New Radio Show to Audit - KHTK 1140 AM Adds Tax Show to Weekend Line-Up

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Tax $ense: Keeping What's Yours, a new one-hour radio program premieres Saturday, April 21, 2012 at 2pm on CBS radio affiliate KHTK 1140.

Tax$ense: Keeping What's Yours

Tax$ense: Keeping What's Yours premieres Saturday, April 21, 2012 at 2pm on CBS affiliate KHTK 1140

I believe educating listeners on strategies that may help them pay the least amount of taxes legally possible will be popular. Who doesn’t want to keep more of their money?

Tax$ense: Keeping What's Yours, a new one-hour radio program premieres Saturday, April 21, 2012 from 2pm-3pm on CBS Radio affiliate KHTK 1140 AM. Hosts Owen Arnoff and Randy Roth promise a lively, informational and entertaining program. The topics they will cover will help people save money on taxes, protect their assets and help them avoid the costly mistakes that many people make during their lifetime. Business owners and real estate investors will find the program to be particularly interesting as they profit from learning about how to stay ahead of the constantly changing tax code.

Mr. Arnoff is an Enrolled Agent, licensed by the Department of the Treasury to represent taxpayers and is Admitted to Practice Before the Internal Revenue Service. Mr. Roth is also an Enrolled Agent and holds a Masters with a specialty in Estates and Taxation. He is knowledgeable in real estate matters and advises on issues involving aging and asset protection. Arnoff and Roth are partners in the tax consulting firm of Incompass Tax, Estate and Business Solutions]. Together, they have prepared or reviewed more than 25,000 tax returns. Asked if a radio show about taxes would work, Arnoff said, “I believe educating listeners on strategies that may help them pay the least amount of taxes legally possible will be popular. Who doesn’t want to keep more of their money?” he added.

Tax themes have made for good entertainment and run the gamut from inane to inspirational. Examples include: The Firm (1993), about tax lawyers, The Blues Brothers (1980), Jake and Elwood Blues race to raise enough money to pay the back taxes on the reform school/orphanage where they were raised and The Shawshank Redemption (1994), Andy Dufresne survived his time in prison in part because his banking background taught him the ins and outs of the tax code and bookkeeping.

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Owen S Arnoff, EA

Randy Roth, EA, MSFS, CSA
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