When the leader of the free world, excuse me. When Brandon Turner, the leader of the financial freedom movement known as BiggerPockets, calls you out on your own closed facebook group [ Real Estate Investing for the W2 Employee] to write a blog entry on something I shared...you kind of just have to. A little background: … Continue reading How to Successfully Appeal Property Tax Value
First things first, I'm not a CPA or tax attorney and this or any post should not be considered legal nor accounting advice 🙂 But if you've bought or sold real estate in the past year, either for yourself or as an investor, you'll need to make sure the good ol' IRS knows what you're … Continue reading Tax Season: How Real Estate Can Affect Your Tax Return
Divorce can be messy, from a financial standpoint. It can also be very stressful, and can take some time to complete. With that in mind, there are often nuances and subtleties that people overlook. One of these issues is capital gains tax on divorce settlements that include a real estate transaction. For example, many people … Continue reading Capital Gains Tax on Divorce Settlement including a Real Estate Transaction: Who Pays?