Ahead of Tax Day, lawyer and tax expert Jason Holliday explains basic things real estate agents need to know about filing taxes as independent contractors
by Marian McPherson | Mar 5
Think ahead to 2020, and get your plan in order for the new tax year
by Christy Murdock Edgar | Nov 24
Opinion
However you decide to make your business plan this year, remember to leave a little extra room for kindness and compassion. Apply it generously and often
by Rachael Hite | Nov 20
The selling year has its own ebb and flow, and when it slows, agents should take time for themselves
by Nicole Solari | Oct 29
Submitting the form allows you to qualify your rental property as a business and become eligible for related tax deductions
by Veronika Bondarenko | Oct 14
Even a slight mistake could end up costing a lot of money; a lot of stress; and, worst of all, tarnish your reputation.
by Ryan Ellis | Sep 25
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan has proposed a 51 cent tax on rides to fund affordable housing projects
by Marian McPherson | Sep 19
Renewable energy and other tax benefits are a few of the items they can take advantage of now
by Kayla Matthews | Sep 16
Owning a vacation rental complicates tax season, but getting it right is still essential
by Jim Dalrymple II | Apr 4
Find out if your business can be set up to function in accordance with Section 199A
by Scott Coles | Apr 3
Not everyone is cut out for the responsibilities that come with owning a home
by Jack Guttentag | Jul 10
New report expects boon in construction for senior housing
by Patrick Kearns | Apr 16
Investing it in the right ways will make you a better agent
by Chad Goldwasser | Mar 29
Opinion
How to cash in on investing post-tax reform
by Tom Wheelwright | Feb 1
The final text of the bill marking the biggest change to the U.S. tax structure in decades has been released