Posts Tagged ‘CCA’

7 must-read tax season tips for real estate investors

Posted on: January 24th, 2017 by Real Estate Accountants 4 Comments

As a real estate investor, what should your real estate accountant be advising you about for the 2016 tax season, and the coming of 2017? We previously published this post last year, but with changes that have occurred in 2016, we thought it was worth reviewing, and updating with the latest information. 1) NEW for 2016: Principal […]

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 […]

CCA – Creating a loss on a rental property? Not so fast

Posted on: November 26th, 2015 by Real Estate Accountants

To claim capital cost allowance (CCA) or not claim to CCA is one of the perennial questions we receive as real estate accountants. Aside from the debate about whether or not to claim CCA, some specific rules exist about when you can and can’t claim it. (For details on CCA itself, see Claiming capital cost allowance […]