop in the fifteenth century. He's he's touched on many of the things that I've just told you about and could also include things you probably didn't know about accounting for example. How in the Chicago police couldn't stop him? It was actually really accountants from the FBI that finally down to tourists nine hundred thirty two gangster. Al Capone went to Joe for tax evasion. You might discover how it's very likely the first words Everton down in history were written by an accounted raven that without the council nobody could win an Oscar Film Award Bubble Gum. All that accountants helped write. The Bible is true. Several of the Christian Gospels were written by former tax collectors and in fact Saint Matthew. The Apostle is the patron saints of Accountants bookkeepers purpose and tax collectors. And that's because before he became an apostle matthew as a tax collector in the ancient town of Poonam so all of that and more is at your fingertips tips. Just click on the links in our show notes. They'll help you find out all about history accounting and of course by the time the next international accounting day rolls around which will be Tuesday tenth November twenty twenty twenty. You'll be much more today so happy and slightly belated International Accounting Day from the AICPA and seem office in the heart of the city of London. And Kyle Heaven until next time goodbye. Thanks for listening to this episode of beyond disruption brought to you by the Association of International National Certified Professional Accounts Learn more about today's topic at AICPA Dash Dot com forward slash disruption Russian. This podcast is designed to provide illustrative information with respect to the subject matter covered. It does not represent an official opinion or position of the Association. 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"accountant" Discussed on WTVN
"Accountants a justice department report finds that former FBI director James Comey violated official policy and handling of personal memos details at one o'clock on news radio six ten WTVN we're back my name's Ken Matthews sitting in for Rush Limbaugh today eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two on the EIB network and there's so much going on I want to remind you we have a a wonderful interview and in a segment next hour which is in it's an organization that reunites people that were at World War two vets that were at the invasion of Normandy and other parts of Europe and it's it's a beautiful thing that they do and I'll tell you about the website the person that does it but it's just a it's really neat and I think it you know it it touches everybody's lives because as we keep getting further along I think people are forgetting history and not just World War two they're forgetting just big giant pieces of history are just being left behind and and there's a lot of people alive that were in those big pieces of history so that's coming up next hour all I want yeah I wanted to talk to is that is that guy still there alley the now he left okay we had it we had a a cop call up any any said done I quote the FBI they're just a bunch of glory Boyz but I I I I don't know because I've I've never been a cop I'm not a beat cop I mean I know there's that show biz kind of when I say show biz like from what I see on television there's always a a tension between the locals and the feds and I know a lot of people think that when the when the big city boys come in from out of town they're just a bunch of buffoons should get poop on their shoe or whatever but what I see in the case of James Comey I I see he's just a political actor and in it he just keeps getting away with things and I'm hoping somebody the problem is there's too many people left over from the Obama administration there's too many people in justice there's too many people in the FBI there's too many people left over in the state department something that we that people don't realize that the damage as far as further pushing the country to the left that was done by Loretta Lynch Eric holder as Attorney General's and and Obama with the judges that were appointed hi this is this is damage that you don't see you'll see it in little pieces for years so that's why it's so important I think it's so important to read to re elect trump because we have to try to keep this we haven't said a long time the swamp drain momentum going all let's go to Peter in Ontario Canada welcome to the Rush Limbaugh show Peter brand lives been you know well I really truly believe that William Barr you know he was great friends with Mahler all I don't believe that he is stabbed Lishman people other than Jon Hueber or John girl either you John Huber was Utah couldn't so quite your grand jury it's like being it's like everybody is set up to fail and that so we got to see what John you're going to do in the long run you know what I think everybody's going to get away with it and a brief they look at Ben god the look of learning the Iraq thanks for cheering me up Peter I really do well you know you're you're right about bar and I know I just I was so shocked by the the bar pick I why couldn't we find some swamp draining independent pit bull with an added to that as a chip on his shoulder about Democrats and Republicans no we had to get a guy just like you said in establishment player what's with the establishment there's too much establishment offering tale and I think I sometimes wonder if trump isn't surrounded you know what though I think this is it for the rule of law in the U. actors only one thing that I'm hoping for a bar came forward with a bunch of a bunch of good Ole boys who said Mr draw exact down and they said look we had so much documentation now Mr bars the right one to go even handedly and one day this thing springs open because if there's one person who really at this point is not establishment that has gone after the F. B. I. tone and so forth old Mahler cases we know about that with the Whitey Bolger thing all that is this guy John girl yes you you are you're right during goes all the way back to you know he's thirty he's thirty five years deep in trying to root out corruption yeah we're gonna hop it see at this point we really are on you know what everything that within the next twelve weeks because going into twenty twenty is the most important thing in American history when it comes to the rule of law if the rule of law look even Giuliani's that sixteen confirmed felonies what are your request well what what's going on yeah a guide for pictures they show it mom of an outdated New Albany spent a year in jail are you come all well Peter I am so I am so glad you called from Ontario Canada I wish I wish people it news organizations were as informed as people in Canada are of we did and what what I notice how Peter said he's talking about the end of the rule of law and I just wonder if he's going to come and visit us any he's he's up in Canada John Durham is someone that you should look up in Google because there are some players that are real honest investigators they're not politicians they're not hacks they're not special committee counsel this council that they've really tried to root out some of the corruption specially around Mahler and the F. B. I. over the years in fact it's there are several books out the document a lot of this stuff that Peter was talking about the problem is so many people in mainstream media don't read we'll be right back on the Rush Limbaugh show you're listening to the EIB network.
