Many investors start out using their personal CPA to prepare taxes for their real estate activities. Some find out years later that their
longstanding CPA overlooked tax benefits costing them thousands.
Not all tax preparers are tax strategizers.
Every accountant knows about depreciation, utilities, travel, management fees, advertising, repairs, mortgage interest, and property
taxes. But what about cost segregation, sec. 179, the disability access credit, 1031 exchanges, lease options, CAM, energy credits,
rehab credits, and seller financing?
The biggest opportunities for savings are often the first and last year a property is held. We’ll help you start off right with the
end in mind and a plan in hand.