Are you ready to grow your real estate business? To do that, you need a solid tax savings strategy.
You already know that there are considerable advantages to investing in real estate. The passive income, substantial tax savings, and long-term security most likely drew you to real estate investing.
Real estate investing is the first step in your plan for financial freedom. The first thing you need to focus on is finding good real estate deals.
The next step is to maximize how your money works for you. Read our list of six tax savings strategies to achieve financial freedom and build wealth.
This tax strategy is primarily for single-family home investors and the available deductions.
You have a multitude of deductions available to you as a real estate investor.
|Deductions that do not impact financing||Deductions that do impact financing|
- 529 Plan
- Home office
- SOLO 401K
|- Business expenses
- Credit card processing fees
- Legal fees
- Office furniture
- Office supplies
- Repairs and maintenance
- Tax prep fees
- Travel expenses
As a sharp real estate investor, you need to know which deductions impact financing because it affects your ability to get loans, secure more properties, and generate wealth.
With a SOLO 401K, you can save $58,000 a year in taxes. If you're married, the tax savings increase to $116,000.
Do you want to know more about this powerful tax vehicle? Visit our SOLO 401K Hub to learn more!
You can add a Self Directed IRA on top of your SOLO 401K.
This SDIRA enables you to manage everything as long as you set up an LLC owned by the IRA. Then, you can invest through the LLC and shelter about $7,000 more per year from taxes.
You can combine the SOLO 401K and SDIRA with the DB(K) strategy. You gain an additional shelter which allows you to grow your wealth with a deferred tax, more capital in play, and higher returns.
If real estate is the primary source of your income or you are a "stay at home" husband or wife, use this strategy.
You can use your depreciation and other losses from real estate to offset other income.
If you are a high self-employed or 1099 income earner, you should consider investing in commercial and multifamily investments. You can use cost segregation, accelerated, and bonus depreciation to avoid taxes.
Even if you are a W2 employee, you have to document your time thoroughly and may be able to secure the designation.
Learn more about the requirements it takes to earn a real estate professional designation.
We went over six tax strategies you need to take to grow your real estate business. These six strategies will help you achieve financial freedom and grow your wealth.
We've covered a lot of information that may include concepts that are new to you. To hear this content presented by Scott Smith check out Royal Investing: Episode #1 Tax Savings Strategies on our Wistia channel.
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