Real Estate Investors KISS Guide to Bookkeeping
|Save THOUSANDS of Dollars EVERY Year!|
Good bookkeeping is the most underrated way to hammer the IRS and save thousands on your tax bill.
In The Real Estate Investor's KISS Guide to Bookkeeping, tax attorney, accountant and real estate investor, John Hyre, shows you exactly how to do it, year after year, EVERY year, including:
This course is written in plain English for the lay person, and it's very easy to understand, even for those of us who shy away from "numbers."
- How to keep your books and stop overpaying your tax preparer
- How to save thousands of dollars on professional fees
- How to do the books right and get the deductions you deserve
- How to break out certain assets and increase depreciation deductions
- How to get tax savings of up to $2,000 to $6,000 per year
- How to take the deductions and avoid IRS penalties
- How to keep your books so you can survive an IRS audit
- How to train your accountant (if you use one) to do it RIGHTAnd much, MUCH more
The Real Estate Investor's KISS Guide to Bookkeeping includes a "plug in" CD that works with QuickBooks 2004 through 2009 (sold separately). Using QuickBooks saves you lots of TIME, because the computer performs the tedious, time-consuming calculations and quickly summarizes relevant information for you. The "plug in" customizes QuickBooks specifically for real estate, mobile home, and note investing.
No experience needed! This course is designed for the real estate, mobile home, or note investor who has little or no accounting, tax, or QuickBooks knowledge. There are many different ways to do the same thing. This course teaches you just one way to do things, over and over and over again. That keeps things simple and drives home the lesson for non-accountants.
For People Who HATE Accounting. Most real estate investors are far more interested in making money on deals than in learning the intricacies of tax law and accounting entries. This book is for you.
Most people learn best by example. Lots and lots of them are included in the book. You still should read the text. But to help you put it all together, there are plenty of examples with numbers plugged in. And the examples are written in plain English, not "taxese."
The Bottom Line: You can pay $299 now, or you can pay MUCH more when:
It's your call...$299 now, or much more later!
- Your accountant quickly does the books at a high billing rate to squeeze out your return at the last minute;
- The IRS figures your taxable income for you (it'll be high!) and charges penalties and interest;
- You miss out on the deductions that are your LEGAL right; and
- You make the wrong decisions for your business due to incomplete information.