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The Dr. Friday Radio Show is a weekly radio show broadcast live on 99.7/WWTN every Saturday from 2PM-3PM CST. If you are outside of the listening area of the radio station (Nashville, TN), you can also download the iHeart App on your smartphone and search WWTN to hear the LIVE show.

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The Dr. Friday Radio Show is a weekly radio show broadcast live on 99.7/WWTN every Saturday from 2PM-3PM CST. If you are outside of the listening area of the radio station (Nashville, TN), you can also download the iHeart App on your smartphone and search WWTN to hear the LIVE show.

You can also listen to past episodes on the Dr. Friday Tax and Financial Firm website (https://drfriday.com), on Apple Podcasts, Google Play and many more.

    Dr. Friday Radio Show – April 6, 2024

    Dr. Friday Radio Show – April 6, 2024

    In this episode of The Dr. Friday Show, Dr. Friday, discusses various tax-related topics and answers questions from callers. She provides insights on the new Tennessee franchise tax bill, medical deductions, self-employment taxes, and dealing with the IRS.
    Topics covered:

    Tennessee Senate Bill 2103 and its impact on franchise excise tax
    Maximizing medical deductions and the 7.5% AGI threshold
    Adjusting W-4 forms to avoid owing taxes
    Quarterly estimated taxes for self-employed individuals
    Amending tax returns to include Social Security income
    Inheriting property and the stepped-up basis
    Filing as head of household with a dependent ex-spouse
    Communicating with the IRS and resolving tax issues

    Transcript
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    No, no, no, she’s not a medical doctor, but she can sure cure your tax
    problems or your
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    financial woes.
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    She’s the how-to girl.
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    It’s the Dr. Friday Show.
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    If you have a question for Dr. Friday, call her now, 737-WWTN.
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    That’s 737-9986.
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    So here’s your host, financial counselor and tax consultant, Dr. Friday.
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    All right, I’m Dr. Friday, and I’m here live in studio.
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    You probably hear my dogs in the background having a little chit-chat of the
    neighborhood,
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    but we are going to talk a little bit first about the new bill that the
    governor has put
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    out there concerning the franchise tax board and the refunds that the business
    operating
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    in Tennessee could be heading towards.
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    This has not yet been signed.
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    So this is a bill that he has put.
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    It’s the Senate Bill 2103, which will change how we complete the franchise
    excise tax and
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    not having the property tax calculation in there, which is pretty big.
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    I mean, they’re saying that’s going to reduce revenue for the state of over
    $400 million
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    beginning the year that this goes into play.
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    So it will be an interesting — this only applies to businesses that file
    franchise
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    and excise tax.
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    So it’ll be interesting to see if this actually passes, and we’ll stay on top
    of it to see
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    if there’s any changes.
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    Nothing I read in here does it say that it’s going to go backwards.
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    So it looks like to me it’s really going to go into effect for 2024, not in
    2023.
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    All right, let’s see if we can go to the — oh, the phone lines here in the
    studio are 615-737-9988.
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    And it looks like we’ve already got Jay on the line, which is awesome.
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    Hey, Jay, what’s happening?
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    >> Hi, good afternoon.
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    Thank you so much for taking my call.
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    My wife had a lot of health issues last year, and so like $217,000 in medical
    expenses.
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    And so anyway, we have a high deductible health plan, $10,000, and we’re on
    the hook for that.
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    Anyway, so obviously we exceeded that, and so we’re having to pay all that.
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    So one of my questions — I have about three questions.
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    One of my questions was, can we write off the full $10,000, or we had to work
    out payment
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    plans with some of the doctors or the hospitals and so forth?
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    We’re making payments of several hundred dollars a month.
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    So what can I write off?
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    >> You will wri

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    Dr. Friday Radio Show – March 23, 2024

    Dr. Friday Radio Show – March 23, 2024

    In this episode of the Dr. Friday Show from March 23, 2024, Dr. Friday discusses various tax-related topics and answers caller questions. As the tax deadline approaches, Dr. Friday provides valuable insights and advice for navigating the complexities of tax season.
    Topics covered:

    Business tax, franchise excise tax, and annual report deadlines for small business owners
    Marginal tax rates and brackets for 2024
    Contributing to Roth IRAs and amending tax returns
    Reporting inheritance and capital gains on tax returns
    Dealing with the IRS on tax issues and amendments
    Business depreciation and bonus depreciation for 2023
    Reporting interest income from joint accounts and deceased individuals
    Handling tax debt with the IRS through payment plans

