Tax Apprentice

Back in 2004, Donald Trump was just another overextended real-estate developer with two divorces and four bankruptcies under his belt. That all changed with the debut of The Apprentice, the show that made “you’re fired!” a national catchphrase. It’s safe to say that without the popularity of The Apprentice, Trump wouldn’t have just taken the oath of office to become the country’s 45th President.Tax Apprentice candidates completed all sorts of business-oriented tasks, like opening a lemonade stand, designing an ad campaign for a private-jet service, and managing a restaurant on New York’s bustling Times Square. So we got to thinking
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Sustainable Business Podcast

Diane Gardner guest starred on the amazing podcast, Sustainable Business podcast with show host – Josh Patrick  Click Here To Listen  We’re going to talk about the exciting topic of taxes with Diane Gardner from Tax Coach 4 You.  It’s always comforting to talk with someone about taxes who refers to themselves as a tax superstar. Diane will help you understand why tax planning is something you need to be paying attention to.  And, this is not something that you just do in December right before the year ends.
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Politicians Behaving Badly

(Hard to believe, right?) Last week, we presented three stories from the IRS Criminal Investigation unit’s most recent annual report outlining their work to protect the Treasury’s revenue from grifters, cheats, and cons. It’s a “true crime” fan’s favorite IRS report that puts TV cop dramas to shame. Most public servants are as honest and dedicated as we could want them to be. But some find ways to use their positions for more “entrepreneurial” pursuits. That’s why the CI unit pursues public officials for offenses like bribery, extortion, embezzlement, and money laundering, too, not just tax fraud. Here are three
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It’s All About The Questions

Diane Gardner guest starred on the amazing podcast, It’s All About The Questions – with Laura Steward Click HERE To Listen  Two things in life are guaranteed: death and taxes. At least that is how the saying goes. But what if the taxes part did not have to be as big a number as you think it has to be? What if you could use the system to lower your taxes? Would you? My guest today is one of 400 certified tax coaches in the United States and is all about tax strategy. You know that strategy is my favorite word so
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Happy

The IRS publishes hundreds of reports every year, covering all sorts of topics. You’ll find routine statistical summaries, like the always-popular “Number of Individual Income Tax Returns, Income, Exemptions and Deductions, Tax, and Average Tax.” You’ll find page-turners worthy of a Tom Clancy thriller, like last summer’s “Actions Can Be Taken to Better Address Potential Noncompliance for Roth Individual Retirement Arrangement Conversions.” But the most entertaining report of all is the Criminal Investigations unit’s annual business report summarizing their work for the previous year. Happy On November 29, CI released their annual report for FY 2015. As is typical in
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Saving Big Money With A Tax Coach

Diane Gardner guest starred on the amazing podcast, Your Life & Business – Fast Track To High Performance – with Emily LeTran  Click Here To Listen  Catch this thrilling episode with Diane Gardner and Dr. Emily LeTran. Here the details behind what being a Tax Coach is all about and how it can save you BIG on taxes! 
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Tax Thoughts for the New Year

2017 is likely to be a big year for taxes. House Speaker Paul Ryan and President-elect Donald Trump haven’t been shy about their New Year’s resolutions to rewrite the tax code, and we could be in for quite a ride. So here are some thoughts to start exercising your 2017 tax-planning muscles “If you get up early, work late, and pay your taxes, you will get ahead — if you strike oil.” J. Paul Getty “If you are truly serious about preparing your child for the future, don’t teach him to subtract — teach him to deduct.” Fran Lebowitz “The question is:
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Tax Apprentice

Back in 2004, Donald Trump was just another overextended real-estate developer with two divorces and four bankruptcies under his belt. That all changed with the debut of The Apprentice, the show that made “you’re fired!” a national catchphrase. It’s safe to say that without the popularity of The Apprentice, Trump wouldn’t have just taken the oath of office to become the country’s 45th President.Tax Apprentice candidates completed all sorts of business-oriented tasks, like opening a lemonade stand, designing an ad campaign for a private-jet service, and managing a restaurant on New York’s bustling Times Square. So we got to thinking
Read More

Sustainable Business Podcast

Diane Gardner guest starred on the amazing podcast, Sustainable Business podcast with show host – Josh Patrick  Click Here To Listen  We’re going to talk about the exciting topic of taxes with Diane Gardner from Tax Coach 4 You.  It’s always comforting to talk with someone about taxes who refers to themselves as a tax superstar. Diane will help you understand why tax planning is something you need to be paying attention to.  And, this is not something that you just do in December right before the year ends.
Read More

Politicians Behaving Badly

(Hard to believe, right?) Last week, we presented three stories from the IRS Criminal Investigation unit’s most recent annual report outlining their work to protect the Treasury’s revenue from grifters, cheats, and cons. It’s a “true crime” fan’s favorite IRS report that puts TV cop dramas to shame. Most public servants are as honest and dedicated as we could want them to be. But some find ways to use their positions for more “entrepreneurial” pursuits. That’s why the CI unit pursues public officials for offenses like bribery, extortion, embezzlement, and money laundering, too, not just tax fraud. Here are three
Read More

It’s All About The Questions

Diane Gardner guest starred on the amazing podcast, It’s All About The Questions – with Laura Steward Click HERE To Listen  Two things in life are guaranteed: death and taxes. At least that is how the saying goes. But what if the taxes part did not have to be as big a number as you think it has to be? What if you could use the system to lower your taxes? Would you? My guest today is one of 400 certified tax coaches in the United States and is all about tax strategy. You know that strategy is my favorite word so
Read More

Happy

The IRS publishes hundreds of reports every year, covering all sorts of topics. You’ll find routine statistical summaries, like the always-popular “Number of Individual Income Tax Returns, Income, Exemptions and Deductions, Tax, and Average Tax.” You’ll find page-turners worthy of a Tom Clancy thriller, like last summer’s “Actions Can Be Taken to Better Address Potential Noncompliance for Roth Individual Retirement Arrangement Conversions.” But the most entertaining report of all is the Criminal Investigations unit’s annual business report summarizing their work for the previous year. Happy On November 29, CI released their annual report for FY 2015. As is typical in
Read More

Saving Big Money With A Tax Coach

Diane Gardner guest starred on the amazing podcast, Your Life & Business – Fast Track To High Performance – with Emily LeTran  Click Here To Listen  Catch this thrilling episode with Diane Gardner and Dr. Emily LeTran. Here the details behind what being a Tax Coach is all about and how it can save you BIG on taxes! 
Read More

Tax Thoughts for the New Year

2017 is likely to be a big year for taxes. House Speaker Paul Ryan and President-elect Donald Trump haven’t been shy about their New Year’s resolutions to rewrite the tax code, and we could be in for quite a ride. So here are some thoughts to start exercising your 2017 tax-planning muscles “If you get up early, work late, and pay your taxes, you will get ahead — if you strike oil.” J. Paul Getty “If you are truly serious about preparing your child for the future, don’t teach him to subtract — teach him to deduct.” Fran Lebowitz “The question is:
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