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Rental Property Tax Deductions
 
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Rental Property Tax Deductions My mentor in real estate investing once said "if you invest in real estate and you're paying taxes then you're doing it wrong." In this video we are walking through ten tax deductions that you can take today if you're a real estate investor. VIDEOS ABOUT GETTING STARTED IN REAL ESTATE https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZdhTWJ6Yawp1LPllyyeQho_ouMhrbOy6 VIDEOS ABOUT REAL ESTATE NEWS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZdhTWJ6Yawp7aUQgMPmAanHSYgP-UI0i SUBSCRIBE AND JOIN OUR AWESOME COMMUNITY: https://www.youtube.com/c/MorrisInvest BOOK A CALL WITH OUR TEAM TODAY AT MORRIS INVEST: http://www.morrisinvest.com LISTEN TO THE PODCAST: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/investing-in-real-estate-clayton/id1115024566?mt=2 FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/claytonmorris Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MorrisInvest Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/claytonmorris
Views: 89681 Morris Invest
The 7 BEST Tax Write-Offs when Investing in Real Estate!
 
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Here are my 7 favorite tax write offs when it comes to owning real estate or investment property and a few examples of how each of them apply. Enjoy! Feel free to add me on Snapchat / Instagram: GPStephan Owning real estate is much more than just owning a cash producing property that provides monthly profits, what makes it really unique against almost every other investment is the tax write offs associated with it. In real estate, a return could be calculated in so many different ways besides “I get $1000 per month in rent.” What makes real estate really special is that you could often make money every month, but on paper show a loss…and this cancels out your tax obligation. Here are some of the tax write offs that make real estate a phenomenal investment. 1. Mortgage interest write off - On an investment property, the interest that you pay on your mortgage is a write off against your rental income. On a primary residence, the mortgage interest on the first $750,000 could also be a write off, potentially saving thousands in owed taxes. 2. Property taxes - This is another deduction you can write off against your rental and personal income. As a primary residence, you’re allowed to deduct the first $10,000 of your property tax against your personal income As an investment property, you can still deduct 100% of your property taxes against your rental income. 3. Depreciation - This is what often leads you to be positive in your bank account each month, but on paper you could show a loss, lowering the amount you’d pay taxes on. With rental property, you’re allowed to depreciate the asset over a certain period of time. Cost segregation analysis can sometimes speed this dramatically. However, keep in mind that because you’re depreciating a property, eventually the tax you depreciate will need to be paid at the time of sale if you DON’T 1031 it, so it’s not a tax avoidance entirely, but this works great if you plan to keep the home as a rental or eventually do a 1031 exchange later on. 4. 1031 exchange. This is a very popular real estate tax benefit that almost every real estate investor uses. This means that you can sell your property and “Exchange” it for a like property of similar or greater value without paying taxes at the time of the same sale. This is how many people can buy and sell millions without ever paying capital gains taxes, as long as they don’t sell and continue 1031 exchanging properties. 5. Capital gains exclusion on a primary residence: As long as you’ve lived in the home for 2 of the last 5 years, you can sell a your primary residence up to $250,000 HIGHER than you bought it for if you’re single, or $500,000 if you’re married, without owning capital gains tax. 6. Cash out refinance - When used against a rental property, you can refinance the extra equity in the property and pull out the profits tax free. Even though this is technically a loan you have to pay back, you’re borrowing from the existing equity and using that money without paying taxes on the money that hit your account. This gets a little more complicated as a primary residence, but on a rental, this is a huge advantage because the new mortgage you pay on the amount pulled out counts against your rental income…so you can use this money for pretty much whatever you want, hopefully just to re-invest. 7. Finally, rental property income is not taxed as self employment income, which carries a 15.3% self employment tax (not fun). But keep in mind this is also dependent on how you hold the property and specific ways you’re treating your income. Disclosure: I am not a tax consultant or CPA. These are just a few tax advantages I have used myself and I have simplified these significantly for purposes of explaining them on YouTube. Check with your own accountant or CPA because every situation is going to be unique. For business inquiries or one-on-one real estate investing/real estate agent consulting or coaching, you can reach me at [email protected] Suggested reading: The Millionaire Real Estate Agent: http://goo.gl/TPTSVC Your money or your life: https://goo.gl/fmlaJR The Millionaire Real Estate Investor: https://goo.gl/sV9xtl How to Win Friends and Influence People: https://goo.gl/1f3Meq Think and grow rich: https://goo.gl/SSKlyu Awaken the giant within: https://goo.gl/niIAEI The Book on Rental Property Investing: https://goo.gl/qtJqFq Favorite Credit Cards: Chase Sapphire Reserve - https://goo.gl/sT68EC American Express Platinum - https://goo.gl/C9n4e3
Views: 12831 Graham Stephan
How Does Your Investment Property Reduce Your Tax?
 
