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Effective Tax rate
In Rental Losses
to fund acquisions
Reduced their tax liability
the following year
“Before engaging our firm for tax planning, Joe, a successful Dentist had federal tax liability of $174,000 and an effective tax rate of 24.4%. Through our advisory service we identified that Joe could significantly reduce his tax bills by strategically acquiring short-term rental properties. With our guidance he acquired two short-term rentals and was able to reduce his federal tax liability to only $43,000 and effective rate to only 5.56% the following year. Joe plans to continue using this strategy to minimize his tax liability each year.”
“Larry, a successful sales representive earned several million dollars in the year he engaged our firm for tax planning. With our guidance, Larry acquired a luxury short-term rental property and was able to reduce his tax liability by over $124,000. ”
“Rachael was a successful doctor and Ross was transitioning into full-time investor when they started working with us. Through our guidance, Ross gained confidence and clarity that qualifying as a real estate professional was in reach and transitioned into a successful full-time investor and agent. After acquiring and managing several rental properties they were about to generate over $315,000 in rental losses from there properties, take an IRA distribution of over $50,000 to fund acquisitions, and still reduce their tax liability by over $62,000 from the following year.”
Hall CPA PLLC, real estate CPAs and advisors, helped me save $37,818 on taxes by recommending and assisting with a cost segregation study. With strategic multifamily rehab and the $2,500 de minimus safe harbor plus cost segregation, taxes on my real estate have been non-existent for a few years (and that includes offsetting large capital gains from the sale of property).