Anderson Business Advisors Podcast
Tax Tuesday with Toby Mathis 06-09-2020

Tax Tuesday with Toby Mathis 06-09-2020

June 16, 2020

With hundreds of tax questions to answer from thousands of people, Toby Mathis and Jeff Webb of Anderson Advisors requested backup. Additional team members include: Eliot Thomas, attorney and accountant; Piao Sam, tax supervisor, and Tavia Harter, bookkeeping services. Do you have a tax question? Submit it to taxtuesday@andersonadvisors.

Highlights/Topics: 

  • If you lend money to your business, can it be interest-free? If there must be interest, then how much is required? Depends on loan amount; under $10,000, interest isn’t required
  • What questions should be asked when interviewing a bookkeeper for a syndicated apartment investment? Ask for their real estate, multifamily syndication, and partnership experience to determine if they understand concept of accounting for such investments
  • Is it possible to sell a piece of raw land to our real estate entity to have the entity pay taxes upon sale, instead of personally paying? Yes, but instead, consider contributing raw land to real estate entity rather than selling it to them
  • My husband and I use our self-directed IRAs to loan hard money to real estate investors. We hold the note on the property and interest is paid back directly into the IRA at closing, when the note is paid off. What tax documents do we have to provide the borrower each year? Form 1098 and/or Form 1099-INT
  • If I transfer my rental property that has a mortgage to a land trust that’s under an LLC, what happens to the depreciation that I’ve been using for the past years when I do my taxes? No difference; depreciation, basis, and more all stay the same
  • If my job has been furloughed and I want to take money out of my work’s 401(k) and move it to a self-directed IRA, are there new rules to follow? Will it be counted as income? New laws allow you to do certain things, such as rollover money, but your 401(k) plan must also allow the transfer, but it won’t be considered income  
  • What is the best entity to use as a real estate agent? S Corp, if state allows it 

 

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Resources:

Tax-Wise Business Ownership by Toby Mathis (Promo Code for free copy/shipping: TUESDAY) Infinity Investing Workshop 

1-day Online Tax-Wise Class

CARES Act

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Flexibility Act

https://andersonadvisors.com/shop/

Real Estate Professional Requirements

Applicable Federal Rates (AFR) 

Individual Retirement Arrangements (IRAs) 

Traditional and Roth IRAs

501(c)(3)

Wills and Trusts

Schedule E

Bonus Depreciation

Depreciation Recapture

Section 179

Cost Segregation

Schedule K-1/Form 1065

Unrelated Business Income Tax (UBIT) 

Unrelated Debt-Financed Income (UDFI)

1098 Form

1099 Forms for Sole Proprietors

1099-INT

1099-R

Self-Employment Tax

QuickBooks

26 U.S. Code 280A

Rich Dad Poor Dad

Capital Gains Exclusion/Section 121

The IRA Club

Tax Code 7702

Franchise Tax Board

U.S. Department of the Treasury

Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

Small Business Administration (SBA)

Taking your Real Estate Business to the Next Level

Healing Veterans Through Surfing – Operation Surf

1 Veteran Foundation

Toby Mathis

Anderson Advisors

Anderson Advisors Events

Events@andersonadvisors.com

Anderson Advisors Tax and Asset Protection Event

Tax-Wise Workshop

Anderson Advisors on YouTube

Anderson Advisors on Facebook

Anderson Advisors Podcast

Healing Veterans Through Surfing - Operation Surf

Healing Veterans Through Surfing - Operation Surf

June 11, 2020

Once a professional surfer, Van Curaza has dedicated his life to helping others suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) through surfing. Today, Toby Mathis of Anderson Business Advisors talks to Van about Operation Surf—Healing Veterans Through Surfing. The program has therapeutic results. It’s not therapy or treatment. It's life-changing and life-saving.

