A wearable tracks vital signs and earns you money

Dear Doctors and Health Consumers,

We work with Wor(l)d Global Network to bring the revolutionary HELO wearable health band to markets worldwide. Our HELO is unique as the only device that provides several functions through one wearable including: blood pressure, heart rate and ECG analysis, respiratory rate, energy level, sleep patterns, activity and distance, all trended and sharable. This year we will introduce non-invasive blood sugar or glucose (the game changer in diabetes management). The data is sharable, has alerts, and there is an SOS/panic button that transmits GPS location.

This one-of-a-kind device will change healthcare, self-care, wellness, elder care and home care! It helps people monitor and improve their health, and the best part is that we will help you increase profits with a new revenue stream! It can be implemented on a patient-by-patient basis and on a large-scale or system level.

We are looking for people like you to help Make Lives Great. We will help you use the HELO in your practice and in your consults with other practices, to benefit in wellness and finances.

Happy New Year! To All my visitors.
I am excited to share this wearable business to you all first.
Open for more options?
Wearables, backed by Toshiba, just in the US for last 3months!
Compensation Plan”
Please email me your info, time to chat and questions at motherhealth@gmail.com

Couple we are part of makes 6 figures in first month.

Hope to hear from you all. Your goals will put this wearable in all places in the world.
To join:
And inviting you all today for a webinar with our newest President Executives Seville and Rachaell KO will be lighting it up!
Regards,
Connie Dello Buono
 
1708 Hallmark Lane San Jose CA 95124

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Time to break up the banks by Bernie Sanders

It’s time to break up the banks.
The greed, recklessness, and illegal behavior on Wall Street drove this country into the worst recession since the Great Depression. Their casino-style gambling has helped divert 99 percent of all new income to the top one percent. And it has contributed to the most unequal level of wealth and income distribution of any major country on earth.
In the midst of all of this grotesque inequality sits a handful of financial institutions that are still so large, the failure of any one would cause catastrophic risk to millions of Americans and send the world economy into crisis.
If it’s too big to fail, it’s too big to exist. That’s the bottom line. 
I introduced legislation in Congress that would break up banks that are too big to fail. Can you sign on as a citizen co-sponsor of my bill to show your support?
Banking should be boring. It shouldn’t be about making as much profit as possible by gambling on esoteric financial products. The goal of banking should be to provide affordable loans to small and medium-sized businesses in the productive economy, and to Americans who need to purchase homes and cars.
That is not what these financial institutions are doing. They’re instead creating an economy which is not sustainable from a moral, economic, or political perspective. It’s a rigged economy that must be changed in fundamental ways. 
Let’s be clear who we’re talking about: JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo, Morgan Stanley, and other institutions; they’re all too big to fail. So they must be broken up.
Wall Street can’t be an island unto itself separate from the rest of the productive economy whose only goal is to make as much money as possible. I fear very much that the financial system is even more fragile than many people may perceive.
Millions of Americans are working longer hours for lower wages, while virtually all new income goes to the people who need it the least. In fact, the top 14 wealthiest people saw their wealth grow more last year than the bottom 130 million have in total.
We must break this cycle to save the middle class in America. Can you show your support for my bill to break up the banks?
I’m running for President of the United States because I believe that it is incumbent on us to try to take back our country from the billionaires and make it thrive again for the working and middle class. Breaking up the banks is a critical part to making that a reality.
Thank you for all of your support.
Senator Bernie Sanders
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March 16, 2015 deadline for business structure execution

Unless otherwise indicated, all deadlines related to TAXES are at 11:59:59 P.M. (one second before midnight) local time.

See also IRS Publication 509.

March 31, 2014

November 15, 2014

  • Start of 2015 open enrollment at the Health Insurance Marketplace.
  • This applies to uninsured taxpayers who want to avoid possible penalties on their 2015 tax returns, which are filed in 2016.

January 5, 2015 (evening)

  • The Intuit Electronic Filing Center begins accepting and holding (“stockpiling”) 2014 tax returns that are final and able to be e-filed.
  • The IRS starts processing stockpiled returns on January 20.

