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I offer tax and business solutions to small businesses. I use my crafted techniques to help entrepreneurs build confidence, strategies, and profits. Tune in frequently so you can trade stress for strategies.

Latest Episodes

How to determine if you qualify for deducting the cost of using your home for business.

If you are wondering if you can get a tax deduction for the use of your home for work related matters, the answer is it depends. You will first have to go to thru several steps to find out if you meet the requirements. I have broken it down for you in a quick and easy way. I even added in how to calculate the deduction using the simplified method and the regular method. As a special bonus, I turned my show notes into a PDF file. Please use this link if you would like the ebook with gives your additional information and resources on this topic. https://attract.io/l/ZdQzjkHQZIWgCML/My 5-Step Proc

12 MINMAY 12
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How to determine if you qualify for deducting the cost of using your home for business.

Unclaimed 2016 Federal Tax Refunds - Did you claim your money?

Every year, over 1 million people lose out on hundreds, or even thousands of dollars, because they didn't file prior year tax return. The year up for grabs is 2016. You are rapidly approaching the 3 year filing deadline and it's critical because the IRS estimates that over 1 billion dollars will be forfeited if individuals do not file their 2016 tax return by the deadline, which was gracefully extended to July 15, 2020. Listen to this short and informative session so that you can get started. Be sure share this session with friends and family, it could help someone in your circle. Lastly, subscribe to my podcast so you can receive updates and other alerts.

6 MINMAY 5
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Unclaimed 2016 Federal Tax Refunds - Did you claim your money?

How to determine if you have a qualifying child or relative for your tax return

Many people are missing out on credits and deductions because they are unaware that they have a qualifying child or relative to claim. This 10 minute episode is going to go deep and explain the rules. If you ever wondered if you can claim your friend's child, or your favorite cousin, or your elderly parent, this session is for you. Additionally, I encourage you to check out more details in my learning center on www.taxcody.com/blog or check out IRS.gov. I have turned my show notes for today's session into a PDF file. On May 1, 2020 you will be able to go to my Instagram Page "TaxExpert" and click the link in the bio to obtain the notes. All those who do not have instagram are welcomed to email me at info@taxcody.com to request the document. Please allow up to 5 business days for me to reply to the email.

12 MINAPR 30
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How to determine if you have a qualifying child or relative for your tax return

Learn and Understand the 5 Tax Filing Statuses

Have you ever wondered if you qualify as single or head of household? Have you ever been curious about that mysterious Qualifying Widow(er) status that brings a ton of confusion? Well, wait no more! Listen to this episode to get the details of each status. It's broken down for you in a 12 minute review that will shed light on their requirements. There are even a couple of examples to explain tricky tax applications. You may hear a tax term or two that will leave you curious to know further details, so keep an eye out for the next episode which will cover those terms. As always, reach out to me if you have questions. Look below for the show notes! Don't forget to subscribe! Thanks for listening. Show Notes: The five filing statuses are: Single, Head of Household, Married filing Jointly, Married Filing Separately, and Qualified Widow(er) The standard deduction for Single Status is $12,200 The standard deduction for Married Filing Jointly is $24,400 The standard deduction for Married Filing Separately is $12,200 The standard deduction for Head of Household is $18,350 The standard deduction for Qualifying Widow(er) is $24,400 Comparing the two married statuses: MFJ generally is more beneficial due to a giving a lower tax rate and higher standard deduction. Additionally you are not able to take the following deductions and credit when filing MJS: Earned Income Credit Child and Dependent Care Credit Educational Credits Elderly or Permanently Disabled Credit Credits or Exclusion for Adoption Expenses and the Exclusion of any income from qualified U.S. savings bonds used for higher eduction expenses. Keep in mind that if you file using MJS, you will have to use the same "deduction" that your spouse used. Meaning if your spouse took the standard deduction on their federal tax return, you must do the same. If the spouse itemized, you must do the same. The MJS has its disadvantages, however it's a great tool for tax planning or for refraining from any responsibility to a tax liability that your spouse may owe on their tax return due to underpayment of taxes. Follow me on Instagram: TaxExpert

12 MINMAR 25
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Learn and Understand the 5 Tax Filing Statuses

Time Management - Part 3

Today's topic goes in deeper on ways to manage your time. You will learn how to map out your schedule, how to identify your priorities, and how to set a goal that is in line with your schedule. If you want to reach your goals, be SMART and write it down on paper. Listen in on the 3rd and final episode on this time management series. The next upcoming episodes will cover tax topics for individuals and small businesses. Thank you for listening in.