Highlights/Topics: 

  • Why establish Operation Surf? Going through his own journey of recovery through addiction, Van wanted to not be so selfish, but give back. 
  • What started the process of helping active duty warriors? Rodney Roller, a Navy Corpsman and amputee surfer wanted to go surfing, again. 
  • Why focus on service members? Van understands wanting to be good at what you want to do when given a purpose and feeling of self-worth/self-efficacy to succeed in life. 
  • If a veteran is suffering from PTSD, do they get referred to Operation Surf? Due to extensive airtime, Van gets inquiries from all over the United States, as well as from locals that want to be involved.
  • Why are outdoor recreational programs beneficial to veterans? Research studies and data prove that getting people out into nature, into the ocean is helpful for PTSD.
  • What does it take to surf? An attitude adjustment. Most people think being able to surf means standing on two legs and standing on a surfboard. You're not going to surf like Van. You're going to surf like you.
  • Just say, “Yes,” why? To create connections and relationships. Learn the effects and challenges that others are trying to overcome. Help somebody for the right reasons.
  • Why vett veterans? As a non-profit organization, Operation Surf’s vetting process has veterans express their willingness to move forward and achieve maximum effectiveness 
  • What does Van look for in volunteers/instructors at Operation Surf? Ability to work together and understand your population by speaking their language to trigger specific behaviors, words, or actions. 
  • How can people help Operation Surf? Volunteer, donate, sponsor, participate, and bond. Whether it’s time, money—whatever you can do.  

Resources

Operation Surf

Twitter @operationsurf

Instagram @operationsurf

Facebook @operationsurf

Resurface (Netflix Documentary)

The Impact of Ocean Therapy on Veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder by Dr. Russell Crawford 

Operation Comfort

Charities and Non-Profit Organizations

Form 1023

Toby Mathis

Anderson Advisors

Anderson Advisors Tax and Asset Protection Event

Anderson Advisors on YouTube

Passive Real Estate Investing and Single-Family Properties

Passive Real Estate Investing and Single-Family Properties

June 9, 2020

When it comes to investing in single-family homes, it's about the market and understanding the location. Does it have what you want—cash flow, appreciation, or a combination of the two? Today, Clint Coons of Anderson Business Advisors talks to Marco Santarelli about passive real estate investing and single-family properties. Marco is the founder and CEO of Norada Real Estate Investments, a nationwide provider of turnkey cash-flow investment properties. Also, he’s the author of Passive Real Estate Investing and host of the Passive Real Estate Investing Podcast. Marco is on a mission to create wealth and passive income by giving people a path to financial freedom with real estate.  

Highlights/Topics: 

 

  • Why did Marco become an out-of-state real estate investor? Competition and high prices forced him out of his market. Investing in markets miles away made more sense.
  • Why invest in only red or blue states? As far as returns go, a lot of that has to do with property or state taxes, or unintended consequences of policies from politicians.
  • How many new investors are going to be interested in investing in that market in the future? None. In California, they’re intentionally trying to destroy the rental market.
  • What’s Marco’s criteria when finding properties? It's not always and only about the property. When investing, take a macro view of things.
  • What are Marco’s Rules of Successful Real Estate Investing? No. 6 is to take a top-down approach. Select real estate markets that align with your investment goals. 
  • With real estate, are there enough opportunities? The United States has more than 400 major metropolitan statistical areas and large regions.
  • Is all real estate local? There's truth in that. Some even think all real estate is not just local, but hyper-local.
  • What are the ABCs of ‘hot’ markets, right now? Atlanta, Baltimore, Carlton, and Dallas. When it comes to making investments, it’s all market data-driven. 
  • Can Marco’s business actually source properties for people? Yes, that's one of the many value-added services. People and properties make his business work.
  • What criteria does Marco consider? What’s his process for helping investors? Everything always starts with a strategy session. It's free and takes 15 minutes to an hour, depending on the level of complexity and questions asked.
  • Why is Marco not a fan of the one-stop-shop concept? There are different resources available to investors, including lenders, property managers, title companies, home inspectors, appraisers, asset protection attorneys, CPAs, and tax advisers. 

Resources

 

Free Book: https://www.noradarealestate.com/freebook/ 

(https://www.noradarealestate.com/freebook/?utm_source=AndersonAdvisors)

Free Strategy Session: https://www.noradarealestate.com/contact

(https://www.noradarealestate.com/contact/?utm_source=AndersonAdvisors)

10 Rules of Successful Real Estate Investing

Section 8 Housing

Clint Coons

Anderson Advisors

Anderson Advisors Tax and Asset Protection Event

Anderson Advisors on YouTube

Tax Tuesdays with Toby Mathis 05-26-2020

Tax Tuesdays with Toby Mathis 05-26-2020

June 2, 2020

Is it time for a fun and educational drinking game? It depends. Do you need clarification on different options in the CARES Act? You’re not alone, so does the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and U.S. Department of the Treasury. Toby Mathis and Jeff Webb of Anderson Advisors answer your tax questions. Do you have a tax question? Submit it to taxtuesday@andersonadvisors.

