Un strateg fiscal dezvăluie cum să anulați un iaht

Un strateg fiscal dezvăluie cum să anulați un iaht

ȘANSA FINALĂ DE A PARTA AZI LA PROVOCAREA BOGĂȚII FĂRĂ TAXAZ! https://www.thetaxfreewealthchallenge.com/ În episodul de astăzi, aruncăm o privire personală asupra în ce constă unul dintre seminariile mele în persoană. În special, vom explora diferențele dintre un agent înscris și CPA, precum și procesul de anulare a lucrurilor pe care CPA nu ți-ar permite inițial să le faci! CUM SĂ LUCRĂȚI CU MINE 📞Rezervați o consultație profesională privind strategia fiscală: https://karladennis.com/youtubeconsult PROGRAMELE MELE 🤑 Învățați aceleași strategii Folosirea bogată pentru a trăi fără impozite: https://taxfreelivingbundle.com 🏡 Tax Alchemy Taxă imobiliară Program: https://taxreduction.link/taxsaver #taxes #taxfreeliving #taxexpert #taxreduction Tax Strategist DEZVLEAZĂ Cum să radiezi un iaht *Declinare responsabilitate: Nu sunt consilier financiar și nici avocat. Aceste informații sunt doar în scop de divertisment. Este foarte recomandat să discutați cu un profesionist fiscal sau un avocat fiscal înainte de a efectua oricare dintre strategiile menționate în acest videoclip. Mulțumesc.


25 thoughts on “Un strateg fiscal dezvăluie cum să anulați un iaht

  1. 1:03 to call the EA the "highest designation the IRS allows for being an accountant" is a little misleading.

    First: The Enrolled Agent (EA) doesn't even need an academic background in accounting. You study for a test that covers individual and business taxation and business law. The same information, perhaps with a little less depth, is studied for the REG portion of the CPA exam. The CPA needs a few more credits than a Bachelors degree with a designated amount of credits in accounting and business. I have studied for both exams and the material is very similar, with some exceptions where the EA goes into a little more detail.

    Second: While many CPA's do not focus exclusively on taxes and thus may not have the "tax strategist" background, there are CPA's who do focus on taxes. A CPA at a big corporate firm may not, but there are CPA's in private practice that do. Some CPA's, such as one of my current professors, are actually tax attorneys who later get the CPA license. Clearly, they likely have a deeper understanding of the tax code than most other tax professionals.

    Third: One advantage, in my eyes, of an EA over a CPA is the ability to represent clients nationwide. A CPA can only represent in the state(s) they are licensed in. That being said, the CPA is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the State Board of Accountancy, meaning there is a little more oversight of a CPA than an EA from what I know.

    All EA's, CPA's, and Tax attorneys can represent clients before the IRS in case of an Audit. I just don't understand the attack of the CPA by many EA's online. Yes, the EA GENERALLY is more specialized in tax, but this narrative that CPA's are merely tax preparers isn't completely true. I guess I'm saying don't choose an EA over a CPA strictly based on title

  2. Can you do a video about having an s-corp and maintaining a full time job?

    Like I have a microgreens business that makes at least $7000 a month and I only have to work like 1 and a half hours a day and then I go to my full time job during the day.

    How does that work?

  3. The comments about the CPAs in the video are quite mis-founded. It depends on the individual's background. A CPA doing tax work at a good accounting firm will know a lot more about tax planning than an enrolled agent running a solo practice. Similarly, a tax lawyer working at a good firm will, in general, know a lot more about tax law than either a CPA or an enrolled agent.

  4. Wow I Am a African American woman CPA in private practice and I am baffled that you would entertain the conversation of CPA vs Enrolled agents – You know our letters “ CPA “dont even compare or in the same conversation to enrolled agents – in addition if the people in that room you are speaking to only see their CPA or tax preparer or EA in January thru April they must be working a W2 job and 5 times out of ten times can’t purchase a yacht because entrepreneurs and successful business owners talk to their CPA on a monthly basis at minimum at least I do with my clients if it is just them wanting me to explain what snippet of some information they saw on social media about paying zero taxes -Because I also explain to them paying zero taxes could also mean they won’t qualify for certain assets to purchase to get those deductions

  5. People who think about taxes a lot meet with their people in Nov and Dec to get their losses and gains in order and think about their taxes before end of year. Then again in the winter and spring. I think a lot of your videos have basic info but don’t really have anything in depth enough to warrant serious attention because of the lack of good information. It’s more cursory.

  6. #KarltonDavis#3Though shall NOT FEAR the IRS. So very true. I have been personally audited twice. Been doing my and others taxes for 43 years now. I'm also a Professional Pilot and we do "Check Rides with the Feds" as a "systems check and to prove proficiency." That's all an IRS AUdit is. Nothing more than hey we are checking to ensure you are using the "system and are in compliance." Only occasionally are they seeking information or an answer. AS ALWAYS IRS Section 162A is the "usual" answer. Remember they are hiring an additional 80K plus IRS Agents. My question to you is, who do you want on your side?

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