Those who deal with enormous amounts of data coming to them from multiple sources are at the risk of various attacks, including people in the real estate industry.
Coming from a year where the United States’ unemployment rate peaked at 14.7% in April, businesses are having trouble staying afloat. And, many real estate owners are having trouble filling vacant commercial units.
You’ve probably heard that investing in Commercial Real Estate (“CRE”) can be lucrative, and you are right. It can be even more lucrative if you are able to identify and purchase commercial real estate at foreclosure prices.
Over 9% of the businesses in the United States are burglarized each year.
The real estate business is among the best ways to build wealth.
Commercial real estate ranks high on many people’s wish lists for a good reason. It is a profitable endeavor! However, if you want to purchase a commercial property, it’s essential to consider that larger profits could mean increased responsibility, too. Meaning – do your homework. Know what you are getting into. Here are a few […]
We had the opportunity to sit down with Trevor McCandless from Fusion CPA, where we talked about accounting, tax planning, and closing out the year. The session was targeted at real estate owners.
As we maneuver through the holiday season, we encourage business owners not to lose sight of the importance of tax planning.
While real estate deals are often quite complex and have many different factors, the actual accounting isn’t nearly as complicated as it seems. We break it down here. There are two key questions to ask yourself first in order to do the accounting properly for your real estate business. Define the Purpose of Your Real […]
If you had a tax refund coming, would you tell the IRS to keep it for 39 years?