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How Does Your Investment Property Reduce Your Tax? Right. How does an investment property reduce your tax? Let’s say we own the property up here on the top right of the slide. Worth $500,000, it’s got a $450,000 loan on it, and a 5% interest rate. It’s renting for $500 a week, or $26,000 per year. On the left-hand side, we have the Australian tax brackets. And you can see there the first bracket is $18,200, the second 37, 87, 180, and you can see the percentages. Now, let’s say we have a job where we earn $100,000 a year. Now, our employer pays tax on our behalf on the assumption that we’re only going to earn $100,000 a year. So, some money’s been paid to the tax office for that. However, when we have an investment property, the rent we get from a property is actually added to our taxable income. So, at this point in time, we actually haven’t paid enough tax, so unless we make some claims against it, we’re going to have a tax bill not a tax return. But of course, we’ve got plenty of things we can claim. We can claim the loan interest. We can claim the rates. We can claim rental management fees and insurance. Now, all of these things are what we call cash deductions, which means money has to physically leave our bank account in return for getting a third of it back, or 37% back in this case. But there’s one thing that really makes all the difference to property investing and to making sure your properties pay for themselves, and it’s a little magic thing called depreciation. Now, depreciation is what we call a non-cash deduction, or an on-paper deduction. What does it actually mean? Well, the building you are sitting in now is theoretically going down in value. The carpets are going down in value, the curtains are going down in value. Different parts of it are going down in value. But of course, in real life, it’s not. In real life, that property is going up in value or staying the same. Rarely going down in value. But the government allows us to write off the depreciating value of a building. Now, the magic here is that we get to claim this money on tax without actually spending any money from our bank account. This in turn drives our on-paper assessment right down into the red, but in real terms, the cash in and out of our account is not in the red at all. So, lets analyse what we’ve got here. So, our taxable income went up to $126,000, and then came down to $83,000. But we paid tax on $100,000. Therefore, we now are entitled to a tax return. If we paid tax on $100,000 but our revised taxable income is $83,000, then $16,450 of income we paid tax on that we shouldn’t have. So, we should get that back. The refund would therefore be, the first $13,000 would be at 37%, and the balance of that money would be at 32.5% because of where it crosses the line at the $87,000 threshold. So, we would get a tax return against that property of $5,931 in theory. Now, that makes a massive, massive difference. If we’re getting back over $5,000 on a property for depreciation, then that’s about $100 a week. And if we’re getting an extra $100 a week back from our property, on top of a $500 per week rent, well that depreciation is making a 20% increase in the total return that that property gets back. And this can be the difference between a successfully positive cash flow property and a negative cash flow property. Now, ask yourself this question: how many properties can you own that have to put $100 a week or more of your own money into? visit our website: http://www.integritypropertyinvestment.com.au Legal Disclaimer: This information ('the information') is presented for illustrative and educational purposes only. It is not presented nor should it be treated as real estate advice, legal advice, investment advice, or tax advice. All investments involve risk and potential loss of money. If you require advice in any of these fields you should contact a suitably qualified professional to assist and advise you. Your personal individual financial circumstances must be taken into account before you make any investment decision. We urge you to do this in conjunction with a suitably qualified professional. Daimien Patterson, Integrity Property Investor Services, and their associated trading names, companies, researchers, authorised distributors and licensees, employees and speakers do not guarantee your past, present or future investment results whether based on this information or otherwise. Daimien Patterson, Integrity Property Investor Services and their associated trading names, companies, researchers, authorised distributors and licensees, employees and speakers disclaim all liability for your purchase decisions. You should do your own independent due diligence and seek the advice of qualified advisors before making any investment decision.
The tax advantages of being a landlord | Rent Like a Pro
 
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Views: 29518 Rent Like A Pro
Do I Need an LLC for my Rental Property?
 
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Financial expert and CPA Mark Kohler provides his tax tip for managing rental properties.
Views: 14391 Entrepreneur
Capital Gains Tax on the Sale of Real Estate
 
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Have a 1031 exchange question you'd like addressed? Post it in the comments! A basic calculation of tax on the cash-out of an investment property of real estate and the potential to defer these taxes by reinvesting sales revenue into a 1031 like-kind exchange.
Views: 58978 Accruit
How landlords are taxed on rental income
 
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http://www.which.co.uk/money/tax/income-tax/guides/tax-on-property-and-rental-income/buy-to-let-mortgage-tax-relief-changes-explained?utm_campaign=video_money&utm_medium=video&utm_source=youtube_channel&utm_content=LandlordTax&utm_term=description You can reduce your tax bill as a landlord by deducting many of the expenses you incur when letting out a property. Find out how these work and what you can claim
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How To Avoid Capital Gains Tax (CGT) On Investment Property (Ep193)
 
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Capital Gains Tax (or CGT) can be very annoying because you have to pay massive amounts of tax on the growth you’re experiencing. So I want to talk about how to legally avoid CGT on investment property. Let’s go through the different exemptions that may apply to you: This cannot be taken as taxation advice and you should always seek the advice of a professional before you do any of this. This is going to help you for general education purposes only. ------------------------------------------- http://onproperty.com.au/193 - View the full transcription and audio version of this episode. http://onproperty.com.au/free - See real positive cash flow property listings
Views: 29314 On Property
5 Tax Saving Tips for Real Estate Investors
 
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http://www.freedommentor.com/real-estate-investment-taxes/ Here are 5 tax saving tips every real estate investor should know.
Views: 93290 Phil Pustejovsky
Tax Lien Investing Pros and Cons
 
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http://www.freedommentor.com/tax-lien-investing-pros-and-cons/ Discover the pros and cons of tax lien investing from the real world of real estate investing.
Views: 197673 Phil Pustejovsky
How To Buy Rental Properties To Save On Taxes
 
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How To Buy Rental Properties To Save On Taxes As we approach the end of the calendar year, many investors find themselves wanting to purchase more properties. Why? Because real estate investing is the best way to mitigate your overall tax burden! In this video, I’m sharing four ways that real estate investing can help you save on taxes. If you’re looking to save on your taxes, you’ll want to put your real estate goals in action before 2016 comes to a close. This isn’t some sort of trick, the tax code actually encourages entrepreneurship, and rental real estate is a fantastic way to reap those benefits. In this video, you can expect to learn four specific ways that rental real estate can help you save on your taxes. I’ll elaborate on how to take advantage of these tax incentives. Rental Property Depreciation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=co7tVaAVATw VIDEOS ABOUT GETTING STARTED IN REAL ESTATE https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZdhTWJ6Yawp1LPllyyeQho_ouMhrbOy6 VIDEOS ABOUT REAL ESTATE NEWS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZdhTWJ6Yawp7aUQgMPmAanHSYgP-UI0i SUBSCRIBE AND JOIN OUR AWESOME COMMUNITY: https://www.youtube.com/c/MorrisInvest
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How much tax can I get back from my investment property?
 
