Join Mike for this week’s episode of The CEO Warrior Podcast as he interviews Craig Cody on the importance of tax planning.
Craig Cody is a certified tax coach, a public accountant, a business owner, and a former New York City Police officer with 17 years of experience on the force. In addition to being a certified public accountant for the past 15 years, Craig is also a certified tax coach that is part of a select group of tax practitioners throughout the country that undergo extensive training and continued education on tax planning techniques and strategies.
Craig has co-authored the Amazon best seller Secrets of a Tax Free Life.
Main Questions Asked:
What are some things we should think about with tax planning within business.
What are some things that small business owners need to think about?
What are some of the other areas of tax planning that most business owners don’t know about?
Are there any tax strategies we should consider revolving around running a business?
What would a tax plan look like?
What are some things you should pay attention to when your business is in growth mode?
What are some tax strategies we should think about when it comes to acquisition?
What should business owners think about over the next two to three years?
Thor Conklin is an Entrepreneur, Profitability Consultant and host of his daily podcast, Peak Performers Podcast. 2017 marks his 17th year as an entrepreneur. The first company Thor created was a global risk management consulting firm that served the private equity community.
Joel Hammon on Non Traditional Alternative Education.
Joel Hammon is the co-founder of The Learning Cooperatives, a group of self-directed learning centers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He is also the co-founder and president of Liberated Learners, an organization that supports educators around the world to create self-directed learning centers in their communities. Joel is the author of The Teacher Liberation Handbook that details how he left teaching in public and private schools after 11 years to create an educational alternative for young people.
Main Questions Asked:
What did you do previously, and what do you do today?
What do you think is broken in the current industrialized system of teaching?
Do you find that schools seem to be teaching children how to be followers instead of leaders?
Do you have any success stories you could share?
Could you share a little bit of the method you use?
What are some of the big belief changes or outcomes that you have seen?
Based on what you know now if you could go back in time what would you do differently?
What have you learned about the kids and their processes?
What would you share about how the people in the community that you’ve built help serve each other?
How much do you think dealing with peer pressure affects people’s ability to learn?