Whether the owner of a property decides to sell their property, find a new tenant, or move in to the unit, terminating a lease can be unexpectedly complex. Many landlords and property managers run afoul of the specific requirements under the law and end up wasting unnecessary time and money on the termination process. Often times, the lease between the landlord and tenant can be deceiving, and the tenant likely entitled to more rights than enumerated in the lease. The penalties for a violation of a tenant’s rights can be steep, and we can help walk you through the termination process in an attempt to avoid those penalties.
Now is the time to reduce your taxes for 2019! Our speaker who is a rental property tax expert will be covering how to apply the following concepts to your tax 2019 tax strategy in a 2-hour webinar:
- How to expense any renovations you did in 2019 by expensing anything thrown in the dumpster.
- How removal costs from renovations can be expensed.
- How the depreciation of any new purchases in 2019 can be hyper-accelerated to create a large tax deduction for 2019.
- How many repairs that were done in 2019 can be expensed because of the safe harbors of the Tangible Property Regulations (263(a).
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