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It is possible to avoid paying tax! In this video Jason explains how it's you can get tax back from your investment property. Courtesy of AllianceCorp Property Experts Spoken by Jason Paetow To Learn More: Visit our FREE Guides page for more resources: https://www.alliancecorp.com.au/guides/ Follow us on: Website: https://www.alliancecorp.com.au/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PropertyWealthExperts/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alliancecorpaustralia/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/corp_alliance LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/alliancecorp-property-advisory/
Views: 944 AllianceCorp
How to Pay No Taxes Through Real Estate Legally - Depreciation - Capital Cost Allowance
 
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Stock Market Mastery Program: http://bit.ly/2hurfQO Podcast: http://chapplerei.com/pay-no-taxes-real-estate/ How to Pay No Taxes Through Real Estate Legally - Depreciation - Capital Cost Allowance Website! http://chapplerei.com (under construction) On Instagram! https://instagram.com/jack_chapple_real/ On Vine! https://vine.co/u/1176331971736293376 On Twitter! https://twitter.com/JackChappleSci On Faceook! https://www.facebook.com/ChappleREI/
Views: 10564 Jack Chapple
8 Tax Deductions for Real Estate Investors 2018
 
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8 Tax Deductions for Real Estate Investors 2018 My favorite tax accountant Tom Wheelwright likes to say, “if you’re a real estate investor and you’re paying taxes, then you’re doing it wrong.” One of the top benefits of real estate investing is the enormous overall implication on your tax burden. In this video, I’m sharing eight deductions your tax advisor should be accounting for. I’ll talk about expenses like travel, education, and much more. If you want to make sure you have all your bases covered in order to lower your taxes, this video is for you! You'll learn about eight specific deductions you should be looking for in order to offset your income and maximize your tax benefits. I'll talk about travel, depreciation, home office, and much more. Press play to learn about eight tax deductions for real estate investors! Show notes page for this episode: morrisinvest.com/episode225 ProVision Wealth Strategists: https://goo.gl/BPr1cK EP022: How to Maximize Depreciation - Interview with Tom Wheelwright: http://morrisinvest.com/episode22 EP109: How to Write off Date Night on Your Taxes: http://morrisinvest.com/episode109 EP202: How Your Kids Can Invest in Real Estate with an IRA: http://morrisinvest.com/episode202 Tom Krol Wholesaling: The Easiest and Fastest Way to Make Money in Real Estate: https://goo.gl/SB4cyY Home Office Deduction - IRS: https://goo.gl/Z9MmHV BOOK A CALL WITH OUR TEAM TODAY AT MORRIS INVEST: https://goo.gl/EbDRWj VIDEOS ABOUT GETTING STARTED IN REAL ESTATE https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZdhTWJ6Yawp1LPllyyeQho_ouMhrbOy6 VIDEOS ABOUT REAL ESTATE NEWS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZdhTWJ6Yawp7aUQgMPmAanHSYgP-UI0i SUBSCRIBE AND JOIN OUR AWESOME COMMUNITY: https://www.youtube.com/c/MorrisInvest SUBSCRIBE TO THE iTUNES PODCAST: iTunes: https://goo.gl/tSfSM8 FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/claytonmorris Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MorrisInvest Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/claytonmorris
Views: 55972 Morris Invest
Investment Rental Versus Owner Occupied house-Tax Treatment
 
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Two identical houses "For Sale", at same price, same long term hold. See how the "Owner Occupied" house and the "Investment rental" are treated Tax wise, when its time to sell. There is a big difference from the point of the listing contract thru to the closing of the deal.
Tax Write-Offs for Rental Property
 
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In video we go over a list of tax write-offs and deductions you can take advantage of when you own rental property!
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The Tax Advantages of Real Estate
 
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Real Estate tax advantages - earned income vs investment income. If you want to get rich, you have to commit to creating wealth, not making money. 1) Commit You will never become wealthy if you don’t commit to becoming wealthy. There are people that become rich by accident, but no one becomes wealthy by accident. 2) Job/Income A lot of you are hating on jobs. How are you going to get someone to work for you if you believe in a 4 hour work week? It makes no sense. 3) Increase You have to increase your income. You want to get it as high as possible. People always ask me what was the most important money that I’ve ever made—my first increase from $3K to $4K was. Why? Because I learned that I was in control of my income. 4) Investment Income What’s the difference between earned income and investment income? Earned income comes from your job and the small increases and surges. It’s tied directly to your ability to produce. What’s the problem with it? If you stop working, there’s no paycheck. Investment income, on the other hand, is a multiplier, is taxed differently, and keeps coming whether you work or not. Why do you think Real Estate is the most common asset class with all the wealthy? Why the wealthy invest in Real Estate: ● Income - monthly checks ● Appreciation - This is tied to the job marketplace in the area. ● Depreciation - write down the value of the property to save ● Leverage - spent $1 get $3 - Use debt, but be extremely disciplined ● Tax Advantages That’s what we do at Cardone Capital. We go after big deals that pay every month and appreciate over time.
Views: 15045 Grant Cardone
How to Calculate Income from House Property | How much is my taxable rent income? | Part 1
 
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If you have a house that is either rented out, self occupied or kept vacant you need to know about income from house property for tax calculation purposes. This is also important for tax saving if you want to set off the interest you are paying on any home loan taken for the same house against the income from house property. A person's gross total income chargeable to tax is a sum of income under various heads such as 'income from salary', 'income from other sources' etc. One of these heads of income is 'Income from House Property'. It is imperative you know about this Income in detail. It is the only income head which taxes notional income. Watch the video to find out. Find us on Social Media and stay connected: Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/InvestYadnya Facebook Group - https://goo.gl/y57Qcr Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/InvestYadnya
How To Calculate Capital Gains Tax on Real Estate Investment Property?
 
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In this video you’ll learn how to calculate capital gains tax on real estate investment property. Our presenter, Missy, is an expert real estate investor who will explain how to do determine capital gains using an example of a California income property. To learn more and to read the full transcription for this video, click here: https://www.realwealthnetwork.com/learn/how-to-calculate-capital-gains-tax-on-real-estate-investment-property/
Views: 727 realwealthnetwork
Filing a Rental Property Tax Return
 
