iTaxes Version 38 Billion.0

Apple to pay $38 Billion in taxes and create 20,000 new jobs. In 2016, SyFy debuted a new show called Incorporated about a dystopian future where corporations, not governments, rule the world. If that nightmare ever comes true, we all know which real-world corporation will rule them all. It’s Apple, of course, which just took the shrink-wrap off their $5 billion ring-shaped headquarters in Cupertino, CA and is on the verge of becoming the world’s first trillion-dollar company.   Odds are good that you’ve got an iDevice of some sort in your home, office, or pocket. Apple’s product design geniuses use crack-like
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Reduce Your Taxes By Thousands

Diane Gardner is guest starred on Docs Outside the Box Podcast with show host Dr. Nii Darko.  We all want to know how to do it: save money on taxes! On this episode we chop it up with certified Tax Coach Diane Gardner on ways physicians can save tons of money on their taxes. She also talks about her new book “10 Most Expensive Tax Mistakes That Cost Medical Professionals Thousand$”. Her goal is to make sure that entrepreneurs across the US are paying the least amount of taxes they legally should! Her tax coaching sessions have saved her clients over
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How Will I Know?

Whitney Houston’s Estate Settled on a $2.2 Million Tax Bill In 2012, the singer Whitney Houston died suddenly, drowning in a hotel bathroom after years of battling drug addiction. Yet the world will always treasure her musical legacy. The Guinness Book of World Records reports that she was the most awarded female artist of all time, with two Emmys, six Grammys, 30 Billboard Music Awards, and 22 American Music Awards, among 400+ awards in total. Rolling Stone listed her debut album as one of the 500 greatest albums of all time. And VH1 put her at number three on their
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NFL Playoffs: Blue States Versus Red

Red State Sport Teams Have Competitive Advantage NFL playoffs have begun, and Wild Card Week featured some real competition. On Saturday, the red state sports teamTennessee Titans barbecued the red-state Kansas City Chiefs, 22-21, and the red-state Atlanta Falcons defeated the blue-state Los Angeles Rams, 26-13. On Sunday, the purple-state Jacksonville Jaguars pounced on the blue-state Buffalo Bills, 10-7, and the red-state New Orleans Saints marched past the purple-state Carolina Panthers, 31-26. Now, if you’re like most people, you’re wondering why we’re polluting your NFL news with red state and blue state political references. You wouldn’t think politics matter on
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He’s Mister Tax Miser

A New Year Means Tax Changes! Welcome to 2018! New Years’ always brings tax changes.  Key numbers, like tax brackets, standard deductions, personal exemptions, and qualified plan contribution limits, all roll over on January 1. But this year brings more change than any year since 1987. Washington has just passed a sweeping overhaul of the entire tax code, from working individuals all the way to multinational corporations. Tax planners across the country are scrambling to ferret out the opportunities hiding in its 503 pages of typically dense, impenetrable text. (There’s a reason tax lawyers drive Jaguars.) This year’s tax bill
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