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How Federal Tax Reform Has Impacted Real Estate

The new $10,000 cap on the federal deduction for state and local taxes prompted dire predictions for the real estate market.The short-term effects haven't been as bad as predicted, but local governments are still worried about the long term.

Investors and Business Owners May Benefit from 199A QBI Deduction

This QBI deduction could bring a taxpayer’s effective tax rate on such income down from 37 percent (without the deduction) to 29.6 percent (with the deduction). Planning for this deduction can yield significant tax savings for investors and business owners.

State & Local Tax Credits—Businesses May Get What Individuals Cannot

Since recent Federal tax law changes have capped the state and local tax deduction for individuals to $10,000, many states have been trying to implement solutions to help alleviate the effects of the change.

Top 3 Risk Management Strategies for Commercial Property Investors

Most insurance experts agree that risk management services should be uniquely tailored to each individual client. Here are three vital items commercial property investors should consider when developing loss control prevention strategies.

Deductions You May Have Missed This Tax Season

The TCJA is the most comprehensive tax reform since 1986. One of its biggest changes was to increase deductions, primarily for business owners and investors. Unfortunately, many entrepreneurs failed to take full advantage of the new tax law benefits.

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