We understand the pressures of the home purchase market, and the difficulty of balancing accounting with sales goals while balancing family and personal life. We make it easy through automation and our specific knowledge of your business.
When should you become an LLC, or S-Corp? What strategy will help you specifically save on taxes? We can answer all these questions with a simple no cost discovery session.
Most real estate agents and brokers receive income in the form of commissions from sales transactions. You’re generally not considered an employee under federal tax guidelines, but rather a self-employed sole proprietor, even if you’re an agent or broker working for a real estate brokerage firm. This self-employed status allows you to deduct many of the expenses you incur in your real estate sales or property management activities. Careful record keeping and knowing your eligible write-offs are key to getting all of the tax deductions you’re entitled to.
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