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So what happens if you can't sell you home and you've moved into a new one? A lot of people these days will simply rent out their old home without really thinking about the tax consequences of that. There are also a group of you that buy real estate and rent it out as an investment. I'm going to go through a couple things to take care of to file the rents on your income tax return. So lets get started. You want to be sure to keep track of your rental income and the expenses you spent for the year. I would recommend an excel file or a book that you keep the records in just to keep everything together in one place. You want to keep track of the rents your received, making sure you make a note of any security deposit you may have received. The security deposit isn't taxable as it will be returned, in theory, to the tenant at the end of their lease. The expenses you would normally have include advertising the property, lawn care or snow removal, management fees or commissions paid to a realtor, mortgage interest, home owners insurance, real estate taxes and any utilities you pay, not the tenants, like water & sewer. You can deduct maintenance and repairs but you must depreciate improvements. How to spot the difference, if the improvement increases the value of the property it must be depreciated, which means written off over several years. If its a repair, you are usually just replacing something that's broken like a switch plate cover or new door knob. You also get to deduct the cost of the property, less the land value, and depreciate over many years. You can look at your original settlement sheet to find the cost of the purchase, plus you'll want to add any improvements you made to the property whilst you were living there if thats the case. If you're just renting your former home temporarily until you sell it, you can maintain the home's "primary home" status and get the tax benefits as long as you do a couple things, first if you will have a profit on the sale of the home, then follow this advise. You don't want to take losses from the operations of the property off of your tax return, you still need to report it though, there is a special area of your return where you can do this. You must have lived in the home for at least 2 of 5 years as your primary home, and you must sell it within 5 years since you've moved out of the house. If the property is located within the city of Philadelphia, you'll need to have a business privilege license and pay Business Taxes on the rental. If you need more help getting everything together to prepare your return, there is a rental worksheet available at our website you can download.
Views: 23000 Ambrozy Accounting
20 Investment Property Tax Deductions You Might Be Missing Out On (Ep39)
 
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Investment properties have some great tax deductions that you can use to minimise the tax that you’re paying on your property. But investment property tax deductions can be very confusing and it can be difficult to understand exactly what tax deductions you can claim. It’s very important that you understand what you can and can’t deduct as an expense or as depreciation. Every single property is going to be different so I do suggest that you speak to a professional accountant to get your own personal deductions done for you. We will now look at twenty different investment property tax deductions that you might be missing out on. This is a great overview for you that I gathered from the ATO website. ------------------------------------------- http://onproperty.com.au/39 - View the full transcription and audio version of this episode. http://onproperty.com.au/free - See real positive cash flow property listings
Views: 4006 On Property
How To Calculate Capital Gains Tax (CGT) On Investment Property (Ep192)
 
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When you sell a property you need to pay capital gains tax. It's basically a fact of life if you own a bunch of investment properties and so today I want to talk about how to calculate capital gains tax on investment property. So calculating capital gains tax a lot of people think that what you do is you take the price of the property of what you purchase the property for and then you look at the price of the property and what you sold it for all and whatever gain you had that's what you have to pay tax on. But that is not exactly the case there are some other calculations that you need to take into account before you try and calculate capitals gains tax. Now I am just going to put out a disclaimer to say that I'm not a certified tax accountant so none of this should be considered financial or taxation advice so always go and an account when you actually need to pay capital gains tax and so they can work it out based on your salary, based on your tax bracket, etc. This is for educational purposes only. So to calculate capital gains tax I'm going to go through a bunch of different steps that you can use to get a rough guide of how much capital gains tax you going to need to pay. http://onproperty.com.au/192 - Visit the site for a full transcription and downloadable audio version of this video. ------------------------- Get More OnProperty All Over The Internet Podcast (iTunes): http://onproperty.com.au/itunes Podcast (Stitcher): http://onproperty.com.au/stitcher Instagram: http://onproperty.com.au/instagram ———————————— Want to see real positive cash flow listings updated weekly? Then join On Property Plus. http://onproperty.com.au/plus
Views: 13499 On Property
Rental Property Depreciation
 
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Rental Property Depreciation and How to Understand It. What is rental property depreciation? It’s defined as a reduction in the value of an asset over time. In this video, I’m explaining why depreciation is one of the most powerful benefits of real estate investing. Depreciation is important because it helps you keep more money in your pocket, instead of sending it off to the federal government at tax time. Depreciation is a fantastic way to mitigate your overall tax burden, so you’ll want to know exactly how it works. This video contains a specific example of how to calculate depreciation, and how it works inside the current tax code. I’ll also discuss a way to elevate your depreciation strategy, and discuss how raw land ties into this topic. VIDEOS ABOUT GETTING STARTED IN REAL ESTATE https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZdhTWJ6Yawp1LPllyyeQho_ouMhrbOy6 VIDEOS ABOUT REAL ESTATE NEWS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZdhTWJ6Yawp7aUQgMPmAanHSYgP-UI0i SUBSCRIBE AND JOIN OUR AWESOME COMMUNITY: https://www.youtube.com/c/MorrisInvest
Views: 26944 Morris Invest
Tax Returns for Rental Properties in Canada
 
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If you own rental property in Canada, then you know that filing tax returns for income property in Canada can be a difficult and confusing process. In this video, I will outline 5 steps for preparing a tax return for your real estate investments. Visit our website for more information and tax-related advice: http://madanca.com Follow us on social media Twitter: https://twitter.com/Madan_CA Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MadanCharteredAccountant/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/madanaccounting/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/108551869453511666601/posts Download any of our free eBooks available on our website: http://madanca.com/free-tax-secrets/ (Including Tax Tips for Canadians, Personal Tax Planning Guide for Canadians: 2014 Edition and 20 Tax Secrets for Canadians) Disclaimer: The information provided in this video is intended to provide general information. The information does not take into account your personal situation and is not intended to be used without consultation from accounting and financial professionals. All figures and dollar amounts are used for example purposes only. Allan Madan and Madan Chartered Accountant will not be held liable for any problems that arise from the usage of the information provided in this video.
Views: 8206 Allan Madan
Tax Lien Foreclosure Property I bought for only $1.4K No Joke
 
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http://www.JuliaMSpencer.com - Actual Real Estate I bought at a Foreclosure Auction for only $1.4K. That's right. Sign up for your FREE account today and download your FREE Guide to Real Estate Investing on this and many other Real Estate topics discussed and backed with 25 years of experience.
Views: 55566 Julia M. Spencer
How capital gains tax works - MoneyWeek Investment Tutorials
 
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Before you sell an investment, you need to think about the tax on any profits you make. In this video, Tim Bennett introduces capital gains tax.
Views: 109932 MoneyWeek
Understanding Property Tax in the UK 2017
 
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Property tax is a complex and constantly changing subject. With property ownership widespread in the UK, tax issues can have a significant impact for many individuals which means that effective tax planning is a serious challenge for anybody investing in property.
Views: 1657 RDP Newmans
2018 Tax Reform Real Estate
 