Highlights/Topics: 

  • How do I go about researching business tax strategies? Where can I find a list of strategies? Get a free copy of Toby Mathis’s book, Tax-Wise Business Ownership 
  • With COVID-19, will the IRS grant forgiveness with arrears on payroll taxes? No
  • Can I take the 10K advance from the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL), deny the loan, and roll it into the CARES Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)? An up to $10,000 advance is a grant that doesn’t need to be paid back and isn’t rolled into PPP
  • As a flipper in VA, is it worth incorporating to avoid dealer status and is avoiding such actually possible? Yes, if you have the intent to rehab and sell a property, not rent/invest
  • What are the basic benefits of the S-Corp? Limited liability, income not subject to self-employment income, and accountable plan 
  • If I haven’t yet filed a tax return for my corporation, can I still qualify for EIDL or PPP, as the sole owner/operator? Yes, you’ll qualify for EIDL, if in business on Feb. 15  

 

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Go to iTunes to leave a review of the Tax Tuesday podcast. 

 

Resources:

 

Tax-Wise Business Ownership by Toby Mathis (Promo Code for free copy/shipping: TUESDAY) 

Infinity Investing Workshop 

1 Veteran Foundation

CARES Act

Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

U.S. Department of the Treasury

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL)

Real Estate Professional Requirements

501(c)(3)

Individual Retirement Arrangements (IRAs) 

Traditional and Roth IRAs

Cost Segregation

Depreciation Recapture

Bonus Depreciation

Section 179

CoreVest Finance

Equifax

Dun and Bradstreet

TransUnion

Coronavirus Tax Relief

Families First Coronavirus Response Act 

Tax Code 7702

1031 Exchange

Self-Employment Tax

Schedule E

26 U.S. Code 1231

Wills and Trusts

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA)

Unrelated Business Income Tax (UBIT) 

Unrelated Business Taxable Income (UBTI)

Franchise Tax Board

Capital Gains Exclusion/Section 121

Form 1023 Application

Form 1099-R

Trader Tax Status

457b

403b

Toby Mathis

Anderson Advisors

Anderson Advisors Events

Events@andersonadvisors.com

Anderson Advisors Tax and Asset Protection Event

Tax-Wise Workshop

Anderson Advisors on YouTube

Anderson Advisors on Facebook

Anderson Advisors Podcast

 

 

An In-Depth Look with PEOs

An In-Depth Look with PEOs

May 28, 2020

Remember when you used to thumb through actual yellow and white pages of a phonebook to find people and services? In this episode, Toby Mathis of Anderson Advisors talks to Fred Lovingier, District Manager for Insperity, a professional employer organization (PEO). Fred has more than 15 years of management, marketing, and sales experience. 

Highlights/Topics: 

  • What is a PEO? Outsourcing firm that provides services to small- and medium-sized businesses
  • Why work with Insperity? Buying power and outsourcing 
  • What are the two main reasons why you should consider a PEO? Stabilize high volatility in healthcare costs and employee liability
  • What are business owners’ top concerns? Don’t want to deal with other people
  • Does Insperity offer employees access to a group health plan at the same price as other big companies? Yes, just like Walmart, Coca-Cola, and UnitedHealthcare
  • What about workers’ comp benefits? Workers’ comp is based on a safety rating or mod number addressed as so much per hundred of payroll
  • What’s Insperity’s rule of thumb? Vetted company that becomes a client, automatically reduces its current workers’ comp 10%; dangerous fields costs more money
  • Whenever a PEO charges or consumes savings, what happens? Buying power is used to create offsets that help make the cost of doing business tolerable
  • What if business owners carry health insurance? Most business people know that they’ll get a new rate, typically higher, every year
  • What’s typical misconceptions about who’s liable? It's almost impossible to get a group plan these days; but you can go in combination with a group
  • Can people be fired or released? Yes, but they may maintain direction and control of their company and receive onboarding/offboarding assistance
  • What's the magic number or sweet spot for a PEO? Groups between five and 5,000
  • How much does it cost? Typically, it’s less than the cost of hiring somebody, but the quality is significantly higher
  • What is Insperity’s vision and mission? Give people the support and tools they need to grow and help businesses succeed for communities to prosper
  • How long do Insperity’s clients stay? On average, clients stay 6.8 years, which represents an 80–85% renewal rate each year

