The hosts of this radio show like Green's opinions on a wide variety of trader tax topics.

Financial Fridays, Las Vegas, NV
Streaming radio, live on the Internet at 
http://www.vegasallnetradio.com/financial-fridays.html .
Also downloads of archives

Friday, June 12, 2015 Interview of Robert A. Green, CPA.
Last guest so scroll to 42:30 of mp3.
Listen to Robert Green talk about the trade negotiations, tax reform, the minimum wage and Nevada’s new gross receipts tax.

Several other appearances in between these dates.

Friday, Dec. 20, 2013 at 3:00pm PST
Host Leonard C. Wright, CPA/PFS & AICPA Money Doctor
Interviews Robert A Green, CPA about:
Listen to Robert Green’s 15-minute interview on Financial Fridays radio show aired on Dec. 20, 2014, where he discusses expiration of “tax extenders” at year end. Green explains the politics and why you shouldn’t count on Congress to extend “tax extenders” after year end. In the first part of the interview, Green discusses the IRS final regs for the Net Investment Tax.

Financial Friday on KLAV 1230 AM Las Vegas, NV
Streaming radio, live on the Internet at 
http://www.klav1230am.com/Shows/FinancialFridays.html
Friday, July 26 at 3:00 to 3:10 pm PST
Host Leonard C. Wright, CPA/PFS & AICPA Money Doctor
Interviews Robert A Green, CPA about:
ObamaCare 3.8% Medicare surtax on unearned income
Click here for just Robert Green’s interview

  • Tax compliance work and cost for the new ObamaCare 3.8% Medicare surtax on unearned income is sky high for taxpayers who fall into that zone of AGI $250,000 married and $200,000 single. It’s almost like preparing another tax return and at every juncture the IRS separates you from your losses. If you exceed the AGI threshold, get ready to pay ObamaCare Medicare surtax! The IRS proposed regulations are fraught with problems and if they aren’t fixed taxpayers and tax preparers will have a nightmare starting with 2013 tax returns. Petition to fix the proposed regulations.

Financial Friday on KLAV 1230 AM Las Vegas, NV
Streaming radio, live on the Internet.
Friday, Aug 31, 2012 at 3:39 to 3:54 PST
Host Leonard C. Wright, CPA/PFS interviews Robert Green, CPA about:

  • Hedge Ads Get Green Light (WSJ). The SEC just voted not to hamper the positive provisions of the Jobs Act of 2012, which allows investment advisers to advertise their hedge funds to the public. Pundits call it the ‘FaceBook catch-up decision’ as it modernizes regulation to keep up with social media, helping “emerging growth companies (EGC)” before going public. After finalization of the new SEC rules, starting in late September, it’s expected that advisers will be able to market their hedge funds to the public, but they only can sell them to accredited investors.
  • New IRS cost-basis reporting in 1099-Bs has been a huge problem on 2011 tax filings for securities traders and investors. What’s the latest?
  • ObamaCare’s Medicare tax hikes on earned and unearned income start Jan. 1, 2013. What should traders and investors be aware of for tax planning purposes? Green just wrote an article for Active Trader Nov. 2012. A version should appear on our blog soon.
  • What’s Green’s latest prediction for what might happen with the Bush-era tax cuts? How should traders and investors handle their year-end tax planning with this uncertainty?

Dec. 30, 2011: Financial Fridays on KLAV 1230 AM Radio Station in Las Vegas. 
Click here for an interview recorded on Dec. 8, 2011, which aired on Dec. 30, 2011. 
Scroll to 09:30 – 23:20
 for the interview with Robert A. Green. It’s an mp3 that streams right away.
Robert discusses the financial-transaction tax threat, expiration of the Bush-era tax cuts and tax wars in 2012.

Testimonials

Dear Star, Just want to drop you a personal THANK YOU note!! :) Thanks for helping prepare all my tax return.  You are doing a wonderful job.  In this instant gratitude world, everything always just happen so fast, we always not realize the efforts people put behind their wonderful work!! :)  So, I think I should take this opportunity to express my gratitude for the quality works of yours. Well done and thank you.

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