9 MINMAR 18
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Time Management - Part 3

Time Management - Part 2

Part of the reason why entrepreneurs have time issues is due to procrastination. When it comes to being a business owner, you don't have the time for this habit. I will break down 3 factors of procrastination and explain some solutions to each one. Learn how to get out of your head and into the task. The major take aways in this session are: Planning, Preparing, & Scheduling! The next podcast session will wrap up this topic with Part 3. Enjoy!

14 MINJAN 15
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Time Management - Part 2

Time Management - Part 1

Do you want to be able to set a schedule and action steps that will help you be efficient, productive, and goal oriented? Well this podcast is for you. If you own a small business and work a full-time job, this will help you manage your schedule while not losing what matters most.

8 MIN2019 DEC 14
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Time Management - Part 1

Get Leads Online - Get more customers

The last 3 sessions focused on building your sales revenue by converting leads to sales. Today's session is on attracting leads online. You may be wondering how to use Instagram to get more customers. This is not uncommon since a lot of entrepreneurs are looking for ways generate profits (earn more money). Listen in on the tips and tricks that will help you produce taxable income. Yep, that taxable income should translate to mean that you are earning money and making profits! Quick note: If you haven't yet, listen to the podcast on how to create a profit motive (ways to show that you are in business for a profit). Take notes and Take Care!

5 MIN2019 DEC 11
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Get Leads Online - Get more customers

Leads to Sales - Part 3

In parts 1 and 2 I talked how to identify and confirm a potential prospect. This episode is going to discuss how to convert this prospect into a customer and how to project your potential sales into your marketing plan. Learn the different phases of a lead and what to do with them.

9 MIN2019 DEC 11
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Leads to Sales - Part 3

Leads to Sales - Part 2

Part 2 covers the 5 Questions you should ask to determine if the potential prospect is the right one for you. Please make sure you listened to Part 1 which discussed how to identify a good prospect.

7 MIN2019 DEC 7
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Leads to Sales - Part 2

Latest Episodes

How to determine if you qualify for deducting the cost of using your home for business.

If you are wondering if you can get a tax deduction for the use of your home for work related matters, the answer is it depends. You will first have to go to thru several steps to find out if you meet the requirements. I have broken it down for you in a quick and easy way. I even added in how to calculate the deduction using the simplified method and the regular method. As a special bonus, I turned my show notes into a PDF file. Please use this link if you would like the ebook with gives your additional information and resources on this topic. https://attract.io/l/ZdQzjkHQZIWgCML/My 5-Step Proc

12 MINMAY 12
Comments
How to determine if you qualify for deducting the cost of using your home for business.

Unclaimed 2016 Federal Tax Refunds - Did you claim your money?

Every year, over 1 million people lose out on hundreds, or even thousands of dollars, because they didn't file prior year tax return. The year up for grabs is 2016. You are rapidly approaching the 3 year filing deadline and it's critical because the IRS estimates that over 1 billion dollars will be forfeited if individuals do not file their 2016 tax return by the deadline, which was gracefully extended to July 15, 2020. Listen to this short and informative session so that you can get started. Be sure share this session with friends and family, it could help someone in your circle. Lastly, subscribe to my podcast so you can receive updates and other alerts.

6 MINMAY 5
Comments
Unclaimed 2016 Federal Tax Refunds - Did you claim your money?

How to determine if you have a qualifying child or relative for your tax return

Many people are missing out on credits and deductions because they are unaware that they have a qualifying child or relative to claim. This 10 minute episode is going to go deep and explain the rules. If you ever wondered if you can claim your friend's child, or your favorite cousin, or your elderly parent, this session is for you. Additionally, I encourage you to check out more details in my learning center on www.taxcody.com/blog or check out IRS.gov. I have turned my show notes for today's session into a PDF file. On May 1, 2020 you will be able to go to my Instagram Page "TaxExpert" and click the link in the bio to obtain the notes. All those who do not have instagram are welcomed to email me at info@taxcody.com to request the document. Please allow up to 5 business days for me to reply to the email.