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2018 Tax Reform Real Estate There’s been a lot of buzz about how the new tax law will affect homeowners, but what are the implications for real estate investors? A new article suggests that real estate prices are being affected by the new rules—and will continue to adjust in 2018. On this episode, I’m sitting down to discuss how real estate prices are being affected by the new tax rules. I’ll share what this means for investors, how you can protect yourself from losing profits, and so much more. I’ll speak in depth about how the new tax law affects home sales in states with high taxes. I’ll discuss why buyers are worried about the new rules, and how you can make sure your investment is safe. Don’t miss this new video on the 2018 tax law! Show notes page: http://morrisinvest.com/episode258 CNBC Article: https://goo.gl/6Azo2j BOOK A CALL WITH OUR TEAM TODAY AT MORRIS INVEST: https://goo.gl/EbDRWj VIDEOS ABOUT GETTING STARTED IN REAL ESTATE https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZdhTWJ6Yawp1LPllyyeQho_ouMhrbOy6 VIDEOS ABOUT REAL ESTATE NEWS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZdhTWJ6Yawp7aUQgMPmAanHSYgP-UI0i SUBSCRIBE AND JOIN OUR AWESOME COMMUNITY: https://www.youtube.com/c/MorrisInvest SUBSCRIBE TO THE iTUNES PODCAST: iTunes: https://goo.gl/tSfSM8 FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/claytonmorris Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MorrisInvest Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/claytonmorris
Views: 12322 Morris Invest
Avoid Capital Gains Tax on Rental Property
 
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Avoid Capital Gains Tax on Rental Property by utilizing a 1031 exchange when you sell your rental property. We specialize in 1031 Exchange Real Estate and help you every step of the way.
Views: 5325 Rick Sarouk
Investment Properties and Capital Gains Tax
 
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How is capital gains tax is calculated on properties in BC.
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Is Stamp Duty/The Tenant Tax or Taxes In General Stopping property investing In The UK?
 
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I had a great question come in from Ryan Mason a couple of days ago. He wrote, "Hi Tony, do you think the Tenant Tax (Section 24) or Stamp Duty is making it much harder for people to build a buy to let portfolio? This seems to be a stumbling block for many first timers." Now that is a great question - but I confess I'm not sure if Ryan was referring to "stamp duty", or "Section 24" - lovingly known as THE TENANT TAX... Which at the time of filming, has literally just kicked in. Either way if it's okay, I'm just going to group these two taxes together for a minute - because I've been wanting to do a video on property taxes in general for quite some time. First things first, if you're not familiar with "Section 24" - there are some excellent videos on the Property Tribes website here... https://goo.gl/FBnb46 First things first, the recent tax changes are of course having a negative impact on our property world and many property investors are now re-evaluating what they're doing moving forwards. ...but I specifically want to address Ryan's question - which is... "Are these tax changes making it harder for people to build a portfolio?" Well, in my opinion, No. You see, there ARE things that you can do to lessen the impact of some of these tax changes, but I can't really talk to you about these here because I don't know your specific set of circumstances, or indeed anybody else's watching this video. As I tell every property investor that I meet, one of the very first things you should be doing right now, is speaking to a property savvy accountant. You take their advice, which will of course be geared around your circumstances. If you do this, it could be the best money you ever spend. But please don't listen to family, friends, or other amateur investors when it comes to tax. Honestly, their advice could be wrong. Perhaps more importantly, I am now seeing some real opportunities coming onto the market. A good example of this, is that many established landlords are starting to sell off some, or all of their portfolio. One of the best things that you can do right now, is to connect with these investors and try to find ways of constructing win/win deals with them, something that works for both parties. Why not sit down, and write out a list of five ways that you could connect with established property investors over the next couple of weeks? When you speak to one, offer to buy them a Starbucks. You might be amazed at what comes out of that meeting. Next, I have to say I am seeing less and less amateur investors wanting to get involved, because they're hearing about all these negative tax changes. Less competition from amateur investors who tend to overpay for properties could only be a good thing if you're wanting to build your own portfolio. We still have a growing population, and we're still not building anywhere near enough dwellings each year. Again, this could only be a good thing for anyone investing in property for the longer term. Let me give you some specific advice that you could take action on today. Firstly, try not to worry about the additional stamp duty. I know this may be easier said than done. Instead, look for places where you can add real tangible value. You can add tens of thousands of pounds to a property (Real Estate), which would make any additional stamp duty you had to pay when you bought the place, look pretty meaningless by comparison. Consider your primary residence as one of your investment properties. I'm sure that you're already fully aware that there are lots of tax advantages to doing this. If you're not aware of what they are, speak to that property savvy accountant. Focus on lowering your gearing, which is something that I've been doing recently by again, perhaps adding some value, refinancing, but then not pulling out any more cash from the property. Instead, just lowering your loan to value if you can. Consider controlling properties, rather than buying them. Lastly, there are actually some huge tax advantages to creating new dwellings. Advantages that could again, dramatically lessen the impact of these recent tax changes. I'm not necessarily talking about building brand new houses here. You could be taking existing dwellings, and turning them into two or three separate dwellings. Honestly, the key really is to seek the right advice, from the right people. If you do, there's really no reason why these recent tax changes should stop you or indeed anybody else from building a buy to let portfolio. Thanks you... Tony Law | Your First Four Houses DOWNLOAD ALL MY PROPERTY TOOLS (FOR FREE!)... https://yourfirstfourhouses.com/ PLEASE SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE... https://www.youtube.com/c/yourfirstfourhouses PLEASE LIKE MY FACEBOOK PAGE... https://www.facebook.com/YourFirstFourhouses finance
Overview to claiming your rental property deductions
 
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This video highlights all of the essentials to claiming deductions for your rental property.
New depreciation legislation for Australian Property investors
 
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In 2017 we have experienced the most drastic change to property depreciation legislation in more than 15 years. This change stems from the Treasury Laws Amendment (Housing Tax Integrity) Bill 2017 which has passed through Parliament and is now legislation. The great news is that there are still thousands of dollars to be claimed by every property investor in Australia. It’s more important now than ever to talk to a specialist Quantity Surveyor to make sure that every deduction is claimed and nothing is missed. For a comprehensive guide of the new legislation download our Essential facts: 2017 Budget changes and property depreciation white paper document today at www.bmtqs.com.au/2017-budget-whitepaper For more information on how depreciation can benefit you: Visit our website: www.bmtqs.com.au View our Facebook page: http://on.fb.me/1oXBzBz View Twitter page: http://bit.ly/18XMTTX Subscribe to BMT on YouTube: http://bit.ly/Sa1PKs Visit BMT's Blog BMT Insider for the latest property and depreciation news: http://ow.ly/Eopv305v1B6 Request a quote for a depreciation schedule: http://bit.ly/XvIhjF
Views: 13648 BMT Tax Depreciation
Never Pay Capital Gains Taxes On Your Investment Property Sale
 