    Transcript
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    No, no, no, she’s not a medical doctor, but she can sure cure your tax
    problems or your
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    financial woes.
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    She’s the how-to girl.
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    It’s the Dr. Friday Show.
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    If you have a question for Dr. Friday, call her now, 737-WWTN.
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    That’s 737-9986.
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    So here’s your host, financial counselor and tax consultant, Dr. Friday.
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    [music]
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    G’day, I’m Dr. Friday and the doctor is in the house.
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    We are here, hopefully gonna get some fun.
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    The weather outside is so nice, but it is tax season, so we need to talk about
    some
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    of the changes that are in play and also any questions that you might have
    concerning taxes
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    and the issues that we might be dealing with in doing our taxes.
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    Do not forget that if you are a small business owner, you also have your
    franchise excise,
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    your business tax, and your annual reports that are going to be changing, so
    you need
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    to make sure that you have all of that in play so that you don’t get a late
    notice,
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    because many of those are due April 1st, which is just around the corner.
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    So just making sure that you’ve got everything that you need, because a lot of
    times I know
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    people will call me and say, “Oh, I just got a notice.
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    Business tax wasn’t filed.
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    I thought you filed it.”
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    Well, business tax is only a state tax.
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    We don’t deal with that in our office unless you do our monthly bookkeeping
    service, then
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    the bookkeepers will usually handle that.
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    Annual reports, again, are not really part of bookkeeping or taxes, so it’s
    just a licensing
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    renewal for your charter every single year, but you need to make sure that you
    either
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    have your person, that whoever’s dealing with it is there, or that you
    understand what the
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    choices are so you don’t get those love letters that say, “And most of the
    time, I’m getting
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    them when they change … It’s changing when they try to get a mortgage or a
    renewal line
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    of credit or something like that.”
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    Then they get these notices saying that you’re not in good standing.
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    Dr. Friday Radio Show – March 16, 2024

    Dr. Friday Radio Show – March 16, 2024

    In this episode of the Dr. Friday Radio Show, Dr. Friday, a financial counselor and tax consultant, discusses various tax-related topics and answers caller questions. As the tax season is in full swing, Dr. Friday provides valuable insights and advice for listeners.
    Topics covered:

    Filing deadlines for different tax forms (1065, 1120S, 1120)
    Consequences of missing tax deadlines and the importance of filing extensions
    Beneficial Ownership Information Act compliance and penalties
    Determining filing status for separated or divorced individuals
    Deducting medical expenses and mileage related to hospital visits and care
    Filing requirements for trusts and estates after a person’s death
    Importance of keeping email addresses and cell phones active when handling an estate
    Settling tax debts with the IRS and the offer in compromise process
    Accurately reporting income and expenses on tax returns

    Transcript
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    No, no, no, she’s not a medical doctor, but she can sure cure your tax problems or your
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    financial woes.
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    She’s the how-to girl.
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    It’s the Dr. Friday Show.
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    If you have a question for Dr. Friday, call her now, 737-WWTN.
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    That’s 737-9986.
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    So here’s your host, financial counselor and tax consultant, Dr. Friday.
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    G’day, I’m Dr. Friday and the doctor is in the house.
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    We are going to talk about my favorite subject, it is the middle of tax season.
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    And if you are a 1065, an 1120S and an 1120, in some cases, some 1120s can have it until
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    next month.
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    You have just missed a deadline if you did not file an extension.
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    Because we’re due on the 15th for all 1065 and 1120Ss, unless you’re on a fiscal year
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    end.
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    So you need to make sure that you file your taxes.
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    The penalties can be pretty steep.
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    So again, making sure that you have filed your taxes and if not, an extension.
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    That’s the same goes come April 15th for everything else, unless again, you’re on a physical year
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    end, makes for you to basically need to file those extensions.
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    It’s such a time saver, but more it’s a money saver, right?
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    Because if you haven’t filed your taxes yet, then you’re in trouble when it comes to filing
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    what you need to file for all of that.
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    So again, if you have a question, you can reach us here in the studio at 615-737-9986.
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    615-737-9986 is the number here in the studio.
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    And many of you are probably working on taxes or maybe even working towards something that’s
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    happening in 2024.
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    It’s never too early to start thinking about how you’re going to save tax dollars or preparing
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    to pay taxes.
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    I mean, many times I’ve had people inherit property, they sell it for more than the asking
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    price, or there’s a situation where you decide to relocate and you sell your rental or you
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    sell your primary home, whatever

