He’s not a CPA. Who is he? (5:40) Know your skillset. (12:00) Tax code and planning. (19:00) LLC. Yes or No? (32:00) Why you need someone. (41:00) Setting up the family. (51:00) Tax myths. (1:02:00) Your options. (1:12:00) Quotable Moments “The real deadline isn’t April 15th. That’s the filing deadline. You could file an extension or file your return. The real date for a business owner is October 15th.” – John “The accounting industry wants 1 of 2 things. 1 – they want to help their clients. 2 – they want lower personal income taxes and numbers that help them run their business better. Yet accountants are providing either of those services, they’re number historians.” – John “CPAs don’t have exclusive rights to the internal revenue code. Do you know where you find the 401k and internal revenue code? In section 401, subsection k.” – John “IRA stands for individual retirement arrangement (laws).” – John “Amazon is nothing unique. They’ve just executed on it.” – John “If you’re the business… then you’re NOT a business.” – John “Accountants have been regularly saying that a home business is a red flag. If there’s 4 ways of doing something, is how could it be a red flag?” – John “Think of a chasm where the only way to cross is to pay the toll bridge. And that chasm has a bunch of toll bridges. One of them is capital gains… it’s 15%. Every time you want money from the left side and move it to the right of the chasm, I have to pay a toll.” – John “The entrepreneur is the economic engine of the country. The US is the biggest economic power because we attracted the original entrepreneur – the pilgrim.” – John “If you’re making over 100,000 a year year, your likelihood of being audited as a sole proprietor is 5x higher than if you were to be an escort.” – John “LLC is legal structure and the way you file. The default is the highest cost, which is a sole proprietor. You can change is to an S-corp with one simple form.” – John “You need to learn things that are outside of your core competency.” – John “As a business owner, you make money twice. You make money as an employee of the business, and you make money as an owner of the business where you earn dividends.” – John “If you stop working, would you have to hire someone to do what you were doing? If the answer is yes, then you’re an employee.” – John “Good tax planning should never violate good financial planning.” – John “There’s 4 ways to never pay taxes: make no money, don’t pay them, lose money every year, and give it all away.” – John “The likelihood of being audited is half of 1%.” – John Resources Tax Myths free book. Financial Gravity website. Buy our stock – FGCO. Check us out on Youtube Follow us on social media: LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram Subscribe to our newsletter, The Countdown Have questions? Email us! More from Martin theprofitproblem.com annealbc.com firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn Facebook Instagram More from Khalil benali.com email@example.com LinkedIn Facebook Instagram More from The Cashflow Contractor Ask Us A Question Sign Up For A Free Consultation thecashflowcontractor.com firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn Facebook Instagram
Lake Michigan's Salmon Hotspot; The Bank Reef with Captain John Pollock - GLFP #78
Great Lakes Fishing Podcast
Captain John Pollock from Reel Impression Charter Service in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin joins the Great Lakes Fishing Podcast for Episode #78. Captain Pollock discusses fishing the Bank Reef, the best time of year to fish this giant underwater structure, and his favorite tactics for salmon fishing. For more Great Lakes fishing information, visit https://fishhawkelectronics.com/
UFC 260 Preview Show with John Pollock, James Lynch & Cody Saftic
POST Wrestling w/ John Pollock & Wai Ting
John Pollock is joined by MMA analysts James Lynch and Cody Saftic to preview the UFC 260 card and go through the latest news.The three discuss this Saturday’s rematch between Stipe Miocic and Francis Ngannou for the UFC heavyweight title, the impact COVID-19 has had on this show, the plight of Alexander Volkanovski, how important UFC 260 is for Tyron Woodley, Sean O’Malley attempts to rebound, Miesha Tate is coming out of retirement, and how will we watch Bellator in Canada?Follow James Lynch’s work at Lynch on Sports and Cody Saftic can be heard on the Dog or Pass Podcast. Our UFC 260 POST SHOW will be live immediately after the pay-per-view this Saturday night on the POST YouTube channel with hosts John Pollock & Phil Chertok. Subscribe: https://postwrestling.com/subscribe Patreon: http://postwrestlingcafe.com Forum: https://forum.postwrestling.com Discord: https://discord.com/invite/Q795HhR Merch: https://store.postwrestling.com Twitter/Facebook/Instagram/YouTube: @POSTwrestling
John Pollock is Chief Executive Officer of Meridian and is responsible for the vision, growth and profitability of the company. John directs the company’s strategy and manages operations, including development, sales, marketing, asset management and finance. Prior to his appointment as CEO, John was Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of the company.With more than 20 years of knowledge shaped by a wide range of experiences in commercial and residential real estate development, John has proven his ability to lead, develop and manage projects of any size. Prior to joining Meridian in 2006, John served as General Manager for national home builder Centex Homes where he was responsible for all land development, construction and sales in Santa Fe, New Mexico.From 1997 to 2003, John served as Vice President of Bovis Lend Lease, a leading international project management and construction company operating in more than thirty countries. At Bovis John’s responsibilities included managing finance, project controls and risk management and he was involved in a wide range of transactions in size, scope and geography. Notable developments included: Santana Row in San Jose, CA, Four Seasons Hotel in San Francisco, CA, Lincoln Square in Bellevue, WA and the Privatization of Fort Hood Family Housing in Killeen, TX.John is a member of Urban Land Institute and sits on the ULI Health Care and Life Science Council. He is also a Certified Public Accountant and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from St. Mary’s College.
