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Sidedoor

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Sidedoor

Smithsonian Institution

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More than 154 million treasures fill the Smithsonian’s vaults. But where the public’s view ends, Sidedoor begins. With the help of biologists, artists, historians, archaeologists, zookeepers and astrophysicists, host Lizzie Peabody sneaks listeners through the Smithsonian’s side door, telling stories that can’t be heard anywhere else. Check out si.edu/sidedoor and follow @SidedoorPod for more info.
 
Accounting Matters lives up to its title, covering vital accounting topics that actually matter to professionals in the accounting trenches. We start with a new topic and definition every episode, then highlight and discuss the key areas, from evaluation to reporting. Accounting Matters is hosted by public accounting veterans Adam Olsen & Sarah Cage Richter from advisory firm Embark. LinkedIn - https://hubs.ly/H0XgZnG0 Instagram - https://hubs.ly/H0XgYNZ0 Twitter - https://hubs.ly/H0Xg-dz0 F ...
 
Tax Sale Investing Made Easy. A podcast hosted by Casey Denman, veteran Tax Sale Investor, author of The Tax Sale Playbook and the founder of The Tax Sale Academy that teaches you how to successfully invest in tax defaulted real estate, including tax deeds and tax liens. Casey has held an interest in more than 1,000 properties throughout close to a dozen states. He has produced more tax sale investing training tutorials than nearly anyone in the world, including 500+ YouTube videos. For more ...
 
YUP! What a title. I know, but it says so much without saying to much. KISS has been a guiding principle (Keep it simple sexy). Best life hacks around relationships and personal development skill. Quick and actionable tools for life. Exact amount of content to do the deed. That change yourself thing is here. This podcast is fun, relaxing, with solid wisdom. Presented a little redneck, a little 80's awesome style, and whole lot you gray-hair dude experience. Join the family. You are welcome a ...
 
Henrik Ibsen's Ghosts was first published in 1881 and staged in 1882, and like his earlier play A Doll's House, profoundly shocked his contemporaries. Dubbed "a dirty deed done in public" by one of its critics, the play focuses on (among other things) venereal disease, euthanasia, and incest. The original title literally means "the ones who return," and the play is about how we can deal with the awful legacy of the past. (Summary by Elizabeth Klett) Cast:Mrs. Alving: Elizabeth KlettOswald Al ...
 
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LEGAL-ISH

OT, Reem, Ahmed Odeh

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Legal-ish is a weekly podcast where hosts OT & Reem invite their lawyer and legal advisor, Ahmed Odeh, who is the Managing Partner at MIO Law Firm, in Dubai to answer all legal questions about life in the UAE. If you’ve got any questions, please send us an email to hello@dukkanmedia.com or slide in our DMs. We always keep it anonymous and protect your identity. #WeCauseCulture
 
Welcome to The Carl HoldinCourt Show. This is a 10-20 minute podcast that consists of social commentaries from your host, Carl Bettencourt. As the title suggests, Carl holds court on various subjects that come to his mind, day in day out. This is an unedited, off-the-cuff rant/observation/one man discussion of topics that will hopefully lead to people having more meaningful conversations with each other. NOTE: Carl Bettencourt is NOT an expert in anything. He simply won’t shut up.
 
“The wrongdoing of one generation lives into the successive ones and… becomes a pure and uncontrollable mischief.” Hawthorne’s moral for “The House of the Seven Gables,” taken from the Preface, accurately presages his story. The full weight of the gloomy mansion of the title seems to sit on the fortunes of the Pyncheon family. An ancestor took advantage of the Salem witch trials to wrest away the land whereon the house would be raised… but the land’s owner, about to be executed as a wizard, ...
 
Heart of Artness is a journey into the labyrinthine workings of Australia’s Aboriginal art world. We hear from artists and the non-Indigenous folk who interact with them to produce cutting-edge contemporary art. The first episode, The Conquistador, the Warlpiri and the Dog Whisperer, was produced for ABC Radio National's Earshot. You can listen to it here: http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/earshot/the-conquistador,-the-warlpiri-and-the-dog-whisperer/9617950 Heart of Artness is a U ...
 
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Join Embarkers Adam Olsen and Matt Schwartz for a discussion on fair value measurements in this episode of Accounting Matters. Sure, it doesn’t often make headlines, but fair value is oh-so important to the balance sheet, financial reporting as a whole, and the accurate, transparent information investors need. If you’re looking for insights, maybe …
 
In 19th century Japan, two sumo wrestlers faced down dozens of firefighters in a brawl so epic it inspired a Kabuki play. But the story of what really happened —and who the heroes are— is all a matter of perspective. Underdogs, antiheroes and villains. How do we decide who plays what role? Guests: Kit Brooks, Japan Foundation Assistant Curator of J…
 
Join Embarkers Adam Olsen, Zac Smith, and Nicole Harger for this second episode of the Accounting Matters podcast on accounting for profit interest awards. This go around, we take a look at the differences between the relevant guidance – ASC 710 and 718 – where and when each might apply, as well as a few best practices for good measure. For more in…
 
Want to increase your profitability as a tax sale investor? I've got FOUR ways you can do exactly that in today's episode. Now, it you're looking for "easy" it doesn't exist. BUT . . . if you're willing to put in a little extra work while reaping the financial benefits in the meantime, you'll definitely want to listen to this week's episode. ⬇️ Hel…
 
In this episode of Accounting Matters, Embarkers Adam Olsen, Zac Smith, and Nicole Harger discuss accounting for profit interest awards, what GAAP has to say about them, and why they’re gaining in popularity these days. Done right and profit interest awards can be a win-win. Done wrong and they’re an accounting standards migraine waiting to happen……
 