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Willie Mandrell explains how to use the 1031 tax code to avoid paying capital gains taxes on the sales of your investment property. Willie Mandrell | Broker, Principal Owner The Mandrell Company 617-297-8641 [email protected] http://www.MandrellCo.com 572 Freeport Street, Suite B Boston, MA 02122
Views: 220 Willie Mandrell
Real Estate Investment Taxes in Canada
 
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For more on Canadian real estate investing visit: http://stefanaarnio.com/category/canadian-real-estate/ Taxes on real estate investments in Canada can be confusing, but this video should help you get the basics. Hire a professional accountant for a more detailed strategy.
Views: 6702 Stefan Aarnio
Income Tax Filing: Capital Gains from Property Sale
 
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How do you account for income from the sale of real estate such as residential or commercial property , while income tax filing? Here are the basics. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQTqvgT_qzPZn1D1bHsxtKw?sub_confirmation=1 Visit YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/FundooMoneyWorld Share video: https://youtu.be/oaiHfCwQNEU Edited transcripts Udayan Ray: Hi there! Welcome to FundooMoney web series on tax filing. We are discussing various aspects that people need to keep in mind while filing taxes. Now, one of the things that weighs in the minds of people is when they have done a sales transaction i.e. sold a real estate property or land in the previous financial year and how it is going to get treated for tax. We are talking about a transaction where people made money—you typically tend to make money on real estate transactions. How does one record this in a tax return? To help us understand and get some insights in this matter, we have got eminent tax expert Swami Saran Sharma with us. Welcome Swami! Swami, somebody has sold a property last year and made money, what now while filing taxes? Swami Saran Sharma: Once you make money, you have to account for it in your income tax. Any money made on sale or transfer of a capital asset is to be included as a capital gain. So, capital gain in these properties can be classified as short-term capital gain or long-term capital gain. The test is that if you have held the property for three years and more, and then you transfer or sell it, then it is called a long-term capital gain. Otherwise, it is a short-term capital gain. In case of short-term capital gain, there are no concessions. Entire money is included as your income and you pay taxes as per the applicable slab of taxation. If it is a long-term capital gain, then of course, there is a concessional tax treatment to it. One can pay on the net capital gain, which is sale (proceeds) minus indexed cost of purchase, a flat 20% tax. There are other ways saving the tax. You could purchase REC and NHAI capital gains tax saving bonds upto Rs 50 lakh. Or, if you invest the proceeds in a residential accommodation within a period of two years from the date of sale—you still save taxes. Udayan Ray: So, these are the various treatments to save tax. If you have done some of these tax saving measures, like buying a bond, it is fine. Otherwise, you will need to go to the default option. Of course, with any tax-related matter, a tax expert guiding you on your particular details would be the most accurate person concerned. However, this particular segment will help you ask the right questions and guide you towards the right direction. There’s lots more actually waiting for you at our leading social media platforms. Apart from that you can always visit our website www.fundoomoney.com
Views: 16708 FundooMoney World
5 Tax Benefits for Real Estate Investors 2018
 
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5 Tax Benefits for Real Estate Investors 2018 When it comes to taxes, there’s never been a better time to be a real estate investor. The new 2018 tax code contains incredible ways for real estate investors to keep more money in their pockets. In fact, taxes are the number one way that investors make money! In this video, I’m detailing five amazing ways real estate investors can benefit from the new tax code. I’ll discuss changes in the corporate tax rate, business equipment deductions, and more. If you’ve ever wondered how the new tax code will affect real estate investors, this video is for you! Show notes: http://morrisinvest.com/episode315 BOOK A CALL WITH OUR TEAM TODAY AT MORRIS INVEST: https://goo.gl/EbDRWj VIDEOS ABOUT GETTING STARTED IN REAL ESTATE https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZdhTWJ6Yawp1LPllyyeQho_ouMhrbOy6 VIDEOS ABOUT REAL ESTATE NEWS https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZdhTWJ6Yawp7aUQgMPmAanHSYgP-UI0i SUBSCRIBE AND JOIN OUR AWESOME COMMUNITY: https://www.youtube.com/c/MorrisInvest SUBSCRIBE TO THE iTUNES PODCAST: iTunes: https://goo.gl/tSfSM8 FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/claytonmorris Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MorrisInvest Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/claytonmorris
Views: 7787 Morris Invest
Property depreciation explained | BMT Tax Depreciation
 
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Property depreciation can be one of the biggest tax deductions available to all rental property owners, yet surprisingly many property investors are missing out. When properly assessed by a professional Quantity Surveying firm, depreciation can add up to significant tax deductions and ultimately lead to more cash back in your pocket. Watch this short video to learn more about property depreciation and how it benefits property investors. BMT Tax Depreciation specialises in maximising depreciation deductions for investment property owners Australia-wide, with twelve offices located throughout the nation. A BMT Tax Depreciation Schedule prepared by our specialist Quantity Surveyors helps investment property owners to unlock cash flow potential and claim thousands of dollars in depreciation deductions every year in their tax return. Our videos are information packed and will help you learn everything you need to know about property tax depreciation and how it benefits investment and rental property owners. * Under new legislation outlined in the Treasury Laws Amendment (Housing Tax Integrity) Bill 2017 passed by Parliament on 15th November 2017, investors who exchange contracts on a second-hand residential property after 7:30pm on 9th May 2017 will no longer be able to claim depreciation on previously used plant and equipment assets. Investors can claim deductions on plant and equipment assets they purchase and directly incur the expense for. Investors who purchased prior to this date and those who purchase a brand new property will still be able to claim depreciation as they were previously. To learn more visit www.bmtqs.com.au/budget-2017 or read BMT’s comprehensive White Paper document at www.bmtqs.com.au/2017-budget-whitepaper For more information on depreciation and how it can benefit you: Visit our website: www.bmtqs.com.au BMT on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1oXBzBz BMT on Twitter: http://bit.ly/18XMTTX Subscribe to BMT on YouTube: http://bit.ly/Sa1PKs Visit BMT's Blog BMT Insider for the latest property and depreciation news: http://ow.ly/Eopv305v1B6 Request a quote for a depreciation schedule: http://bit.ly/XvIhjF
Views: 28965 BMT Tax Depreciation
How can I save capital gains tax on selling flat?- Property Hotline
 
