40 Year Old Business Virgin – Diane Coleman – Director of New Business Development – oXYGen Financial, Inc.

40 Year Old Business Virgin – Business Radio Come join your hosts, Ted Jenkin and Kile Lewis; CEOs of oXYGen Financial EVERY Friday at 12pm as they interview local Atlanta Area CEOs to learn the do’s and don’ts of starting up, running, and growing a new business in today’s economy. TUNE IN LIVE – EVERY FRIDAY at Noon!!!! LISTEN ONLINE-Click Here Today’s Guest – Diane Coleman Director of New Business Development, Senior Business Consultant oXYGen Financial, Inc. 11680 Great Oaks Way Suite 175 Alpharetta, GA 30022 O: 770-777-0427 F: 678-551-7961 www.oxygenfinancial.net Diane moved to Atlanta 10 years ago from California.  In addition to graduating top in her class from the University of Phoenix where she earned her bachelor’s degree in accounting, she has more than 20 years’ small business accounting and taxation experience.  She came to oXYGen Financial Tax and Business Services after negotiating a buyout from an engineering firm in Alpharetta, Ga where she was the acting CFO and ...

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True Latitudes

Have you ever dreamed of having your own personal travel planner who could get you all of the access to all of the cool things to see and do in the most exotic locations?   I recently met the owners of True Latitudes, a subscription based service to do travel planning for those who want the very best experience whether it comes to knowing what time of year to visit a specific location, or what might be the best way to go to South Africa to do the World Cup.  I found them to be extremely knowledgeable as they have built the company on their own personal years of worldwide luxury travel experience.    They have a very experienced staff, and the information on their website is extensive for almost any country you visit in the World.   If have some extra disposable income and like to travel, than this may be a great service for you.  This is especially true if you ...

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Tax Changes For 2010

With 2010 rapidly approaching, you should take some time to review your tax management strategy and get your financial plan in place. Here is a list of some of the important changes that could have an effect on your bottom line. Estate Tax Repealed The federal estate tax is scheduled to be eliminated for estates of individuals who die in 2010. We expect Congress to act in 2009 to keep the tax alive. Roth IRA Conversions Starting in 2010, individuals with more than $100,000 of modified Adjusted Gross Income are free to switch a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA. For conversions in 2010, taxpayers can spread the tax due over two years. Half the tax will be due in 2011, and the remaining half will be payable in 2012. Removing the limit on conversions effectively eliminates the income limit on contributions to Roth IRAs. A taxpayer with income too high to use a Roth will be able to contribute ...

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