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Losing a Tax Deduction When Finances Go Bad

When taxpayers decided to purchase rental real estate, one of the factors that affects selection of property and the amount to offer for purchase is the anticipated deductions arising from interest payments on loans secured by mortgages on the purchased property. Show More Summary

What to Bring With You When You Meet With a Tax Attorney

DARRIN T. MISH: Well that would be me I am Darrin T. Mish THE IRS Solution Attorney.  I’m joined again today by Tampa Real Estate agent extraordinaire. KATRINA MADEWELL:  Katrina Madewell that’s me. DARRIN T. MISH: Katrina Madewell, she’s the host of her own show Tampa home talk that’s here on 1010 am on Friday... Show More Summary

Did Trump Lie to IRS, or to Us?

The year that he emerged on the New York real estate scene as a playboy cash cow, Trumps tax returns said he made zero income.

Data encryption: A how-to guide for real estate professionals

Real estate agents handle an array of highly sensitive client information -- including income tax returns, bank account data, social security numbers, salary information and more. A data breach not only threatens clients’ financial security, but it can also ruin a real estate professional’s reputation...

Vancouver Mayor Mulls Empty Homes Tax

Vancouver ponders a long-overdue measure to target residential real estate warehousing.

DeKalb Property Tax Assessments Are Out and Reflect Rising Real Estate Values Around County

Tax assessments arrived in the mail for many Decatur/DeKalb residents yesterday.  And after big “readjustments” last year, many residents were hoping for a bit of a reprieve this year.  But not so much, according to random comments I’ve seen from friends/neighbors online and the AJC… Residential real estate assessments rose an estimated 7.8 percent this […]

Donald Trump’s Most Recent Public Tax Bill: Zero Dollars

While the political world waits, possibly forever, for Donald Trump to release his tax returns, the Washington Post brings us a look at the last known time the real estate tycoon’s returns were made public, in the late 1970s. Trump paid no—as in zero—federal taxes in 1978 and 1979. Show More Summary

Amen, Google! Church of England Invests in Tax Avoiding Tech Firm

As the UK housing market reaches crisis point for many people unable to buy a home and homelessness jumps to record levels, the Church of England reveals it made billions of dollars from real estate, while investing in companies accused of tax avoidance in the UK.

Pr. William supervisors vote to maintain current real estate tax rate

Average homeowner’s bill to go up by 1.8 percent. School funding still an issue for some.

Donald Trump Will Release His Tax Returns, Just After He Runs Out Of Reasons Not To

2 months agoNews : Huffington Post

NEW YORK -- Donald Trump claims “ there’s nothing to learn” from his tax returns. He just refuses to prove it. The real estate developer promised for over a year to release them, something every presidential nominee for the past four decades has done voluntarily. Show More Summary

Trump, prompting criticism, indicates he may not release tax returns before Election Day

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Wednesday that he may not release his tax returns until after November’s election, citing legal advice amid an ongoing audit of his finances. The real estate mogul, according to the Associated Press, said Wednesday that he would not overrule advice from his legal counsel not to publicly disclose his […]

Bill Would Allow Tax Deduction For HOA Dues Akin To Property Taxes

Washington Post, Bill Would Offer Tax Break for Some Homeowner Association Payments: They are a giant presence in American real estate, but they get short shrift in the federal tax code: the estimated 340,000 communities across the country that are governed by homeowner associations and are often subject to a...

Disputed tax break should never have been necessary

Last week, the three sides in the contentious debate over property-tax breaks, affordable housing and the use of union labor squared off at the Crain’s real estate conference with angry words,... To view the full story, click the title link.

Real estate execs want 421-a tax break to return, but disagree on how

Business advisory firm Margolin, Winer and Evens surveyed 121 audience members at the Crain's real estate conference Monday and found most of them want to bring back the 421-a tax break for new... To view the full story, click the title link.

To solve the fight over a property-tax break, answer three key questions

Sparks flew earlier this week as the real estate industry, the city and the union movement faced off over the expired 421-a tax break and whether any development built with such an incentive should... To view the full story, click the title link.

Developer Aby Rosen settles charge he didn't pay tax on art sales

Art collectors and art executives are in the cross hairs for tax avoidance. On Tuesday, real estate developer Aby Rosen and Gagosian Gallery Inc. sales executive Victoria Gelfand’s firms... To view the full story, click the title li...

Borden:Reforming REIT Taxation (Or Not)

Bradley T. Borden (Brooklyn), Reforming REIT Taxation (Or Not), 53 Hous. L. Rev. 1 (2015): Tax law treats the income of real estate investment trusts (REITs) differently from the income of regular corporations. Income distributed by regular corporations is subject to an entity-level tax and a shareholder-level tax, while taxable...

Investment Tax Credit Extension Makes Commercial Solar Profitable

Now that Congress has extended the solar investment tax credit (ITC) for five more years, new and profitable opportunities to deploy solar energy have opened up for companies and real estate owners. Do you have a five-year plan?

Some Surviving Receipts for Taxes Paid in 18th-Century England and Scotland

This small group of receipts for taxes paid in the United Kingdom, before the institution of an income tax in 1799, show how land, real estate, and other property translated into money owed in the last decade of the 18 th century. The taxes paid on land and property were only some of those levied on U.K. Show More Summary

John Andrist: Understanding What We Pay Taxes For

A car passes a sign advertising tax return services in Falls Church, Virginia April 8, 2010. REUTERS / KEVIN LAMARQUE It’s a rare person who loves to pay taxes. But understanding the systems seems to help mollify me. Take real estate or property taxes, for instance. Show More Summary

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