Posts Tagged ‘real estate investors’

Minimizing the tax implications for a seller to get a property deal working

Posted on: August 3rd, 2015 by Real Estate Accountants No Comments
For Sale

How can we minimize the tax implications to a seller of a property in order to make the deal work for them? To start, you can offer to pay the vendor less to save them taxes! Presumably the vendor will not be keen on this idea, so you’ll need a little creativity. Sometimes, creativity will […]

Pros and Cons: Property management corporations for real estate investors

Posted on: April 21st, 2015 by Real Estate Accountants No Comments
Property Management Corporations

We often get requests to set up a property management company for our real estate investor clients, even when they only manage properties that they own. Before leaping head first into creating the company, we examine the reasons for the company, and review the pros and cons of setting up the management company. We were […]

Analyzing your Financial Statements

Posted on: March 15th, 2015 by Real Estate Accountants No Comments
Analyzing your Financial Statements - REIN Real Estate Report

Analyzing the numbers is a key skill if you’re a business owner, and real estate investors are no different. Learning how to read the numbers on your financial statements, and apply those to business decisions, is the focus of our article in the Real Estate Investment Network’s February REIN Real Estate Report. Read the full article here: […]

The Smith Manoeuvre: Making “bad” interest “good”

Posted on: July 4th, 2014 by Real Estate Accountants No Comments
Good interest

One of the largest expenses we have tends to be the mortgage on our home. Following traditional rules, we are limited to deducting at best a small percentage of the interest where we use a home office for business purposes. However, using non-traditional planning, we are able to deduct potentially 100% of the interest costs. […]