Posts Tagged ‘personal taxes’

Personal Tax Season 2020: Getting Ready

Posted on: March 21st, 2021 by Real Estate Accountants
Row of apartment buildings. Listen in on the video series that talks all this real estate with Peter Cuttini and George Dube

Learn how you can get ready for the 2020 personal tax season. Watch as George Dube and Colton Hoekstra of BDO Canada go over the best way for real estate investors, and those in related real estate businesses, can for the 2020 personal tax season.

Episode 12: Determining the Right Structure for Your Real Estate Business

Posted on: February 24th, 2021 by Real Estate Accountants
Row of apartment buildings. Listen in on the video series that talks all this real estate with Peter Cuttini and George Dube

In Episode 12 of our Talking Real Estate with Peter and George video series, George Dube and Peter Cuttini cover different cases for real estate businesses, and how those cases can affect the structure you set up to be optimized for tax savings and protection. To learn more or to get help with your tax […]

6 tips for real estate investors to make tax season pain-free

Posted on: February 28th, 2016 by Real Estate Accountants 1 Comment

As a real estate investor, the time has come to cast your thoughts back to the past year, and work with your real estate accountant to get your personal taxes completed on time. But, are you sure that you are getting all possible deductions that are reasonable? Do you understand the implications for capital cost allowance […]

Home office expenses: What can I deduct?

Posted on: October 10th, 2013 by Real Estate Accountants
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“I have heard from my real estate investor friends that I can deduct part of my home as home office expenses. What’s the real story behind this?” This is a common question from our clients. Generally speaking home office expenses are deductible if you can demonstrate that they directly relate to the rental operation. The […]