Which came first, the flag or the song? Sidedoor is celebrating this Independence Day with a special bonus episode: the story behind our Star-Spangled Banner. Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History military curator Jennifer Jones explains the origin and meaning behind the national anthem through the tattered piece of wool that lies at th…
 
My email inbox and DMs are filled every day with questions from new tax sale investors. And I LOVE IT! Unfortunately, however, a lot of these questions or the issues that need solutions are the same. They usually fit into one or two major mistakes that I see brand new tax sale investors routinely make. Learn about them, and more importantly, how to…
 
Join us for a demystifying episode of the Accounting Matters podcast as Embarkers Adam Olsen, Zac Smith, and Julie Avellanet take a closer look at accounting for stock warrants. Yes, warrants can be a bit confusing at first glance, even for veteran accountants. But as you’ll find out, their bark is usually worse than their bite. For more informatio…
 
Back in the black of dark psychology. The mind of the wounded is an intriguing place as it uses dysfunction to manage a false environment of stability. The justification is enormous as control freaks or practitioners of dark psychology legitimatize their behaviors/ dysfunction. Tune in to recognize the signs of dark psychology or find relief that y…
 
Whether it's live on the Smithsonian’s National Zoo's panda cam or in front of a crowd, possibly no other animal's sex life is as closely watched as the giant pandas' is. And there's a reason. These cuddly-looking black and white bears just can't figure out how to mate. But, with a little help from science, the once-endangered giant panda is making…
 
Manual processes are every finance organization’s kryptonite – slow, tedious, susceptible to errors and inaccuracies. But as Embarkers Adam Olsen, Zac Smith, and Hayden McHan discuss in this episode of Accounting Matters, Alteryx puts those issues to rest with automated efficiencies that your people, stakeholders, and auditors will all love. For mo…
 
To many new investors, vacant land is one of the most misunderstood and overlooked opportunities. In this episode, we'll be discussing why exactly vacant land can make such a great investment and we'll be addressing the top three most common concerns new investors have with vacant land. ⬇️ Helpful Resources ⬇️ Join The Tax Sale Academy here: http:/…
 
We’re hard at work producing the next season of Sidedoor, but just in case you can’t get enough Smithsonian podcasts we’re sharing a special guest episode of Portraits, from the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery. In this episode, grassroots organizer Dolores Huerta talks about how she took on the status quo (in a wrinkled sweater) during the …
 
The S&G sides of ESG – social & governance – might not get the same headlines as that E, but wield just as mighty a sword as their environmental cousin. So join Embarkers Adam Olsen, Sarah Cage Richter, Robby Sundberg, Fabian Garavito, and Caroline Willet for a closer look at these less-heralded but oh-so-important parts of your organization’s ESG …
 
We’re hard at work producing the next season of Sidedoor, but just in case you can’t get enough Smithsonian podcasts, we’re sharing a special guest episode of Collected, from the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. In this first episode of the series, co-hosts Dr. Crystal Moten and Dr. Krystal Klingenberg discuss the multiple definit…
 
Join Embarkers Adam Olsen, Sarah Cage Richter, Chase Anderson, and Jana Gregory for a look at the current SPAC market, where it’s been trending lately, and how the proposed disclosure requirements from the SEC would impact reporting at the IPO and de-SPAC stages. For more information on SPACs: SPACs: What's a Special Purpose Acquisition Company? Pr…
 
As the Tax Sale Guy, I hear "but" all the time. But . . . what about this or what about that? Often times these are business related questions that revolve around seemingly difficult logistics or competition related issues. Other times they're seemingly moral issues that revolve around delinquent tax payers. After 20 years in business, I've seen an…
 
Join Embarkers Adam Olsen, Sarah Cage Richter, Caroline Willet, and Robby Sundberg for a deeper dive into the SEC’s proposed rules regarding ESG, existing reporting frameworks and guidelines, and a look at non-emission related ESG reporting matters as well. For more information on ESG: Why ESG Is So Important to Your Organization's Future SEC Respo…
 
So you've bought a Tax Sale Property. Now it's time to deal with title clouds. Should you perform a Suit to Quiet Title, Tax Foreclosure Certification OR just sell it with the as-is title? In today's episode we'll be discussing this issue and we'll provide our suggestion on what works best! ⬇️ Helpful Resources ⬇️ Join The Tax Sale Academy here: ht…
 
We’re hard at work producing the next season of Sidedoor, but just in case you can’t get enough Smithsonian podcasts, we’re sharing a special guest episode of AirSpace, from the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum. This story is about a truly intoxicating period of American history – Prohibition! In this episode of AirSpace, you’ll learn ho…
 
Sometimes we just don't know what is good for us. A interesting take of the need of Bullies for the development of leaders. What is it that makes us great??? Is it an easy no confrontational life or is it the trial and tribulation that we work through. A great discussion not matter your position. Tune in. Nuclear thinking Redneck Wisdom Oh boy Have…
 
Anytime you enter a new business or venture you'll face some unexpected issues. Sometimes these issues are big enough that they can derail your entire plan. I've seen countless people dive head first into the tax sale world only to face one unexpected issue and decide it's not for them. In this week's podcast episode, we'll be discussing what you s…
 
Join Embarkers Adam Olsen, Sarah Cage Richter, Caroline Willet, and Fabian Garavito for a dive into the “E” in ESG – environmental. It’s a new reality for organizations, one where metrics on greenhouse gas emissions and sustainability initiatives step into the reporting spotlight, making this episode a must-listen for companies strategizing their E…
 
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