The founder & CEO of Southern Tax Preparation & Services, Jasmine S. Young, a Certified Public Accountant, discusses topics related to financial literacy and generational wealth and how to obtain the two. From budgeting to taxes to credit to life & health insurance to retirement and estate planning, this podcasts covers all things financial literacy and features guests with professional backgrounds and personal testimonies as it relates to these topics.
Your Favorite CPA Period sits down with Beverly Coleman of Coffer Insurance Group to discuss the importance of Health Insurance. She also discusses the new stimulus checks, the current state of the stock market, what’s going on in the world of Accounting today, and how entrepreneurs can structure multiple businesses! The Small Business Spotlight segment highlights The Pivotal Paradigm Project, a full service Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion firm owned and operated by Jasmine Fluker Ansah.
When your time here is up, which will you leave: a legacy or liability? Your Favorite CPA, Period sits down with Estate Planning Attorney, Gregory Robinson of the Robinson Advocacy Group to discuss the importance of estate planning and the intricate details of what an estate plan includes. She also discusses the issue of unpaid stimulus payments and what Congress is doing to address this issue. The show also takes its weekly glance at the stock market.
This episode's Small Business Spotlight Segment features, A Writer's Hope LLC, founded by Matthias Wallace.
Your Favorite CPA, Period also unveils what's up next for Southern Tax Preparation & Services.
Your Favorite CPA, Period! Sits down with Kedra Flowers CPA of Kedra Flowers, CPA, Professional Corporation to discuss why taxpayers owe the IRS, why taxpayers are audited, what to do when they're audited, and how to obtain representation in the case of an audit!
This episode also covers the active socks and stocks that are gaining in the market as well as what's going on in accounting today to include Trump's tax returns and coronavirus relief for nonprofit organizations.
The Small Business Spotlight segment features new entrenepreneur CJ Baldwin, owner of Just Da Tip, a hookah tip accessory company.
Your Favorite CPA, Period aits down with fellow CPA Nikki Winston to discuss the upcoming tax deadline, common mistakes taxpayers make, the inportance of having a CPA year-round, as well as the available PPP loan and alternative funding for small businesses. The state of the stock market is discussed including tips on how to navigate the market, and the Small Business Spotlight segment features several small businesses based in Atlanta, GA!
Your Favorite CPA, Period sat down with her mother, Veda Young, of State Farm to discuss life insurance, another facet if financial literacy. This episode covers the importance of having life insurance and business insurance for entrepreneurs, the different types of life &business insurance, and how to determine how much insurance is needed. We discuss stimulus checks as a hot topic and explain the current status of the bills regarding a second round of stimulus checks. In addition to financial health and wealth, this episode covers mental health as The Trap Therapist, Mr. Afu Okosun, spotlights his small business and the importance of mental health especially in the current climate.
In week 5 of our business ownership series, Your Favorite CPA, Period sits down with Georgia Attorney, Jazmin Shorter, Esq., to discuss why business owners need lawyers, the different types of lawyers, the difference between trademarks and copyrights, and how to protect products and services through trademarks and copyrights.
In addition, this episode's Small Business Spotlight segment features MiMi Rhyan, founder & CEO of CEO Black Chicks, a network that was created to help female entrepreneurs network, grow, and build, and also provide motivation and inspiration for them to be the CEOs of their everyday lives.
In week 5 of this business ownership series, Your Favorite CPA sits down with accountant Courtney Matthew of mCore Tax & Accounting to discuss the importance of accounting in business ownership. The host discusses the current state of the stock market and her opinion on in what stocks one should look to invest. She also discusses the uproar that the world is in in response to the death of George Floyd as a a result of police brutality. The Small Business Spotlight Segment features Bonita White of Bonita White & Associates, a financial services firm.
Your Favorite CPA sits down with credit expert Colin Brown of Embolden Solutions to discuss the importance of business credit and how businesses can build business credit. The Small Business Spotlight segment features new entrepreneur Timka Lockhart, a graduate of Wharton School of Business. Your Favorite CPA also addresses the African American community in these times of unrest.
In week 2 of our business ownership series, Your Favorite CPA discusses the importance of Human Resources in Small Businesses with Natasha Hall, a serial entrepreneur and certified HR professional. We wrap up our discussion on taxpayers' bill of rights concluding the discussion with bill of right #10, the Right to a Fair & Just Tax System and Joy Pittman of JVP Legacy, an HR consulting firm, is featured on this week's Small Business Spotlight.
Your Favorite CPA, period sits down with fellow CPA Spiceda Davis Jackson of Tax Plus 365 to discuss business structures and how aspiring business owners should choose their business structure based on the tax implications of each and the level of protection it would like to receive as it relates to their personal assets.
Taxpayers' Bill of Right #9, the Right to Representation, is discussed in depth, as well as the upcoming multi-week series on business ownership.
This episode's Small Business Spotlight segment features Brandon Gilmore, Founder & CEO of the Girod Group, which is provides a group of services to include, resume, travel, and media services.
Your Favorite CPA sits down with MJ Bridges as he tells his story of how he became debt free and encourages others to do the same. Taxpayers’ Right to Confidentiality is discussed and Simone Isser, founder of The Mystic Corp Group, spotlights her small business.
Credit Expert, Colin Brown, owner of Embolden Solutions, LLC stops in to talk all things credit. Taxpayers’ right to privacy is discussed and Leah Angel, founder of Fostering Greatness Inc., is featured for the Small Business Spotlight segment.
Financial Planner, Latrisa Pugh of Pugh Financial Coaching, joins us to talk about the importance of budgeting and how to start budgeting. We give updates on the economic stimulus payments and provide listeners details about their right to finality as a taxpayer. We also spotlight small business WILD Moms Club, owned by JaVaughna Bevel.
We discuss with life insurance agent, DeVanté Snell, the importance of life insurance and the affect of COVID-19 on the insurance industry. We discuss taxypayers’ right to appeal an IRS decision in an independent form, and we spotlight small business “JTS Vacations,” owned and operated by Shamica Davis
Independent Real Estate Agent, Byron Pillow, talks real estate, how COVID-19 has affected the real estate industry, how to being purchasing real estate for investment purposes, and what Americans can do to take advantage of the effects of the pandemic on the real estate industry. The new COVID-19 spending bill 's stimulus checks and taxpayers' right to challenge the IRS and be heard are discussed in full detail, and we highlight small business, QwestJohn, LLC, in our new segment "Small Business Spotlight."
This episode talks about the current events surrounding COVID-19, the economical effects, and bills that the government has issued and are developing to alleviate the economic affects of the virus and keep the economy afloat during this time.
This episode retraces the timeline of events as it relates to the spread of COVID-19 within the U.S and provides insight on how the virus affects the finances of the general public and advice on what the general public should do in the midst of current events.
This episode hosts guest Nicholas Armistead of Keller Williams Realty in Opelika, AL, and dives into the importance of ownership as it relates to real estate, how to obtain real estate, the current state of the economy and how its affecting real estate, and the tax implications affiliated with owning real estate.
This episode talks about the different types of retirement accounts and the tax advantages of setting up retirement accounts with guest Chinwe Mbah of Edwards Jones in Huntsville, AL. We also take a deep dive into the taxpayer’s first bill of right, which is the right to be informed.