Posts Tagged ‘bookkeeping’

4 tips to reduce taxes and stress for the New Year

Posted on: January 12th, 2016 by Real Estate Accountants No Comments
New year - less stress, less tax

Now that 2016 is off to a great start, the time is perfect to take a few moments and review some of the basics of your foundation as a real estate investor and business owner. Getting back to basics can save you time, money, taxes, and stress, and a good real estate accountant can help. Here are […]

Resolution to purge the paper?

Posted on: March 22nd, 2015 by Real Estate Accountants No Comments
Purging paper and shredding old records

One of our frequently asked questions is “when can I get rid of all this paper?” Great questions, and one where you need to know the rules before getting into trouble with CRA. We were pleased to be featured in the Real Estate Investment Network’s January REIN Real Estate Report, where we answered this very […]

Q&A: How do I record the equity value in my real estate in my bookkeeping?

Posted on: June 26th, 2013 by Real Estate Accountants No Comments

Q: How do I record the equity value in my real estate in my bookkeeping? I paid $200,000 10 years ago and now the market value is double that amount but there is nothing in my books to indicate this value. I’d like my bookkeeping to reflect the true market value of my properties. A: […]

The importance of proper reporting: Raising Capital Interview

Posted on: June 11th, 2012 by Real Estate Accountants No Comments

Properly reporting to both your investors, and the CRA, is a key aspect of any real estate investment business. Making sure that you are properly handling the accounting and tax issues that arise when dealing in joint ventures is critical to your success. Recently, Russell Westcott, of the Real Estate Investment Network (REIN), sat down with […]