Blockbuster Taxes

Memorial Day came early this year, and that means we get more time with our summer whites! (Of course, summer doesn’t “officially” start until June 21, but who’s counting?) For millions of Americans, cooling off at the movies with a bucket of popcorn and gallon of soda is a favorite part of the season. So we wondered . . . what would all that carnage look like from a tax perspective? San Andreas: “The Big One” finally hits California, and helicopter rescue pilot Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson melodramatically sets off to save his estranged daughter. Meanwhile, up and down the
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The Tax Professional Business Show

Diane Gardner just guest starred on the amazing podcast, The Tax Professional Business Show, with Derek Woryn. Listen by CLICKING HERE Diane Gardner comes with a long list of accomplishments and book titles. She talks on how a downturn in business motivated her to become a better, more strategic marketer and someone who now can talk into the dreaded microphone. She is proud of the tax savings she has saved her clients and shows it on a counter on her website. She also shares her information in every way technology allows including videos, mastermind groups and books.    
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Tame The Small Business Tax Beast with Diane Gardner

  Diane Gardner just guest starred on the amazing podcast, Go For Launch, with Brandon Uttley Listen by CLICKING HERE Taxes are a constant reality for small business owners. But instead of putting the fear of taxes up there with the fear of death—or avoiding the subject until you’re in trouble—it’s best to tame the small business tax beast head on with the help of a good coach. In this episode of the Go For Launch podcast, Diane Gardner talks about important business tax issues. Known as Your Tax Coach, Diane specializes in saving small business owners between $5,000 and $50,000 per year in
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Top 10 Taxing Words That (Sort Of) Rhyme With “Tax”

Late-night talk-show host David Letterman has delighted audiences with his wry, subversive sense of humor for an impressive 33 years. But this week he bids us farewell. We’ll remember him for his Stump the Band bits, his Stupid Pet Tricks, and — most of all — his Top 10 lists. So here, in Dave’s honor (from the Home Office in Wahoo, Nebraska), we present The Top 10 Taxing Words That (Sort Of) Rhyme With “Tax.” Drumroll, please! 10. Cadillacs: Americans love to drive. Why else would we invent interstate highways, suburbs, and traffic jams? (So many traffic jams.) Good thing
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The Original Tax “Shelter”

New York City is the indisputable hub of American capitalism. Its glittering streets are home to the worlds of finance, advertising, fashion, publishing, and even organized crime. The island of Manhattan is home to some of the richest people on the planet, and they own some of its priciest real estate in the world. You would think all those rich people living in all those expensive apartments would keep the tax collectors satisfied. But in fact, the oceans of money sloshing ashore are managing to bypass some of the most obvious tax tollbooths. A generation ago, New York’s bold-faced names
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Accountants Behaving Badly

Every year, “true crime” fans look forward to the IRS Criminal Investigation Unit’s annual report detailing their efforts to combat the cheats who don’t pay their share. This year’s edition is no exception, with dozens of entertaining stories about clever scammers who just . . . weren’t . . . clever . . . enough. You would think accountants would be the last group of people to try and game the system. That guy with the green bow tie in the H&R Block commercials? He wouldn’t even bend the rules, let alone break them. But the Criminal Investigation report reveals
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Blockbuster Taxes

Memorial Day came early this year, and that means we get more time with our summer whites! (Of course, summer doesn’t “officially” start until June 21, but who’s counting?) For millions of Americans, cooling off at the movies with a bucket of popcorn and gallon of soda is a favorite part of the season. So we wondered . . . what would all that carnage look like from a tax perspective? San Andreas: “The Big One” finally hits California, and helicopter rescue pilot Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson melodramatically sets off to save his estranged daughter. Meanwhile, up and down the
Read More

The Tax Professional Business Show

Diane Gardner just guest starred on the amazing podcast, The Tax Professional Business Show, with Derek Woryn. Listen by CLICKING HERE Diane Gardner comes with a long list of accomplishments and book titles. She talks on how a downturn in business motivated her to become a better, more strategic marketer and someone who now can talk into the dreaded microphone. She is proud of the tax savings she has saved her clients and shows it on a counter on her website. She also shares her information in every way technology allows including videos, mastermind groups and books.    
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Tame The Small Business Tax Beast with Diane Gardner

  Diane Gardner just guest starred on the amazing podcast, Go For Launch, with Brandon Uttley Listen by CLICKING HERE Taxes are a constant reality for small business owners. But instead of putting the fear of taxes up there with the fear of death—or avoiding the subject until you’re in trouble—it’s best to tame the small business tax beast head on with the help of a good coach. In this episode of the Go For Launch podcast, Diane Gardner talks about important business tax issues. Known as Your Tax Coach, Diane specializes in saving small business owners between $5,000 and $50,000 per year in
Read More

Top 10 Taxing Words That (Sort Of) Rhyme With “Tax”

Late-night talk-show host David Letterman has delighted audiences with his wry, subversive sense of humor for an impressive 33 years. But this week he bids us farewell. We’ll remember him for his Stump the Band bits, his Stupid Pet Tricks, and — most of all — his Top 10 lists. So here, in Dave’s honor (from the Home Office in Wahoo, Nebraska), we present The Top 10 Taxing Words That (Sort Of) Rhyme With “Tax.” Drumroll, please! 10. Cadillacs: Americans love to drive. Why else would we invent interstate highways, suburbs, and traffic jams? (So many traffic jams.) Good thing
Read More

The Original Tax “Shelter”

New York City is the indisputable hub of American capitalism. Its glittering streets are home to the worlds of finance, advertising, fashion, publishing, and even organized crime. The island of Manhattan is home to some of the richest people on the planet, and they own some of its priciest real estate in the world. You would think all those rich people living in all those expensive apartments would keep the tax collectors satisfied. But in fact, the oceans of money sloshing ashore are managing to bypass some of the most obvious tax tollbooths. A generation ago, New York’s bold-faced names
Read More

Accountants Behaving Badly

Every year, “true crime” fans look forward to the IRS Criminal Investigation Unit’s annual report detailing their efforts to combat the cheats who don’t pay their share. This year’s edition is no exception, with dozens of entertaining stories about clever scammers who just . . . weren’t . . . clever . . . enough. You would think accountants would be the last group of people to try and game the system. That guy with the green bow tie in the H&R Block commercials? He wouldn’t even bend the rules, let alone break them. But the Criminal Investigation report reveals
Read More

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