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Expert: Harsh Roongta, Chartered Accountant and a SEBI registered Investment Advisor. Question: I have invested in a 1BHK property in Magarpatta City, Pune. I plan to sell this property. How can I save on the capital gains tax? Answer: Has it been 3 years after you have received possession of the completed property. If so, then any capital gains you make can be claimed as an exemption if you invest in capital gains Bonds (REC or NHAI) maximum up to Rs50 lakhs. You can also buy another property within 2 years of the sale to claim the exemption.   Be Un - Confused : http://www.mbnow.in/property
Views: 12033 Mirror Now
Do we need to pay capital gains tax on selling property?- Property Hotline
 
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Expert: Shipra Padhi, Member of International Tax Practice at Nishith Desai Associates. Question: In case I sell property within 3 years of purchasing it, do I need to pay capital gains tax? Answer:  Yes, you will have to pay capital gains tax. A property is said to be a short-term capital asset if held for less than three years. You will need to pay short-term capital gains tax at your applicable slab rates if you make a profit. Be Un - Confused : http://www.mbnow.in/property
Views: 7962 Mirror Now
Australian Property Investment Tips - How to double your Tax Return
 
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Every wondered how ordinary people on average incomes are often able afford to build multi-million dollar property management portfolios? Raine & Horne SA CEO, Kevin Magee explains how top Australian Property Investors use what is an effectively a free service to make property investment affordable for the average Australian, increase tax returns and build their portfolios . A service that approximately 80% of investors and EVEN most real estate sales staff don't know of - yet Investors that do use it religiously and as a consequence get better returns, reduce cost of real estate and tend to invest over and over again. For more realestate tips, suggestions and media scoops and Monthly Market Updates tune follow Kevin on Youtube at KM4242 or on Twitter at rhSA_CEO rent renting apartment house
Tax Considerations For Buying Real Estate Investment Property
 
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http://real-101.com Watch more episodes http://www.devrylaw.ca/tax-litigation-lawyers/sabina-mexis/ Sabina Mexis In this episode of Real Estate 101, Realtor Joe Terceira is joined by tax lawyer Sabina Mexis of Devry Smith Frank to discuss investment property and how it is taxed compared to your principal residence. What is Considered an Investment Property? For tax purposes, the government considers an investment property to be a property which you do not “ordinarily inhabit”. This means that a property that is rented out to tenants, or a commercial property is considered an investment property. On the other hand, the property in which you do reside is generally considered to be your principal residence. As such, the investment property is taxed differently from your principal residence. While you do not pay any tax on profits when you sell a principal residence and can file a principal residence exemption in your tax return for the amount of the capital gain on the sale of this property, with an investment property the situation is a bit different. Namely, there are two possible tax consequences when it comes to investment property, which can depend on the number of investment properties you own. For example, if you have only one investment property and you decide to sell it, the gain arising on the sale will be treated as a capital gain and only 50% of the gain will be taxable. However, if you have multiple investment properties, it is possible that the proceeds from the sale would be considered to arise from the sale of inventory and not capital property and as such, the proceeds would be taxed as a regular business income. Can a Principal Residence Exemption be Used for an Investment Property? The principal residence exemption generally only allows one property to be designated as a principal residence per household. Generally speaking, the principal residence exemption cannot be used to shelter the gain arising from the disposition of an investment property. It is possible, however, to use the principal residence exemption to shelter the gain arising on the sale of a cottage for example. It can also be used for real estate located outside of Canada, such as a Florida condo. There are, of course, certain intricacies when it comes to claiming the exemption, and the availability of the exemption depends mainly on the use of the property being claimed. What are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Owning Investment Property Personally? There are certain advantages and disadvantages to owning an investment property personally. The biggest advantages to owing property in your own name is that it is generally quicker and relatively easier to purchase a property in one’s own name. Usually, an individual purchaser can put down a smaller deposit on the real estate being purchased and any financing can also generally be obtained at a lower interest rate when the borrower is an individual. The biggest disadvantage to owning investment property personally is that there is a potential exposure of all your personally held assets in the event of a lawsuit or other similar liability. In other words, if you are sued for damages from an incident arising on an investment property (say a slip and fall or other incident on residential rental property), then all of your personally held assets become available to satisfy a potential judgment against you. Similarly, all of your property is available to satisfy the claims of potential creditors and can be seized to satisfy any liability, whether tax, personal injury, lawsuit, etc. . For more information contact tax litigation lawyer, Sabina Mexis: Devry Smith Frank LLP TEL: 416-446-3348 Visit: http://www.devrylaw.ca/tax-litigation-lawyers/sabina-mexis/ Fantastic Properties For Sale In Mississauga, Brampton, Milton, Oakville, & Toronto Visit: http://JoeTerceira.com Joe Terceira / Sales Representative Phone: 647.494.0244 Facebook: http://facebook.com/JoesRealEstate Twitter: http://twitter.com/joeterceira LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/joeterceira Google+: https://plus.google.com/+Joeterceira/ Tax Considerations For Buying Real Estate Investment Property https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_sMa8VgzcpM
Managing Property Tax for Investing
 
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Subscribe to view more videos like this: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDyqt_09GG8BsC7wtma_2FQ?sub_confirmation=1 Aran Curry shares how you can manage your property tax and become tax efficient with your property investing - this includes capital gains tax, income tax & inheritance tax. ____________________________________________________ If you liked this video, you will love our video all about tax and the tax changes. Click the link to watch now! http://arancurry.co.uk/taxweb To get free access to videos like this all the time then follow me on my social media pages where I post my free video’s and weekly blogs. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/arancurryfan/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/arancurry Aran Curry Blog: http://arancurry.tumblr.com/ If you find these video’s useful, you can actually get a FREE copy of my book ‘The Property Coach’ here: https://arancurry.clickfunnels.com/op... To find out more about Aran Curry and the brilliant education he has to offer, visit the website at http://arancurry.co.uk/ --------------------------------------------------------------- About Aran Aran Curry is one of the market leading educators and ‘do it for you’ leaders in the UK property industry. An investor with twenty years’ experience, over 110 properties of his own and over 100 joint venture properties. In the last three years alone he has educated over 20,000 people and helped them on their property journey. With his team he has helped investors, clients and himself to buy over 1000 UK buy to let properties.
Views: 1532 Aran Curry
Ask the Tax Expert – How can I avoid paying Capital Gains Tax?
 
