On today’s podcast, we’re talking with John Briggs, founder and CEO of Incite Tax. John graduated from Brigham Young University with a Master of Accountancy in Tax. He worked on corporate taxes and trusts in Orange County, Calif., with Deloitte & Touche, one of the four largest national accounting firms.
With his educational background and work experience at Deloitte, John took a position as Controller for a Dish Network door-to-door sales company located in Provo, UT. With Incite, John and his team help clients take action with taxes and cash flow so they can grow their wealth.
John believes the “IRS sucks,” is greedy and is not using your tax dollars very well. He works to put more of his clients’ hard earned cash in their pockets.
During our discussion, John also shares:
- Why he was bullied as a kid, and how it impacted him
- Why he thinks the “IRS sucks”
- What to do if you get a “nasty gram” from the IRS
- Why he became an entrepreneur
- How he handles work-life balance
- How he grows his company and grows individually
- What advice he has for new entrepreneurs
The full episode can be heard using the audio player above and utilize the timestamps below to jump to a specific topic. Thanks for listening!
[1:09] – Businesses
[4:15] – Anti-tax
[6:40] – Scary IRS letters
[11:40] – Entrepreneurship
[16:47] – Work-life balance
[23:07] – Personal development
[28:20] – Making an impact
[33:32] – Company culture
[38:42] – Employees
[39:37] – Dream gifts
[40:26] – New entrepreneurs
[44:26] – Contact John
“We’re definitely very open about how much we think the IRS sucks.”