"accountant" Discussed on Practical Tax with Steve Moskowitz
"Lot of people say, but I only have an accountant, but I want a second opinion. There can be a huge difference between an accountant and attorney I started my career as a practicing CPA. And the sole reason I went to law school was become a tax attorney because I knew as a practicing CPA. There was so many things that I couldn't do for client. And I wanted to be able to do more things for him. Do it all including representation and task court and many other things not to mention the privileges. That only in attorney has I'm talking about attorney client privilege where if you come in. And you tell me your secrets by law. It remains a secret. If you tell them to anybody else say a CPA, the IRS can get that information from the CPA APA testify against you Steve privileges in. Factor. But I also I really enjoy as a practitioner, I'm now, I'm not a CPA. I love CPA's. I love our CPA's. I love other CPA's I need them. Right. Because it provides such a great tension between practice of tax off, the CPA tax preparation tax positions. And I think really ultimately it gets the best result for the client. Having this debate going back and forth whittling down issued and finding out what your clients risk position really is. And how they wanna proceed I think everybody should have both. It's worth fortunate. We have both here. I have a lawyer client that had CPI that was doing the returns, and they were getting K ones based on a they're retired partnership retirement agreement, and you know, the question arose, and maybe because they were lawyers. You know, they were a little bit more into the definitions of the law, and what might be what should be self employment tax, and what should not be or subject vica, and ultimately were able to advise them that maybe this shouldn't be subject vica based on their review of their at their review their documents, and what top end, and they're working positions and or non-working positions. So that was interesting. It saved them a lot of money and just going through the returns, we just happened to find a couple minor things. I can AMT credit or some depreciation that been missed, but I thought that was kind of a routine second review, I think that's interesting for clients that might be considering big tax positions. And what that really means to their find out books and their business operations and going through that. So if they're going to invest in pension invest in some. An insurance physician or something like that which is certainly provided within the tax code. What does that mean to their ongoing business? What does that mean to documentation ongoing tax transactions things like that? Those opinions or so important, for example as mentioned pensions. Most people are familiar with the common pensions, they get in the Bank. But there's many different types of pensions. If you're otherwise qualify, you can have multiple pensions. And there are a lot of pensions at business people can have where they individually can deduct hundreds of thousands of dollars or more every year for themselves and also with pensions, there's even a cashflow benefit. It's the only deduction where most things you have to go ahead and spend the money by twelve thirty one year one with pension. You have up to the time of filing the return plus extension in year two so essentially three-quarters away into year two you put some money in pension, you deduct in your one, it's fantastic. And they have a lot of other benefits to whether or not you have an accountant, I take a collaborative approach, especially when I know they that Allah g and I feel that they're the competency is there and that there's no breach of my ethics to continue the relationship either with accountant or to the client to. Provide this kind of global comprehensive service. I also think it's important when there's a new business or a partnership, for instance, you count might not be up with do we need to modify the partnership agreement, you know, to keep up with the laws. Do we need to do that? These are the little things that we can add when it comes to developing the pension strategy developing the business strategy in terms of what's going to be compliant with the on.
"accountant" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"So Susan, let's take a few minutes. It's it's that time of year. It's tax time. No one likes it. But we gotta deal with it. We do and this time. Well, we'll see that for a lot of us. I'm going to talk mainly about tax tips. But I can't help but say for a lot of us this year, we're going to find out that we might oh more in taxes than we old last year because of the new tax cut that's not really a tax cut for people because of that salt limitation that was put in there the limitation on state and local income taxes, folks, we're gonna see it. You don't always feel it now. But you'll feel it when you when you do that. So. It is what it is just get ready because there's a little bit of a limitation on how much you can deduct which may increase your, tax liability. But from a trust standpoint, we want to make sure that we don't pay any more than you would have paid had you not done a trust. Right. And if people are just doing the they're creating their trust in two thousand eighteen they might forget that they have to file a separate tax return for their irrevocable trusts. That is true. And so that's why I want to talk about it a little bit. And and not only do they have to file, but in their mind, and a lot of times there are trust language out there that if you don't do it, right? The tax rates at a trust level are much higher there compressed. They're the same rates except the bracket the number of dollars between each bracket is really small. But for these types of trust that we're talking about Todd. These Medicaid qualified these grand tour trusts, it's not additional. Taxes? That's exactly right. And I think that's the key. You're you're thinking in your head irrevocable trust. I'm going to Omar and taxes. Make sure step one that you go to your tax accountant. And it's about the time you're gonna start, you know, visiting your accounts. Go to your account and remind him or her that you have a a grand tour type trust tell the accountant it's a granddaughter type trust that will help. And folks, even if you forget the ten ninety nine that will come out at least if you've worked with us the ten ninety nine that will come out will come out with a new tax ID number attached to them. And so even if you forget to tell your accountant when you give them the shoebox of stuff, they're gonna come to you and say, hey, what's up with this ten ninety nine with a tax ID number in the name of a trust. What did you do? Right. So one they're gonna likely remind you that you did a trust. And to unique to at least initially tell them that it is a grand tour trust, and that.