January 15, 2015

  • Due date for fourth installment of 2014 estimated tax payments.

January 20, 2015

  • The IRS starts processing previously stockpiled returns. Most (but not all) are processed on a first-in, first-out basis.
  • The IRS will run a small number of stockpiled returns through their systems up to a week before this date for testing purposes.
    • If yours is one of them, please note that your tax refund (if any) will not be processed until after January 20.

February 15, 2015

  • End of 2015 open enrollment at the Health Insurance Marketplace.
  • This applies to uninsured taxpayers who want to avoid possible penalties on their 2015 tax returns, which are filed in 2016.

March 16, 2015

  • Deadline for filing a 2014 corporation or S-corporation return or extension.

April 15, 2015

  • Deadline for filing a 2014 personal, partnership, or estates/trusts tax returns or extension.
    • The return or extension must be postmarked or transmitted for e-filing by Wednesday, April 15, 2015.
    • To avoid late payment penalties and interest, any additional taxes you owe must be paid by this date even if you filed an extension.
  • Due date for first installment of 2015 estimated tax payments.

April 20, 2015

  • Deadline for resubmitting or paper-filing a rejected federal return that was originally e-filed by the April 15 deadline if you did not file an extension.
    • Note: The last day to resubmit a rejected 2014 return is October 20; however the April 20 deadline applies to taxpayers who owe taxes and want to avoid the late-filing penalty.
  • Deadline for resubmitting or paper-filing a rejected extension that was originally e-filed by the April 15 deadline.

June 15, 2015

  • Deadline for filing a 2014 personal return for U.S. citizens or residents living and working abroad, including military duty.
  • Due date for second installment of 2015 estimated tax payments.

September 15, 2015

  • Final deadline to file your 2014 corporation, S-corporation, partnership, or estates/trusts tax return if you filed an extension.
  • Due date for third installment of 2015 estimated tax payments.

October 15, 2015

  • Final deadline to file your 2014 personal tax return if you filed an extension on or before April 15.

October 20, 2015

  • Final deadline to resubmit a rejected 2014 return that was originally e-filed on or before October 15.
    • If you’re expecting a refund and miss the October 20 e-file cutoff date, you have until April 16, 2018 (October 15, 2018 if you filed an extension) to file a paper return and claim your 2014 refund.

Connie’s comments:

Financial strategy and business structure execution should be made before March 16,2015. We at Harding Financial are helping doctors and business owners reduce their income taxes thru a business structure (C or C and S corporations) and  financial strategy.

Please contact Connie Dello Buono 408-854-1883 motherhealth@gmail.com or conniedbuono@gmail.com

Maximize Tax Savings For 2014 Business Car Purchases

Doctors and Business Owners who purchased a business car in 2014 will be able to boost their tax savings using the $8,000 increase in first-year depreciation, thanks to the recent extension of bonus depreciation. Doctors who purchased a heavy SUV or pickup (Gross Vehicular Weight Rating over 6,000 pounds) by December 31, 2014 are eligible for even greater tax breaks.

Assume a doctor or Business Owner purchased a new SUV for $60,000 in 2014. First, the doctor or business owner can expense $25,000, the cap for SUVs. One-half of the remaining $35,000 cost, or $17,500, can be deducted using bonus depreciation. Another 20% of the $17,500 remaining balance, or $3,500, can be claimed as normal depreciation. Accordingly, with 100% business use, the total 2014 write-off for a $60,000 SUV purchase is $46,000. If the doctor or business owner purchased a used, rather than new SUV, bonus depreciation cannot be claimed, although the other tax breaks remain available.

Information only, please run this by your Professional Tax Advisor to implement.

Contact Connie Dello Buono 408-854-1883 motherhealth@gmail.com or conniedbuono@gmail.com to have a phone chat with a Sr Investment Advisor on ways to reduce income taxes for doctors and business owners via a business structure and financial strategy.