Resources

Fred Lovingier on LinkedIn

Insperity

Fred Simonds's Website

Fred Simonds’s Office: 10845 Griffith Peak Dr., Suite 500, Las Vegas, NV 89135

Fred Simonds’s Phone: 702-470-1948

Fred Simonds’s Mobile Phone: 702-203-0063

Fred Simonds’s Fax: 866-422-1927

Yellow Pages

Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

UnitedHealthcare 

Workers’ Comp

COBRA Management

National Association of PEOs

Toby Mathis

Anderson Advisors

Anderson Advisors Tax and Asset Protection Event

Anderson Advisors on YouTube

Secrets Of Profiting With Mobile Homes

Secrets Of Profiting With Mobile Homes

May 26, 2020

There are different ways to invest in real estate. Have you tried them all? If not, consider mobile/manufactured homes. Today, Clint Coons of Anderson Business Advisors talks to Glenn Stromberg of Stromberg Investment Group. Glenn describes the profit potential in alternative types of real estate investments. He began his real estate career in 1982 and has 37 years of experience in the mobile home industry. Glenn is giving our listeners 50% off his online course to learn how to invest in mobile/manufactured homes: Mobile Homes Investment Education (Coupon Code: Anderson).

Highlights/Topics: 

  • What is Glenn’s take on investing in real estate, specifically single-family homes? Buy manufactured homes and follow the same strategy.
  • What are mobile and manufactured homes? Real estate, not trailers. Homes go on concrete runners and tied into concrete. Many are wood-frame or vinyl construction. Siding and skirting options vary. 
  • Do mobile/manufactured homes qualify for financing? Yes, the same FHA financing as a single-family house is possible.
  • Are construction standards associated with mobile/manufactured homes? Homes built since 1990 meet construction standards. 
  • What do most people not understand about mobile/manufactured homes?  Homes that meet construction standards are built just as strong or better than other homes.
  • Why are these homes cash cows and gold mines? They're built in a factory, they come out at a better price, and they cost less. 
  • What do these homes offer investors and tenants? They get more square footage for the dollar, whether they buy or lease them. 
  • Are these homes listed on MLS, as manufactured and/or mobile homes? Yes. 
  • Is there much competition from companies considering manufacturing/mobile homes? No, they skip that designation because they view it as inferior.
  • Do mobile/manufactured homes depreciate? A personal property mobile home will depreciate. When on land, it goes up/down with single-family house business. 
  • When you remodel a manufactured home, is there anything you have to know? It's much easier because permits don’t need to be pulled, and the process is completed sooner. 
  • How much do mobile/manufactured vs. traditional homes cost? $80,000-$90,000 vs. $250,000-$275,000.
  • Are there zoning requirements for mobile/manufactured homes? Depends on location, city, county, and state.

Resources

Mobile Homes Investment Education (50% off coupon code is: Anderson)

Stromberg Investment Group

Clayton Homes

Federal Housing Administration (FHA)

MLS

Think Realty

Ben Carson

Fannie Mae

Freddie Mac

Clint Coons

Anderson Advisors

Anderson Advisors Tax and Asset Protection Event

Anderson Advisors on YouTube

Investment Securities & PPM

Investment Securities & PPM

May 21, 2020

Signs are pointing to big opportunities, so position yourself to take action when investing in real estate. However, avoid mistakes that put you in the ‘big house’ wearing an orange jumpsuit. For example, do you know how to put together an operating agreement to buy an apartment complex? Today, Clint Coons of Anderson Business Advisors talks to Dugan Kelley, a securities attorney and co-founder of Kelley Clarke, PC. As chairman of the firm’s securities and real estate practice group, Dugan assists clients in all phases of multifamily, commercial, and residential acquisitions and sales. Also, Dugan serves as a mediator for other attorneys or settlement counsel for complex litigation matters that require unique solutions. 

