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Benefits of Cost Segregation

Cost Segregation is a commonly used strategy that allows real estate investors who have built, purchased, or remodeled real estate to increase cash flow by accelerating depreciation deductions and deferring state and federal income taxes. Learn how to get the most from your investments!

Trick, treat or terrific tax break …

Late filers in the U.S. just got finished assessing last year’s tax damages.  For some, it was a pre-Halloween shocker. Fortunately, there’s still some time left in the current year to make some smart moves and take advantage of some of the most generous tax breaks available to investors … First, consider setting up a Qualified …

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02/22/15: New Tax Regulations Every Real Estate Investor Must Know

02/22/15: New Tax Regulations Every Real Estate Investor Must Know

It’s said the only things which are certain are death and taxes. We think this could be modified to DEBT and taxes….especially when you consider the relationship between the two.  BUT…we’ll put our tin-foil hats in our lead cased fire-proof safe and focus on the tax…er, task…at hand. We were out in the Phoenix area …

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8/19/12: Surviving the Fiscal Cliff – Ramifications for Real Estate Investors

8/19/12: Surviving the Fiscal Cliff – Ramifications for Real Estate Investors

What do the ancient Mayans and today’s financial pundits have in common? They both predict doomsday at the end of 2012. Perhaps you’ve heard about “taxmageddon” and the “fiscal cliff” the U.S. economy is headed toward? It’s when the expiration of Bush-era tax cuts converge with across the board spending cuts effective January 1st, 2013. …

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10/2/11: Zero Tax! Deductions and Benefits that Matter Most to Real Estate Investors

10/2/11: Zero Tax! Deductions and Benefits that Matter Most to Real Estate Investors

Active real estate investors should NEVER pay tax on their cash flow or gains..EVER!  So says CPA Tom Wheelwright, our hero with a zero (taxes that is) and Rich Dad’s tax advisor to Robert Kiyosaki. And unless you’re Warren Buffett, we’re guessing you’d probably rather pay LESS tax than more. Maybe when we’re multi-mega-billionaires like …

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