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Home Office Tax Deductions in the 2020 Pandemic

By Brian Kline | March 18, 2021
After everything that we went through in 2020, you might think that working from home entitles you to a generous home office deduction on your 2020 IRS Tax Return. But that is only going to happen for some of the people who are expecting it. According to the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research, nearly […]
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Top 4 Ways to Cut The Inheritance Tax

By Jamie Richardson | April 27, 2020
When a person dies, their closest family not only has to cope with their loss but also to deal with a lot of formalities. For example, they need to take care of the probate advance and the inheritance tax.  An inheritance tax should be properly distinguished from an estate tax, according to the international tax […]
Real Estate Investing

2019 Year End Tax Savings Tips for Real Estate Investors

By Brian Kline | November 17, 2019
Don’t just think of tax time as a few weeks in April. Of course, you should work on tax savings all year long but the end of the year can have the most impact for investors, landlords, property owners, and vacation property owners. There are actions you want to take before December 31 that you’ll […]
US Real Estate

Seattle considers tax on Uber and Lyft to fund affordable housing

By Mike Wheatley | September 25, 2019
Lawmakers in Seattle are considering imposing a 51-cent tax on ride-sharing companies such as Uber and Lyft, which would be used to finance new affordable housing and transportation projects. The proposed new tax, which still needs to be approved by the City Council, would come into effect next July, the Seattle Times reported. Seattle Mayor […]
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Home Office Tax Deductions

By Brian Kline | February 13, 2019
It’s not only real estate agents and investors that frequently work from home. According to the latest numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 24% of employed people now do some or all of their work at home. If you're eligible, a home office deduction can save you big bucks at tax time. Your home office […]
US Real Estate

Tax Season - Hiring a CPA

By Brian Kline | January 9, 2019
You’re probably fully aware of the major tax code changes that congress enacted in 2017 that took effect in 2018. As a real estate investor, you should have made changes to your tax strategy at the beginning of last year but if you didn’t now is the time to take action. This may be the […]
Property taxes are highest in New Jersey and New York
Commercial Real Estate

Important Changes to Your 2018 Commercial Real Estate Tax Strategy

By Brian Kline | October 12, 2018
As you would expect, the tax changes that took effect in 2018 are different for commercial real estate than for residential. Residential related changes were previously highlighted in the article “Have You Updated Your 2018 Tax Strategy?” Here, we take a look at significant changes that commercial investors need to be aware of with insight […]
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