Last Episode Recorded on 04/05/2017:
- 02/01/2017 – Meals & Entertainment, Business Travel, Vehicle Mileage, and Home Office Deductions
- 03/01/2017 – Comparing Partnership vs. S-Corporation C-Corporations vs. Sole Proprietorship… and what about LLCs? With Chris Ragain, CPA/PFS
- 03/11/2017 – BONUS VIDEOS: IRS Late filling and late payment penalties and Interest
- 04/05/2017 – Employee vs. Self-Employed: “Business” Tax Deductions. With Mariette Martinez, EA
Next Upcoming Episodes:
- 05/03/2017 – Fixed Assets vs. Expenses – and Accelerated Depreciation vs. Cost Segregation. With Heather Satterley, EA
- 06/07/2017 – Shareholder Distributions, Corporate Dividends, Guaranteed Payments, and other compensation of officers.
- 07/05/2017 –Retirement Plans, Pension Plans, and other deferred compensation plans
- 08/02/2017 –International Issues: FIRPTA, FATCA, FBAR, Foreign Income Exclusion, Foreign Tax Credit, and Foreign Corporations (5471) for US Persons
- 09/06/2017 – Estate, Trust, and Gift Taxes
- 10/04/2017 – Real Estate related transactions, and 1031 Exchanges
- 11/01/2017 – Non-Business Income Tax Deductions for Individuals
- 12/06/2017 – “Trump” Tax Plan for 2018
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