Friends of the show and founders of POST Wrestling, John Pollock and "Cowboy" Wai Ting joined Scrump during Summerslam weekend to talk about the intricisies of starting up their network of podcasts from scratch after the disbandment of the LAW. John and Wai talk about what it's like running their own store, how they manage to record up to five different shows weekly, their thoughts on the current state of wrestling, and what they look forward to from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Also; Scrump and Stank talk about their experiences from All Out weekend which includes meeting various Friends of the Show, which matches stood out the most from the pay per view, their thoughts on GLOW, announce next weeks guest, and introduce a brand new outro for the show featuring an ELITE guest... Special thanks to Kenny Omega. Sponsors:https://www.freelancewrestling.com
7RREI #53 -- Real Estate Taxes, Green Lights, and the Technologies of Tomorrow...with John Pollock
7 Rules For Real Estate Investing with Nick Raithel
Taxes...they're one of life's certainties according to Benjamin Franklin. And as a real estate investor, they're definitely something you need to keep top of mind. To help you with that, this episode features Tax expert John Pollock of Financial Gravity. John shares his insights on taxes, as they apply to REI and even offers an unusual and LEGAL "tip" you've probably never heard of or considered. He also shares an incredible look at some BOLD future technology >> To Hear it, click "Play" now!
Bruce Prichard and PostWrestling.com's John Pollock
Bear witness (with your ears) as Brother Love himself - Bruce Prichard - returns to THE ROSS REPORT! Join JR and Bruce as they recall Houston wrestling memories, Bruce bringing the Undertaker into the WWE, 25 years of Monday Night RAW as...
Join JR this week as he gives his thoughts on New Japan's Wrestle Kingdom 12. JR then welcomes PostWrestling.com's John Pollock to the show to discuss John's latest venture in wrestling journalism as well as the future of Impact...
Join JR this week as he gives his thoughts on New Japan's Wrestle Kingdom 12. JR then welcomes PostWrestling.com's John Pollock to the show to discuss John's latest venture in wrestling journalism as well as the future of Impact Wrestling and the possibility of Ronda Rousey competing in the WWE.Later in the podcast, JR is joined by former WWE and WCW star Ron Harris (Disciples of Apocalypse, the Bruise Brothers) to fill us in on his new lucha libre promotion Aro Lucha.
TAB131: The Importance of Being Strategic with Tax Planning, with John Pollock
In today’s episode, we delve into the subject of taxes with John Pollock, the Chief Executive Officer of Financial Gravity Companies, and the President of Pollock Advisory Group, Inc., a Registered Investment Advisory firm. John has been featured in Forbes Magazine and is a frequent contributor on television and Radio. He’s also someone that I’ve heard a lot about over the years from my good friend and podcasting partner for her show on the craft of writing, Taylor Stevens, who has been a guest on The Author Biz several times. Taylor joins us on this episode as well and adds some great insights on the importance of being strategic with your tax planning. Now, for those of you thinking, taxes, oh, boring, give this show a try. If you’re listening because you want to take your author business to the next level, taxes are something you’ll need to deal with, and as you move through the various levels of success as an author, they’ll be critical to you and your business. We cover a lot of ground in this show, and John delivered some information I’ll be able to use beginning next year to lower my taxes. So listen closely. We’re all in different situations when it comes to taxes, but if you’re paying taxes in the United States, I suspect you’ll find something in here you can use. Links John’s Website www.lowertaxhigherprofit.com Financial Gravity Website www.financialgravity.com Text “taxbook” to 33444 Taylor’s Patreon Page www.patreon.com/taylorstevens Thanks for Listening! Thanks so much for joining us again this week. If you’d like a deeper connection with the show, please check out the Author Biz Facebook Group. If you enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see on the left of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for The Author Biz Podcast on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and mean a great deal to me. They matter in the rankings of the show, and I read every one of them. If you’re not sure how to leave an iTunes review, you can follow the step-by-step instructions here. And finally, don’t forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes or Stitcher to get automatic updates. Please note: Amazon links in this post are affiliate links. You’ll pay no more for buying through these links but the show will earn a small commission. The post TAB131: The Importance of Being Strategic with Tax Planning, with John Pollock appeared first on .