“House hacking,” i.e. renting out part of your primary residence, is a great way to cover your mortgage and build wealth. But beware the tax implications!
Author Brandon Hall
Here’s how the proposed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R.1) will affect your real estate business and how you invest in the future.
The BRRRR method maximizes use of capital, but can actually be a poor tax strategy. Here’s how one investor suggests improving the tried and true method.
Being a CPA allows you to network with many successful investors and business owners. Learn some amazing wealth-building lessons from one CPA here!
If your income reaches a level where it threatens to affect all the great tax benefits real estate has to offer, does that mean it’s time to scale back?
Time and time again, I see people asking tax questions and receiving conflicting answers. Today, I’m dispelling tax myths related to real estate investors.
Investors are often told that they should DEFINITELY use corporations to hold their rentals or that they should definitely NOT use them. Here’s the truth.
Today, let’s bust the myth that 529 plans are great college savings tools. Here’s a superior method only real estate investors & business owners can use.
More than anything else, your time is valuable. So how do you know if tasks are worthy of your most precious asset? Find out how to calculate it here!
Thinking about pulling money out of your 401(k) to invest in real estate? It’s probably way too costly—and here are the numbers to prove it.
If your goals are to increase family time & decrease work time, you need to make sure your investment strategy & decisions actually align with those goals.
The IRS allows depreciation expense to be written off — so how do you best handle this perk? Learn exactly how to use this tax-saving calculation here!