Highlights/Topics: 

  • Should you partner with friends/family on real estate investments? Manage expectations. Anytime you take money from someone, they expect a return on that investment. 
  • What’s the difference between raising capital as a security versus a capital contribution? There’s no friends or family exemption to securities. Contributing equal shares is a joint venture and involves an active role in buying/managing the entity/asset.
  • What are the penalties for legal mistakes? Avoid being cheap by taking short-cuts on the legal side. There’s potential for severe/massive fines, penalties, and criminal charges.
  • What is the purpose of a Private Placement Memorandum? Protect yourself as a sponsor or syndicator and your investors by identifying potential real estate risks.
  • When and who should create a Letter of Intent (LOI)? After a property is under contract and through your entity, not your individual name.
  • When should new operators/investors call a securities attorney? After conducting due diligence to determine the possibility to raise capital on property. 
  • What information needs to be provided to the securities attorney to set up a syndication or transfer entity to start raising capital? LOI and Private Placement Memorandum.
  • Is public registration necessary for private placement offerings? Two exemptions: 506b (pre-existing, substantive relationships) or 506c (restricted to accredited investors).  
  • Should an individual manager create a separate entity to be responsible for the debts and obligations of the syndicated entity? Anybody can be sued for anything. Securities is not something that you want to mess with—cover your assets.
  • How to vet deals and investors by identifying red flags? Know what you are buying, your rights and obligations, and who gets paid what and when. 

Resources

Dugan Kelley's Email

Kelley Clarke, PLLC: Legal Services

Purpose, Passion & Profit

Treasured Vessels Foundation

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)

Rule 506 of Regulation D

506(b)

506(c)

Grant Cardone

LegalZoom

Freddie Mac

Fannie Mae

HUD

Clint Coons

Anderson Advisors

Anderson Advisors Tax and Asset Protection Event

Anderson Advisors on YouTube

Tax Tuesdays with Toby Mathis 05-12-2020

Tax Tuesdays with Toby Mathis 05-12-2020

May 19, 2020

Do you loathe the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Small Business Administration (SBA)? Why? Lately, both are doing everything possible to undo what Congress is doing to provide financial assistance and relief related to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). Toby Mathis and Jeff Webb of Anderson Advisors answer your tax questions and clarify information about the CARES Act. Do you have a tax question? Submit it to taxtuesday@andersonadvisors.

Highlights/Topics: 

  • Updates on Tax Impact of CARES Act:
    • Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) 
    • Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL)
    • Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions (HEROES) Act
  • My wife is 60. In 2019, she had $13,200 of Social Security income and $0 in income earned from work. Can she contribute to her health savings account (HSA) for 2019? High-deductible health plan is required to make contributions to HSA
  • What’s the best way to set up a real estate LLC, if you’re an investor that does both buy and hold, and fix and flips? Split them; put buy and holds into LLC or partnership, and fix and flips into S- or C-Corp
  • If I pull equity from a house, does the money need to go back into the house or can I use it on another property or for other things? You can use it for whatever you want, but deduct interest on Schedule A
  • Can we write off donations to our nonprofit, even though we still haven’t been approved for 501(c)(3) status? Yes, you have 27 months from the application date to get approval 
  • Is it too late to apply for a PPP loan for a contract worker? No, but apply ASAP
  • Will there be a penalty (forgiveness/tax) for paying an employee more than the average 2019 salary calculated (PPP) because of overtime or pension plan payments? There’s no penalty to help with forgiveness amount, but can’t pre-pay anything  

For all questions/answers discussed, sign up to be a Platinum member to view the replay!

Go to iTunes to leave a review of the Tax Tuesday podcast. 

Resources:

Infinity Investing Workshop 

CARES Act

HEROES Act

SECURE Act

Small Business Administration (SBA)

Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

U.S. Government Accountability Office (U.S. GAO)

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL)

Coronavirus Tax Relief

Individual Retirement Arrangements (IRAs) 

Traditional and Roth IRAs

IRS Payment Tool

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA)

Self-Employment Tax

Unemployment Insurance

Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here

Real Estate Professional Requirements

501(c)(3)

Schedule A

Schedule E

457b

403b

Employer Identification Number (EIN)

