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Jared Siegel, MBA, Author at Delap CPA


14 Feb

Gold medals could costs Americans $9,900 in taxes!

February 14, 2014 | By | No Comments

Sage Kotsenburg’s slope style gold medal was America’s first gold of the Sochi Olympics. The accomplishment will earn Kotsenburg a $25,000 cash prize courtesy of the United States. The US pledges $25,000 for gold, $15,000 for Silver, and $10,000 for bronze for Americans that medal at the Olympics. Hopefully someone is warning the victorious US […]

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10 Feb

IRS Throws Down a $702 Million Tax Bill for Michael Jackson’s Estate

February 10, 2014 | By | No Comments

Michael Jackson’s estate was recently valued at just $7 million by its advisors. The IRS seemingly disagrees, indicating the estate owes $702 million in taxes. Jackson’s estate appears to be ready to tell the IRS to just “Beat It”; they’ve recently hired one of the country’s top tax litigation firms. Several major discrepancies exist surrounding […]

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30 Apr

Different

April 30, 2013 | By | No Comments

Go to any business school today and the professors will beat the concept of differentiation and competitive advantage into students’ heads.  Businesses become intensely focused on augmenting products & services to ensure they are perceived as different.  Products & services are tweaked and manipulated to make sure they’re different.  Consequently we have observed an explosion […]

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23 Apr

Use Discipline to Drive Your Profits

April 23, 2013 | By | No Comments

Every parent has heard their child whine “but that’s not fair” to which parents throughout generations have responded, “life is not fair.”  Unexpected events occur all the time.  Some surprises leave us in a better place.  People are quick to pride-fully explain how they are responsible for the sudden success.  Yet, the same people deflect […]

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