Have you ever wondered how the wealthy create tax shelters so they owe less taxes? Real estate tax expert and CPA Brandon Hall joins the Passive Cash Flow Podcast to explain the difference between tax depreciation received from active investments and passive investments. It’s important to understand the difference between these two types of tax write-offs so high W-2 earners do not confuse the benefits of tax depreciation. Brandon explains how one would structure their investments so they keep more of their money and give less of it to the IRS. There are two things for certain in this world, death and taxes. By knowing how to structure your portfolio so you owe less taxes, you will be able to build wealth faster and easier. Listen to this episode to learn more.
Brandon is a Certified Public Accountant, national speaker, and is the Founder/Managing Partner of The Real Estate CPA.
Brandon works with real estate investors, syndicates, and private equity funds to optimize tax positions and streamline accounting and business functions. He believes that real estate investing is critical to building sustainable and generational wealth. Brandon worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Ernst & Young prior to launching his own CPA firm, Hall CPA PLLC (The Real Estate CPA).
Through the knowledge gained by working with real estate investors, Brandon has built a real estate portfolio of 25 units consisting of multi-family, single-family, and short-term rentals.
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02:44 No more tax burdens
08:18 Passive loss vs Active loss
17:15 Depreciation recapture
19:25 Will the 1031 exchange go away
22:11 Contact Brandon
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