Tax Breaks until Dec 2014

 Among the biggest breaks for businesses: A tax credit for research and development, an exemption that allows financial companies to shield foreign profits from being taxed by the U.S., and several provisions that allow businesses to write off capital investments more quickly.

There is also a generous tax credit for using wind farms and other renewable energy sources to produce electricity.

The biggest tax break for individuals allows people who live in states without an income tax to deduct state and local sales taxes on their federal returns. Another protects struggling homeowners who get their mortgages reduced from paying income taxes on the amount of debt that was forgiven.

Other more narrow provisions include tax breaks for film and theater producers, NASCAR race track owners, manufacturers of electric motorcycles, commuters who use public transportation and teachers who spend their own money on classroom supplies.

Dear Doctor/Business Owner,

I’m Connie, financial advisor with Harding Financial helping doctors and business owners save a significant amount in income taxes per year via a financial strategy and business structure (C corp, 1099).

Please email me a time to chat with our sr financial advisor this week?

Regards,

Connie Dello Buono

connie.dellobuono@hardingfp.com or conniedbuono@gmail.com

Harding Financial

hardingfp.com

Jr Financial Advisor

408-854-1883

C-corporations for doctors and high net income clients to help reduce income taxes

If you are a doctor or business owner, let us help you with a business structure and financial strategy to reduce your income taxes.

C-corporations enjoy their own graduated rates. The first $50,000 of taxable income in the C-corporation is taxed at a 15 percent federal rate versus the top marginal rate of the shareholder (currently 35 percent) that the owner of an S-corporation will be taxed.
Even if the owner of a C-corporation forgot to zero out the corporation and left $50,000 in the entity, the corporate tax would be only $7,500. A divided of the remaining $42,500 would only be taxed at a rate of 15 percent, resulting in taxes of another $6,375 and leaving $36, 125 (or 72.2 percent).
If the 50 percent had been in an S-corporation and the owner had an annual income of more than $300,000, the federal tax rate would have been 35 percent (or $17,500). In this example, leaving $50,000 to be taxed in a C-corporation would actually have saved the owner more than $3,600 in taxes!
Personal service corporations (PSCs) such as attorneys, doctors, and accountants, do not receive the benefit of these graduated rates since PSCs are taxed at a flat 35 percent rate. Therefore, PSCs do not enjoy the same benefits of the graduated C-corporation rate structure that other types of businesses will enjoy. However, PSCs can take advantage of the full Section 179 expense deduction in writing off furniture and equipment in the year of purchase.
C-corporations are afforded their own Section 179 deduction limitation. Shareholders of an S-corporation must accumulate the Section 179 deduction among each of their pass-through entities, thus they could be limited in a given year.
If the practice has rental activity, a C-corporation which is not a PSC has the advantage of using rental losses to offset operating income. Shareholders of an S-corporation must treat rental losses as a passive activity subject to the passive loss and at-risk rules.

We at Harding Financial can help direct you to a CPA and together with you help you implement a financial strategy to reduce income taxes. Contact Connie 408-854-1883 motherhealth@gmail.com

section 79 and C corp for business owners for protection and retirement

Section 79 and C corp brochure

Reduce your income taxes as medical practitioner or business owner, deadline is this week for 2014

Procrastination was my son’s excuse for not pushing himself to finish college on time. And I said, the real reason is the lack of goals or ambition to reach your ultimate goal. If your main goal before the year ends in 2014 is to reduce your income taxes as hard working medical practitioner or business owner, this week is your deadline for us at Harding Financial to help you with a business structure and financial strategy.

Contact Connie Dello Buono 408-8541883 motherhealth@gmail.com, Jr Financial Advisor to arrange a phone meeting with a sr financial advisor in 50 US states.

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Free 30min phone chat with a sr financial advisor at Harding Financial to help you reduce income taxes using a business structure and financial strategies, connie.dellobuono@hardingfinancial.com or conniedbuono@gmail.com 408-854-1883

Make 2014 and 2015 be the year to protect your wealth and secure your retirement.

 Connie Dello Buono
Jr Financial Advisor
hardingfinancial.com