Interested in investment property tax strategies? This is a MUST read for any real estate investor. Whether you are planning for retirement, looking for better passive income deals or simply trying to lower your income taxes – this guide is for you.
Many of our clients were unaware that you can contribute up to $66,000 tax-deductible to a SEP-IRA retirement plan…or that by strategizing the timing of flipping a property, could avoid paying taxes on the gain…or that there are investment vehicles that qualify for a 1031 exchange and are a syndication type investment in leveraged, real property. These are just a few of the investment property tax strategies for real estate investors we're able to help clients with.
Regardless of where you are at in your real estate investing journey (totally new to investing and tax strategies for real estate, this is for you too!), there's always room for improvement in how you're managing and growing your real estate investments and strategizing for taxes.
Most investors know, exposure to real estate in a financial portfolio provides opportunities to grow net worth. In America, there are basically two tax systems: one for those in the know, and one for those not in the know. What you don’t know CAN hurt you.
Towerpoint Wealth Management President Joseph Eschleman and Associate Wealth Advisor Megan M. Miller recently presented "The 9 Tax Planning Secrets Real Estate Investors Wish They Had Known" to the West Sacramento Real Estate Investment Meet Up group. Here is a recap of the presentation, and the nine tax saving strategies for real estate investors.
Are you a real estate investor? Would you like to learn how to reduce and minimize the income taxes you pay on your real estate portfolio? Join our Associate Wealth Advisor, Megan Miller, and President, Joseph F. Eschleman, CIMA®, as they discuss how to better manage the tax liability of your real estate investing!
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