I have decided to move on from the family accountant who has little background in real estate. I just purchased 12 units across 4 buildings, which brings my total portfolio to 14 units 5 buildings. I would classify my knowledge as weak in the tax realm. I'm looking for tax advisor/prep suggestions in the Northern Colorado area. I understand that today's technology makes it easy to do business with anyone almost anywhere. Therefore, I'm open to any quality candidate. Suggestions?
You're right about today's technology. This forum features at least a dozen of tax accountants specializing in real estate. Browse this forum, read the answers that we provide and contact whoever you like privately.
But do it quick. The IRS deadlines are right around the corner, and some of us may not be taking new clients at this point.
I'm in Fort Lauderdale FL but as you said, we are in the 21st century :)
What exactly do you need help with? What questions do you need to be answered?
As Michael mentioned, there are several CPAs on here who work with clients remotely, including myself. Contact a couple and interview them and see who you think is the best fit. Good luck!
@Jason Graves I'd be happy to help. Send me a DM.
Congrats on accumulating so many rentals in such a short period.
I just read your profile and you are an accredited Investor.
Cost Segregation is great and has many benefits but it doesn't benefit everyone.
You should have a consultation with a tax advisor and a cost segregation expert to see what the cost of the cost segregation is and if it will benefit you.
@Blake Andrus Brandon Hall is probably one of the most known on the BP threads. He does prep and strategy for tax.
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