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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Form 2220 Includes

Instructions and Help about Form 2220 Includes

I met with a new client a few days ago in Calabasas. Over lunch, he asked me to share some prison parlance or something specific that I heard in prison. I said okay, I can do that. I said to him, "Six months to the house." He said, "Well, what does that mean?" I said, "Six months to the house." He said, "Okay, what does IRA mean?" I said, "Let me say for a third time, what does six months to the house seem like?" He's like, "I don't know, tell me." I said, "Alright, six months to the halfway house." Something I frequently heard in prison were men saying that they would get started, whether it would be exercise, reading, writing, studying, building a business, connecting with their network, whatever, when they had six months to the house. And of course, the idea where the facts were by then, if they had waited that long, they were never going to get started. There was no getting to the house, so to speak. And I frequently said, "What you do those first hours inside of a federal prison will set the tone for the whole journey." And that's what I'm gonna talk about today for a few minutes. Disclosure: I'm filming this from my home office. I got kids, it's crazy. It could get loud. My daughter could run in. She's awesome. Don't know how she feels about being on film, but let's see how this goes. This is an important subject. So, I lectured at USC on September 14th. Was this the September 25th? September 14th. One hundred and twenty-fifth time I've lectured at USC since September of 2009. Pretty cool, welcome going back to my alma mater. My book, "Ethics in Motion," remains required reading in the accounting...