Episode 26: How Income Taxes Became Part of The Constitution
Tax update with Ron, Episode 26: How Income Taxes Became Part of The Constitution
This week we talk about:
What you need to do when you close your business. (Do it right or you will receive surprise tax bill with penalties)
Deloitte on various areas of the new Inflation Reduction Act
The Sixteenth Amendment to the US Constitution and how it impacts you every minute of every day!
Detailed discussions of the following tax issues related to the new law are also available from Deloitte:
• Stock buyback excise;
• Clean-energy provisions; and
• Financial reporting considerations.
We’ll provide links to additional resources as they become available.
Then, after WWII, with the Cold War and massive expansion of the federal government, the IRS system exploded for everyone. See the attached for the history of U.S. rates: https://bradfordtaxinstitute.com/Free_Resources/Federal-Income-Tax-Rates.aspx
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Ron Cohen, CPA
Partner at Greenstein, Rogoff, Olsen & Co., LLP
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Ron Cohen, CPA
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About Ron Cohen, CPA, MST, Partner GROCO:
Ron has more than 3 decades of experience in public accounting and related industry work. Ron has extensive knowledge in International Tax and has traveled extensively throughout Europe and Asia handling various compliance issues. He has also served as a tax director for a company with sales in excess of $2 billion. Ron previously taught courses in taxation and financial accounting at a local College.
Prior to his life as a CPA advisors, Ron did some stand-up comedy in Chicago and received advice from several comedians with national T.V. shows. However, after observing that the vast majority of comedians have a very low taxable income, Ron decided to follow his father’s example and become a CPA. He earned an undergraduate accounting degree from the University of Illinois, Chicago, and then a Masters in Taxation from Golden Gate University. Ron lives in Fremont with his wife, who teaches high school English, and has two sons and two grandchildren.
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