    • 46 min
    Dr. Friday Radio Show – March 2, 2024

    Dr. Friday Radio Show – March 2, 2024

    In this episode of the Dr. Friday Show, Dr. Friday covers a wide range of tax-related topics, from individual tax situations to business tax considerations. She provides valuable insights and advice for listeners looking to navigate the complex world of taxes.

    Topics covered:


    Roth conversions and their tax implications
    Taxation of Social Security benefits
    Tax considerations for surviving spouses and dependents
    Life insurance payouts and potential taxability
    Business losses and the IRS’s expectations for profitability
    Importance of filing tax returns for partnerships and S corporations
    GoFundMe accounts and their tax implications
    1099K reporting for Venmo transactions
    Adjusting W-4 withholdings to avoid tax surprises

    Transcript

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    No, no, no, she’s not a medical doctor, but she can sure cure your tax problems or your
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    financial woes.
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    She’s the how-to girl.
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    It’s the Dr. Friday Show.
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    If you have a question for Dr. Friday, call her now, 737-WWTN.
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    That’s 737-9986.
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    So here’s your host, financial counselor and tax consultant, Dr. Friday.
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    All righty, I’m Dr. Friday.
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    We are live.
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    You can reach us here at 615-737-9986, 615-737-9986, taking your calls, talking about taxes.
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    Many of you may be working on your taxes this weekend.
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    I know I’m in the process of working on taxes.
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    You may actually be running into some things that you’re thinking about for 2024.
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    I mean, things are always changing.
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    A lot of people are thinking about Roth conversions.
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    I am not a financial advisor, so I do not get into that aspect, other than the fact
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    that if you do a conversion, you will end up paying taxes.
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    So you may want to talk to your tax person when you’re doing that.
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    We do a lot of planning when we’re usually doing tax prep because what you have happening,
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    you know, sometimes people are thinking, “Well, maybe I’ll sell a house or I’ll do this,”
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    and all those kinds of things not only affect your actual taxes that are due, but your IRMA,
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    if you’re in and receiving Medicare.
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    So it’s very important to take into account not only what you’re going to be paying in
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    actual ordinary or capital gains tax, but make sure that you talk about the IRMA as
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    well because we have found over the years, many times people take into account, you know,
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    how much am I going to pay in capital gains?
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    I already calculated that.
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    And then they get the love letter from Medicare that says, “Hey, we’ve changed the amount
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    we’re

    • 46 min
    Dr. Friday Radio Show – February 17, 2024

    Dr. Friday Radio Show – February 17, 2024

    In this episode of “Dr. Friday Radio Show”, Dr. Friday, an enrolled agent licensed by the IRS, offers valuable tax advice and financial counseling to listeners dealing with various tax situations. Topics covered include:


    Understanding the difference between federal and state tax laws, especially regarding the sale of property and capital gains tax.
    The importance of timely tax preparation, with a focus on business tax returns and the upcoming March 15 deadline for LLCs and corporations.
    Navigating state tax obligations and the implications for businesses operating across state lines.
    Guidance on filing annual reports, business licenses, and navigating franchise excise taxes.
    Tips for handling 1099 forms, both for businesses and individuals, to ensure compliance with IRS requirements.
    Advice for individuals working remotely for out-of-state employers and the tax implications thereof.
    The episode also features listener call-ins, providing personalized advice on specific tax queries, including rental property depreciation, the taxation of social security and pensions for seniors, and the tax treatment of income from YouTube content creation.

