Above the Clouds

It’s not personal, it’s business- Maximizing Your Business Travel Deductions

Jul 20, 2017

Who wouldn’t want their travel to be tax-deductible? Here’s the basics of the rule: If your trip is primarily for your business, then it is tax-deductible. If it’s not primarily for your business, it’s not tax-deductible. Sorry, but unfortunately your personal trips are not tax-deductible for your real estate business. Well, like we said, if […]

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Strategies to Use Suspended Passive Losses from Rental Real Estate

Feb 19, 2017

If you have a rental portfolio, there’s a good chance that you have passive losses. If you’re above a certain income threshold, you likely have suspended passive losses. And if you’re not using a CPA well-versed in real estate taxation, you’ve probably been told that there’s nothing you can do about these suspended passive losses. 

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2017 Guide to Upgrading Your Accounting System

Jan 13, 2017

We’re a week into 2017 which means you’ve thought about or already set your New Year’s resolutions. Because you are in the business or real estate industry, you’ve likely heard, and potentially subscribed to, the fact that many New Year’s resolutions fall flat. Today I’m going to help you set in motion changes to your […]

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How to Analyze a New Market for Your Rental Property Investing

Nov 5, 2016

The best perk about being comfortable with investing at a distance is that you can easily analyze new markets without ever leaving your seat. Or beach chair if that’s more your thing. On top of that, you can connect with agents, place offers, and go under contract before you even see the property. Today’s technology […]

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Have a Large 401(k)? Consider a ROBS

Jul 11, 2016

Real estate investing requires capital. If you don’t have much available, a ROBS might solve your problem. This article analyzes a ROBS strategy.