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by Jackie Sonnenberg

Download The Complete Tax Guide for Real Estate Investors: A Step-By-Step Plan to Limit Your Taxes Legally eBook
ISBN:
1601382081
Author:
Jackie Sonnenberg
Category:
Personal Finance
Language:
English
Publisher:
Atlantic Publishing Group Inc. (January 12, 2008)
Pages:
288 pages
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Chapter 18: The Best Tax Results: What Not To Do. Chapter 19: Steps to a Successful Tax-Free Investment

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Many people invest in real estate, from second homes to apartment complexes, condos, townhouses, and commercial buildings and realize a profit from doing so. However, real estate investors have begun to discover that there are a plethora of tax issues associated with buying and selling real estate. The Complete Tax Guide for Real Estate Investors will take the mystery out of these tax issues and even provide you with tax planning strategies.<br><br>In this new book you will learn how to implement tax savings programs successfully to reduce or eliminate the resulting income tax from the sale of real estate, how to use the IRS tax code to your advantage through depreciation, how to set up annuity trusts and charitable remainder trusts, and how to avoid paying federal taxes. You will become knowledgeable about the different types of 1031 exchanges, including deferred exchanges, simultaneous exchanges, forward delayed exchanges, construction exchanges, reverse exchanges, two-party exchanges, and three-legged exchanges, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of each. Additionally, you will learn about capital gains taxes, tax and legal loopholes, recapture of depreciation, deferring taxes, reducing a home s tax basis, installment sales, tax liability, minimizing taxes on final divestment, stepped-up basis, taxation at the time of sale, and like-kind rules.<br><br>It does not matter if you are a first time investor or a veteran of the real estate market; you will find valuable information, along with tips and tricks, in this book. Tax issues can strain resources and drain profits, but if you implement the strategies in this book you will be able to limit your taxes, thereby increasing your earnings.<br><br>Atlantic Publishing is a small, independent publishing company based in Ocala, Florida. Founded over twenty years ago in the company president’s garage, Atlantic Publishing has grown to become a renowned resource for non-fiction books. Today, over 450 titles are in print covering subjects such as small business, healthy living, management, finance, careers, and real estate. Atlantic Publishing prides itself on producing award winning, high-quality manuals that give readers up-to-date, pertinent information, real-world examples, and case studies with expert advice.  Every book has resources, contact information, and web sites of the products or companies discussed. <br><br><b><i>This Atlantic Publishing eBook was professionally written, edited, fact checked, proofed and designed. The print version of this book is 288 pages and you receive exactly the same content. Over the years our books have won dozens of book awards for content, cover design and interior design including the prestigious Benjamin Franklin award for excellence in publishing. We are proud of the high quality of our books and hope you will enjoy this eBook version. </b></i>

  • Watikalate
This book is hard to read. The text seems like it was poorly translated from a foreign language -- which is not the case -- it's just bad writing. There are other books about this same subject, such as Every Landlord's Tax Deduction Guide (NOLO), which offers a lot more info and is infinitely more readable.
  • RUL
An earlier review mentioned that this book is poorly written. I figured this was just nitpicking and that I could deal with less-than-perfect grammar in order to find some good information. I was wrong. The author is such a bad writer that she mangles even straightforward definitions to the point that I cannot figure out what she is trying to say.

I'm still going to gut my way through it, but trust me that it is worth finding another book on this subject.
  • Kadar
Good reference book
  • zmejka
When you hear the word "taxes" you cringe, but taxes don't have to be scary or intimidating. With "The Complete Tax Guide for Real Estate Investors" you can have a pain free step by step plan on how to limit your taxes legally. With this guidebook you can have a specific outline of how to deal with taxes in relation to all aspects of real estate, such as real estate that is for personal or business use, real estate for investment, property that is excluded, interests & partnerships and much more.
You will get some great tips and hints on investing, learn more about building wealth, protecting assets, capital gains, trusts and estate planning. The best part of the book that I found was the "What not to do" chapter that gives you examples of things not to do and other scenario's to help you understand why.
If you ever have any questions about taxes and real estate, this is the book for you.
  • Brannylv
While I'm not what would be considered an expert or even informed person in the real estate investment world from the first introduction portion of this book I found myself getting sucked into the easy to follow guidance the author brought to what could have been a very dry and boring topic. I found myself learning the ins and outs of what an investor needs to know and how to avoid many of the novice pitfalls that come upon a first time investor. I found the chapters to be nicely divided so that I can easily refer back to certain parts that I need more information on quickly.

I was touched that a portion of the proceeds of this book in honor of "Bear" (their family pet) go to the United States Humane Society. I highly recommend this 285 page book to not just seasoned real estate investors but to anyone who even remotely is considering dabbling in the real estate investing venture.
  • Wymefw
Being well informed in all matters related to real estate investing goes a long way in determining success no matter if you are a first-time investor, or real estate market veteran. And The Complete Tax Guide for Real Estate Investors: A Step-by-Step Plan to Limit Your Taxes Legally provides detailed and well organized guidance for people looking to develop sound tax planning strategies for successfully increasing earnings, reducing or eliminating the taxes they pay on their real estate investments.

Incorporating interviews with professionals, Jackie Sonnenburg uses easy to understand language to explain often-complicated topics and tax issues associated with real estate investing from the time of the investment and beyond.

Whether looking to implement tax-saving strategies for second homes, apartment complexes, condos, townhouses or commercial buildings, investors will gain valuable knowledge regarding 1031 exchanges, deferred exchanges, simultaneous exchanges, forward delayed exchanges, construction exchanges, reverse exchanges, two-party exchanges, and three-legged exchanges, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of each. All this, in addition to actionable information regarding record keeping, depreciation, capital gains, legal loopholes etc.
  • Kerahuginn
Whether you're a seasoned Real Estate investor or a newbie looking for answers, this book is a helpful resource in the often confusing world of taxes and investment properties. Beginning with basics (What is Real Estate? Who are Investors?) and moving to the complex (How various Trusts and Tax Codes operate, plus expert advice,) this really is a step by step guide.

One of the best parts of this book is its "Facts vs. Myths" section. Taxes and investments are tricky business, and often the facts get skewed by popular opinion. Here, however, experts lay out the basics in a no-nonsense way.

Also, form numbers and exact paperwork suggestions really help investors to know exactly the steps to take for maximum profit and ease. Without a handy guide like this, investors would be searching for answers all over - but here we have everything in one place, written in a straightforward and matter-of-fact style.
There are four types of real estate for tax purposes: For sale, For personal, For investment and For business. Find out how you can make money in real estate and reduce or eliminate the income tax from the sale. And it's all legal.

You'll find Chapter 19: 24 Steps to Successful Tax Free Investment to be helpful; it covers the benefits of using 401K, OPI, or IRA to avoid giving your real estate investment profit away.

The complete Tax Guide for Real Estate Investors provides a Step-by-Step guide to investing in real estate. Whether you are just starting out or are a long-term investor, this guide provides tips and secrets to help you make a profit.