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Real Estate Installment Sales Explained

Real estate installment sales are a great way to purchase property, especially if you don’t have the cash available upfront. In an installment sale, you agree to buy a property over time, usually by making monthly payments. This can be

Tax Advice

Should Teenagers Invest in a Roth IRA?

A Roth IRA is an individual retirement account that offers tax-free growth and tax-free withdrawals in retirement. For most people, a Roth IRA is the best option for saving for retirement. But is it the right choice for teenagers?

There

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How to Materially Participate to Deduct Rental Property Tax Losses

A big question for many is how to materially participate to deduct rental property tax losses. It’s a common question, and rightfully so. If a rental property has tax losses, naturally, an individual will want to be able to have

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Tax Advice

Last Minute Tax Tips to Implement by December 31st

2020 is wrapping up quickly, and if you want to get some good news from the IRS come next April 15th, the time to prepare and strategize is now.

Since time is of the essence, I encourage you to contact

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Don’t Overlook The Home Office Expense

With the COVID-19 pandemic, more Americans are working from home than ever.

And we’re adapting our living spaces into workspaces accordingly, even taking some extra room for our business use.

That’s ok, right?

Actually, Section 280A(c) of the IRS code

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Tax Planning

Rental Income & The IRS: A Summary Of Tax Advantages

If you own rental properties or real estate investments, you should be well informed about the tax consequences.

If you own rental properties or real estate investments, you should be well informed about the tax consequences.

In fact, real estate

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Tax Advice

10 Tax Deductions for Real Estate Agents & Realtors in 2022

Just about every real estate agent I know is incredibly busy these days, as record-low interest rates, a swell of buyer demand, and a considerable shift from city to suburbs is driving a housing market boom.

But, let’s face it,

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Tax Advice

Deducting Bad Debt

There are times in life when you lend someone money. Unfortunately, there are nearly as many times that they don’t pay you back. But all is not lost if you can't collect on a debt you're owed, as the IRS

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