Tag: taxes

What Can You Do With A Dollar

What can you do with a dollar? Your dollar found me a loving home. Your dollar kept me safe from harm. Your dollar kept my family together. Your dollar gave me a future. Your dollar helped save my life. Their future is in our hands and our future is in theirs. Guarantee the future. Check

Virtual Currency & Taxation Part 1 (1/4)

Welcome. We’re excited to present this course on virtual currency taxation, which really is a brave new world in the field of taxation and the field of finance. I think you’re going to find this very interesting. I got involved with virtual currency a few years ago pretty [laughs] much by accident. I already have

Tax Day doesn’t have to suck

Taxes don’t have to suck to file. Really, they don’t. There is a very simple way tax day could stop sucking for tens of millions of Americans: The IRS could simply do their taxes for them. The IRS already knows what you make and they know what you’re probably going to owe. So they do

Prince Charles calls for green taxes to fight climate emergency: ‘The time to act is now’

We must rapidly realign our own economy to mimic nature’s economy and work in harmony with it. I will be convening a broad range of industry and issue roundtables, including but not limited to aviation, water, carbon capture and storage, shipping, forestry, plastics, financing, digital technology, the bio economy, nature based solutions, renewable energy, battery

The Beyond Bitcoin Show- Episode 92- World War 3 nonsense! Wim Hof, Lame Doctors, IRS, wealth envy

Hello everyone this is adam meister the bitcoinmeister the disrupt meister welcome to the Beyonder bitcoin show today is January the 11th 2020 oh yeah strong hand long term thinking bitcoin is the next Bitcoin uncomfy skateable strive for greatness purse possibilities new counter current culture deferral of gratification conviction alright people principles over practicality

Robert Reich: Where Your Tax Dollars Really Go

Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress claim that America spends too much on things like food stamps, welfare, and foreign aid. But let’s look at how the government actually spends your federal tax dollars each year. We’re going to look at what’s known as the “discretionary budget,” which has to be reappropriated by Congress each

How to Rebalance

it’s the weekend and you have financial questions that need answering that can only mean one thing it’s time for Jill on money the show that takes the mystery out of your finances here’s your host Jill Schlesinger welcome welcome it’s January I can’t get away from it it is January welcome to your January