    Transcript

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    No, no, no, she’s not a medical doctor, but she can sure cure your tax problems or your
    00:00:06.480 –> 00:00:08.080
    financial woes.
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    She’s the how-to girl.
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    It’s the Dr. Friday Show.
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    If you have a question for Dr. Friday, call her now.
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    737-WWTN.
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    That’s 737-9986.
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    So here’s your host, financial counselor and tax consultant, Dr. Friday.
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    Good day.
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    This is Dr. Friday and we’re live here in studio.
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    And if you have a question, you can join us live as well at 615-737-9986.
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    615-737-9986.
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    For many of you that may not or maybe it’s your first time listening to me on the radio,
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    I’m an enrolled agent licensed by the Internal Revenue Service to do taxes and
    representation.
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    That is pretty much all I do.
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    So if you’re working on your taxes this wonderful weekend, or maybe you’re making some tax
    planning
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    for 2024 and you’ve got a question, possibly something to do with inheritance or selling
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    or buying property, paying the capital gains tax, that kind of situation, making sure you
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    understand what the federal tax law is compared to the state.
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    Kind of found out an interesting situation because we seem to have had a large number,
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    in my opinion, a large number of individuals that were thinking that if they reinvested
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    the money from the sale of their home, they weren’t going to have to pay any kind of
    federal
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    taxes.
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    I did find out that California state income tax has that available transaction on it.
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    It is not a federal law, but a state.
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    So you really do need to understand what is state, what is federal and how that works.
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    So that way you understand how you’re going to be able to save.
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    In most cases

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    Dr Friday Radio Show – February 3, 2024

    Dr Friday Radio Show – February 3, 2024

    In this episode of the Dr. Friday Radio Show, Dr. Friday tackles the latest in tax legislation and offers expert advice on managing your finances in light of new changes. Key highlights include:


    Overview of the Tax Relief Act of 2024: An introduction to the new tax legislation and its key components.
    Changes to Child Tax Credit: Detailed explanation of the expanded child tax credit and how it affects families.
    100% Depreciation Rules Extended: Insight into the extension of 100% depreciation through 2025 and its benefits for business owners.
    Adjustments Based on Inflation: Discussion on the adjustment of refundable tax credits in response to inflation, including the specific figures for 2024.
    Implications for Early Tax Filers: Advice for those who have already filed their taxes and how they might be affected by the new changes.
    Retirement Savings Strategies: Solutions for retirees looking to contribute to a Roth IRA through earned income, including tips for those with unique circumstances like farm income.

    This episode is essential for anyone looking to stay informed on the latest tax laws and learn strategies to optimize their tax filing and financial planning for the upcoming year.

    Transcript
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    No, no, no, she’s not a medical doctor, but she can sure cure your tax problems or your
    00:00:06.480 –> 00:00:07.480
    financial woes.
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    She’s the how-to girl.
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    It’s the Dr. Friday Show.
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    If you have a question for Dr. Friday, call her now, 737-WWTN.
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    That’s 737-9986.
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    So here’s your host, financial counselor and tax consultant, Dr. Friday.
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    Good day, I’m Dr. Friday and the doctor is in the house.
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    We have some breaking news.
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    Back on the 31st of January, we finally got a new, the Tax Relief of American Families
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    and Workers Act of 2024 came through.
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    It’s going to be interesting to see exactly how that’s going to affect some.
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    If you already filed your taxes, you may find that there could be some new changes.
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    Most of it’s going to come into 2024, but they did change the child tax credit.
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    They expanded some of that.
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    They extended some of the 100% depreciation through 2025.
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    And this year, if you’d already filed your taxes, you would have only had an 80% on most
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    of your depreciation.
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    So that will be a big situation.
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    So again, if you have already filed, they did do some things that went backwards and
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    we’re going to cover some of that as we move forward.
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    And it may affect if you’ve already filed.
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    Again, opened on January 29th, the tax season.
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    And so I guess, you know, it’s like hunting season.
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    I always say the tax season started on that, but you know, there is always new and exciting
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    things continuously happening.
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    A portion of the refundable tax credit is based on inflation.
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Customer Reviews

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BRL360 ,

Great podcast

I’m preparing for the EA exam and this podcast is a wonderful review of important concepts. Dr. Friday explains the tax code with lots of energy and enthusiasm.

Hgd137 ,

Encourage audience to visit IRS’s website

Please stop spreading FAKE news. 10/1/22 episode: “85,000 Revenue Officers” - where did that fact come from - not from the legislation/Act.

IRS’s website has information on the status and updates of processing returns due to delays caused by the pandemic. Resubmitting returns will not help. They can be considered a duplicate/amended return which are taking 20+ weeks to process. You can also check your refund status as well as amended return refund status. You can create an account and see your balance, create a payment plan, download transcripts. You can even view how-to videos for submitting an Offer In Compromise.

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