12 MINAPR 30
Comments
How to determine if you have a qualifying child or relative for your tax return

Learn and Understand the 5 Tax Filing Statuses

Have you ever wondered if you qualify as single or head of household? Have you ever been curious about that mysterious Qualifying Widow(er) status that brings a ton of confusion? Well, wait no more! Listen to this episode to get the details of each status. It's broken down for you in a 12 minute review that will shed light on their requirements. There are even a couple of examples to explain tricky tax applications. You may hear a tax term or two that will leave you curious to know further details, so keep an eye out for the next episode which will cover those terms. As always, reach out to me if you have questions. Look below for the show notes! Don't forget to subscribe! Thanks for listening. Show Notes: The five filing statuses are: Single, Head of Household, Married filing Jointly, Married Filing Separately, and Qualified Widow(er) The standard deduction for Single Status is $12,200 The standard deduction for Married Filing Jointly is $24,400 The standard deduction for Married Filing Separately is $12,200 The standard deduction for Head of Household is $18,350 The standard deduction for Qualifying Widow(er) is $24,400 Comparing the two married statuses: MFJ generally is more beneficial due to a giving a lower tax rate and higher standard deduction. Additionally you are not able to take the following deductions and credit when filing MJS: Earned Income Credit Child and Dependent Care Credit Educational Credits Elderly or Permanently Disabled Credit Credits or Exclusion for Adoption Expenses and the Exclusion of any income from qualified U.S. savings bonds used for higher eduction expenses. Keep in mind that if you file using MJS, you will have to use the same "deduction" that your spouse used. Meaning if your spouse took the standard deduction on their federal tax return, you must do the same. If the spouse itemized, you must do the same. The MJS has its disadvantages, however it's a great tool for tax planning or for refraining from any responsibility to a tax liability that your spouse may owe on their tax return due to underpayment of taxes. Follow me on Instagram: TaxExpert

12 MINMAR 25
Comments
Learn and Understand the 5 Tax Filing Statuses

Time Management - Part 3

Today's topic goes in deeper on ways to manage your time. You will learn how to map out your schedule, how to identify your priorities, and how to set a goal that is in line with your schedule. If you want to reach your goals, be SMART and write it down on paper. Listen in on the 3rd and final episode on this time management series. The next upcoming episodes will cover tax topics for individuals and small businesses. Thank you for listening in.

9 MINMAR 18
Comments
Time Management - Part 3

Time Management - Part 2

Part of the reason why entrepreneurs have time issues is due to procrastination. When it comes to being a business owner, you don't have the time for this habit. I will break down 3 factors of procrastination and explain some solutions to each one. Learn how to get out of your head and into the task. The major take aways in this session are: Planning, Preparing, & Scheduling! The next podcast session will wrap up this topic with Part 3. Enjoy!

14 MINJAN 15
Comments
Time Management - Part 2

Time Management - Part 1

Do you want to be able to set a schedule and action steps that will help you be efficient, productive, and goal oriented? Well this podcast is for you. If you own a small business and work a full-time job, this will help you manage your schedule while not losing what matters most.

8 MIN2019 DEC 14
Comments
Time Management - Part 1

Get Leads Online - Get more customers

The last 3 sessions focused on building your sales revenue by converting leads to sales. Today's session is on attracting leads online. You may be wondering how to use Instagram to get more customers. This is not uncommon since a lot of entrepreneurs are looking for ways generate profits (earn more money). Listen in on the tips and tricks that will help you produce taxable income. Yep, that taxable income should translate to mean that you are earning money and making profits! Quick note: If you haven't yet, listen to the podcast on how to create a profit motive (ways to show that you are in business for a profit). Take notes and Take Care!

5 MIN2019 DEC 11
Comments
Get Leads Online - Get more customers

Leads to Sales - Part 3

In parts 1 and 2 I talked how to identify and confirm a potential prospect. This episode is going to discuss how to convert this prospect into a customer and how to project your potential sales into your marketing plan. Learn the different phases of a lead and what to do with them.

9 MIN2019 DEC 11
Comments
Leads to Sales - Part 3

Leads to Sales - Part 2

Part 2 covers the 5 Questions you should ask to determine if the potential prospect is the right one for you. Please make sure you listened to Part 1 which discussed how to identify a good prospect.

7 MIN2019 DEC 7
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Leads to Sales - Part 2
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