This is a guest post from our friends over at Sense Financial. You can check them out here: https://www.sensefinancial.com/ See Part I here: https://www.therealestatecpa.com/2017/10/19/invest-real-estate-retirement-funds/ “Real estate cannot be lost or stolen, nor can it be carried away. Purchased with common sense, paid in full, and managed with reasonable care, it is about the safest investment in the […]
This is a guest post from our friends over at Sense Financial. You can check them out here: https://www.sensefinancial.com/ “Don’t wait to buy real estate. Buy real estate and wait.” ~ Will Rogers, Actor As an asset class, real estate enjoys a history unlike any other modern investments, dating back centuries. In the good old times, […]
House flipping can be one of the most profitable and popular forms of real estate investing. There’s a reason why flips are one of the most popular genres of TV. According to a recent report by ATTOM Data Solutions, the percentage of house sales that were flips doubled between 2015 and 2016, and was at […]
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 […]
Real estate investors are always asking what expenses landlords can deduct. Because the answer to that question can quite literally be endless, we often tell our clients to record everything. For those expenses that our clients are unsure about, we ask them to create an “ask my accountant” category or account in their bookkeeping solution which […]
Anyone who owns property wants to shell out as little to the IRS as possible come tax time. Do you also want to go a little green? Maybe reduce your month to month energy costs too (always, right)? The 179D tax deduction was made for you! Here, the real estate tax experts at The Real […]
The tax code is so darn complicated that mistakes are bound to happen. In most cases, folks who are using big box software brands to self-prepare their tax returns feel that the software adequately meets their needs. But boy do things change once one enters the world of alternative asset investing, especially when it comes to […]
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.
You’re a savvy investor. You’ve just turned one of your rental units and are ready to place a new tenant. A friend of yours mentions how well they have done with short term rentals so you figure you’ll turn to a popular platform and give it a try. AirBnB, VRBO, and Homeaway make it extremely easy […]
Big news coming out of D.C.! I was on the BP podcast and it just released today. A link to it is provided below. I hope you enjoy and feel free to email me with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.