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Are there ways to avoid or reduce paying Capital Gains Tax when selling a property? Yes there are a few strategies that can help you minimise your CGT, and in this video tax expert Ken Raiis, director of Metropole Wealth Advisory, outlines some of them. Unfortunately, there is no silver bullet to avoiding Capital Gains Tax entirely is you sell an investment property. And, at the end of the day, if you have to pay CGT it means that you’ve made a profit on selling your property, which is what you were after in the first place, wasn’t it? However, there are strategies to limit the tax payable on any capital gains so it is worth getting specific advice before you buy your next property to ensure you own it in the most appropriate structure. Going out more: https://metropole.com.au/wealth-advisory-service/
Views: 974 Michael Yardney
Tax Sales and Tax Liens - Pros and Cons of Investing in a Tax Sale/Lien - REIClub.com
 
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http://www.REIClub.com Are Tax Sales a Good Investment For Real Estate Investors? Here Is A Quick Video On The Pros And Cons Of Investing in a Tax Sale SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=reiclub SUBSCRIBE TO OUR FREE NEWSLETTER https://www.reiclub.com/real-estate-newsletter.php LET’S CONNECT http://www.facebook.com/reiclub http://twitter.com/reiclub https://plus.google.com/+reiclub http://www.pinterest.com/realestateclub/ Hi, this is Frank Chen with REIClub.com, the only site you need as a real estate investor. Today I've got quick video on the Pros and Cons of Investing in Tax Sale Properties. Tax Sale vs. Tax Lien - Tax Lien: A lien in general is a claim or security of interest placed on personal property to secure the repayment of debt. Therefore, a tax lien is a lien imposed by Federal or state law to secure payment of back taxes. As the investor: You buy the rights to the money owed in taxes and the interest and penalties that have accrued. - Tax Sale: (also known as a a 'Tax Deed Sale') Refers to property, in this case real estate, being sold by a taxing authority or the court to recover delinquent taxes. This is commonly done by Auction. As the investor: You are buying the rights to the property itself. - Return on Investment Tax Lien: Allow you to earn high interest rates on your investment - When delinquent property owner "redeems" the lien you get your initial investment PLUS a guaranteed percentage interest. The interests vary by state. - Average 12-24% interest per annum - as high as 50% Tax Sale: Deed sales transfer full property rights to your name. - Average Purchase Price 30-60 cents on the dollar - Tax Value = Purchase Price - Right of Redemption: Gives the right to the original homeowner to reclaim their property during a specified time. If they are unable to pay it, the current lien holder can start foreclosure proceedings Tax Lien: 1 year to 3 years - redemption period - Delinquent pays the lien plus interest and any other fees (accrues monthly) Tax Sale: - Delinquent pays back interest plus the costs incurred to foreclose Tax Liens / Tax Sales Pros - Pennies on the Dollar - Buy properties for a fraction of the cost - State Authorized Returns - awarded to the investor at 16% - 25% - Volume - auctions are typically held at the first of EVERY month - VARIES BY REGION - First In Line - Tax liens have precedence over other liens or encumbrances, such as mortgages, judgments, trust deeds and different liens - County collects the fees owed - not you - No Maintenance Responsibility - No Landowner Liability - Free and Clear - possibility - Guaranteed Return on Investment Tax Sale /Lien Certificate Cons - Specific Regulations - Failure to comply precisely with these rules could make the lien completely worthless. - Homeowner Bankruptcy - IRS or other creditors may have other claims on the property, rendering your tax lien worthless. - Worthless Property - you invest in a tax sale with no potential - uninhabitable, structurally unsound, previous owner tried to sell it and stayed on the market for a long time, etc... - Additional Liens - must pay off all previous liens before you can clear the title - Competition - public auction - lots of other interested investors - Lien Laws - vary from state-to-state - strategies may not work in some states Tax lien investing is a significant opportunity which also requires some specialized knowledge. Always remember, when investing in tax sales or tax lien certificates, almost all risks can be averted by doing minimal analysis before purchasing. Due diligence is the key to success in this niche of real estate investing. Again, this is Frank Chen with REIClub.com. Please take the time to leave your comments for this video below and please subscribe to our YouTube channel so you'll be automatically notified when we upload more quick video tips for you. Take care and good investing. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=St17i8I_6xM "REIClubRealEstateInvesting"
Views: 94392 reiclub
Claiming mortgage and interest expenses for your rental property
 
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This video focuses on deductions available for setting up a mortgage for your rental property, and what you can and can't claim for interest.
Property depreciation for investment property owners detailed case studies | BMT Tax Depreciation
 
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What impact can depreciation have on an investment scenario and how can it affect your weekly holding figures on a property? Brad Beer, Managing Director of BMT Tax Depreciation speaks in detail about property tax depreciation and the benefits a tax depreciation schedule can provide to investment property owners each financial year. To learn more about this process please visit: www.bmtqs.com.au/for-property-investors See how just some of BMT's happy clients are reaping the benefits from their schedules here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysz4h2ytq_o BMT Tax Depreciation specialises in maximising depreciation deductions for investment property owners Australia-wide through 11 office locations. A Tax Depreciation Schedule alternatively known as a tax depreciation report, prepared by a specialist Quantity Surveyor helps investment property owners to unlock cash flow potential and save thousands of dollars every year in their tax return. Our videos are information packed and will help you learn everything you need to know about property tax depreciation and how it benefits investment property owners. For more information Visit our website: www.bmtqs.com.au BMT on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1oXBzBz BMT on Twitter: http://bit.ly/18XMTTX Subscribe to BMT on YouTube: http://bit.ly/Sa1PKs Subscribe to BMT's Blog BMT Insider: http://bit.ly/1hBHDHS Request a quote for a depreciation schedule: http://bit.ly/XvIhjF
Views: 5012 BMT Tax Depreciation

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