Join tax attorneys Steve Moskowitz and Liz Prehn for Practical Tax, a weekly podcast filled with tips and tricks for navigating taxes in the United States. Learn the laws, learn your rights, and file your taxes — practically.
#41 | Remote Work and It’s Effect on Office Space Feat. Michael Cupps & Todd Rothbard
Michael Cupps discusses remote working, the four-day workweek and the future of office space. Tenant and Landlord Attorney Todd RothBard talks about Pandemic relief for landlords and tenants and where it’s headed.
#40 | Trusts Wills and Amazon Feat. Micahel Davidson & Steven Pope
Who handles your trust and what happens if the person you appointed leaves or dies? And Has Amazon thrust our country into a depression?
#39 | Generational Wealth and Cbd Entrepreneurs Feat. Brandon Neely & Melanie Kossan
What are both the practical and strategic advantages of financial planning for young children, and how are women CEOs faring in the world of CBD start-ups?
#38 | Interest Rates and Charitable Giving Feat. Kevin Lyons
Anchor Funding CEO Kevin Lyons joins Steve to discuss the interest rate hikes and explore both investment and tax opportunities during this technical recession.
#37 | Franchise Investing and Delayed Retirement Feat. Greg Mohr & Bill Dendy
Greg Mohr discusses the ups and downs of investing in a franchise while Bill Dendy talks about people being forced out of retirement and back into the workplace.
#36 | Finances of Young Athletes and Child Care Feat. Ali Siam & Natalie Boyle
When young athletes come into money, here’s why they need expert tax advice and the inflationary world of child care has Americans struggling to balance work and family. And as always taxes.
#35 | Reclassifying Cannabis and Will Working Remotely Survive? Feat. Chris Piazza & Joel Patterson
Chris Piazza and Steve Moskowitz discuss the many aspects to having a cannabis business when the product is illegal, interstate business, and will working remotely survive? Will there be an office space “crash” or will people want to come back to work?
#34 | the Political Side of Taxes and Investing Amidst a Looming Recession Feat. David Canepa & Demrie Henry
Congressional candidate and Bay Area County Supervisor, David Canepa, discusses taxing the top 5% and Financial specialist Demrie Henry makes a both pragmatic and philosophical case for tax avoidance.