Schedule K-1/Form 1065

Wills and Trusts

1031 Exchange

Cost Segregation

Section 1031

Section 1245

1244 Stock

Capital Gains Exclusion/Section 121

Form 1099

Form 1099-H

Depreciation Recapture

Bonus Depreciation

Franchise Tax Board

25 CFR 162.2

Lady Bird Deeds

Toby Mathis

Anderson Advisors

Anderson Advisors Events

Events@anderssonadvisors.com

Anderson Advisors Tax and Asset Protection Event

Tax-Wise Workshop

Anderson Advisors on YouTube

Anderson Advisors on Facebook

Anderson Advisors Podcast

Taking your Real Estate Business to the Next Level

Taking your Real Estate Business to the Next Level

May 12, 2020

Are you taking time to retool and rethink everything you’re doing in real estate investing? Don’t pass up opportunities. Today, Clint Coons of Anderson Business Advisors talks to Adam Adams from BlueSpruce Holdings. Adam took the plunge into part-time real estate investing, but it quickly became his full-time passion. He has educated and inspired thousands of investors and influencers to build and take their businesses to the next level.

Highlights/Topics: 

  • How did Adam get started in real estate? Christmas present that led to paying property taxes as a child, although he didn’t do anything wrong; eventually, sold it for profit
  • What is BlueSpruce Holdings? Finds and manages apartment communities to allow passive investors diversification, cash flow, tax benefits, and freedom of time
  • What is Adam’s primary role in the company? Attract capital, so far successfully raising millions of dollars from private investors and continuing to grow his company’s brand
  • What leads to bigger and better deals? Whether people know, like, and trust you
  • Why are we here? Why are we different? Because...don’t fake it till you make it
  • What are the main components to success? Social media, live events, and meetup/mastermind groups
  • Why do people keep coming back? Even if weekly topic isn’t perfect fit, they make sure that they're there because they can start doing business with other serious people 
  • Why does marketing matter when launching a podcast?  
    • Episodes: Make sure to have more than one episode ready and post consistently
    • Ratings and Reviews: Ask for ratings and reviews to gain traction and get noticed
    • Avatar: Attract, understand, and think like your perfect client/target avatar
  • What podcast services does Adam offer? Create, manage, edit, and promote for a fee
  • What is Adam’s complete money back guarantee? By charging a set amount and understanding the algorithm, he can easily get a top 1% podcast

Resources

BlueSpruce Group

BlueSpruce Holdings

Creative Real Estate Podcast

Adam Adams Real Estate Meetup

Best Ever Conference

Joe Fairless

Rich Dad Poor Dad

Russell Brunson

Steven Pesavento's Investor Mindset Podcast 

BiggerPockets

Clint Coons

Anderson Advisors

Anderson Advisors Tax and Asset Protection Event

Anderson Advisors on YouTube

Tax Tuesdays with Toby Mathis 04-28-2020

Tax Tuesdays with Toby Mathis 04-28-2020

May 5, 2020

Do you know all there is to know about the relief provisions in the CARES Act for accessing money due to the COVID-19 crisis? It absolutely has an impact on health and the economy. None of it is going as planned, but additional guidance is available. Toby Mathis and Jeff Webb of Anderson Advisors answer your tax questions during this challenging time. Do you have a tax question? Submit it to taxtuesday@andersonadvisors.

Highlights/Topics: 

  • Updates on Tax Impact of COVID-19:
    • Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and Health Care Enhancement Act passed, signed into law
    • Other than deadline to July 15, states not allowing deferred payments
    • Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) is not a loan, but an emergency grant
  • How do I file for unemployment payments if I'm an independent contractor? Independent contractors are now eligible, but most states aren't set up yet to do distributions
  • Do you know why some people received $1,200 in their account while others didn't? Even when they use ACH? People using TurboTax, H&R Block, Jackson Hewitt, and Liberty Tax got or asked for an advance on their refund for a small fee
  • Does the CARES Act allow me to deduct losses from W-2 income with prior year accumulated passive activity losses? No changes were made to passive activity loss rules; if you accumulated PAL, you cannot carry those back
  • Can I apply for unemployment and the PPP? Yes, the two are completely separate
  • Can I deduct my entire home cost since all of us are working from home? No, if working from home as an employee, it's an employee/non-reimbursable expense 
  • I have not done my 2019 taxes. Can I still apply for CARES under government bailout programs? Yes, just use something as a backup
  • Can I apply for PPP if I did with one bank that has not approved the loan? Yes
  • How much EIDL can I qualify for? How is it calculated? Up to $2 million; half of your gross profit
  • Any idea when money is deposited after signing the PPP loan? Yes, 10 days after receiving an E-tran number, bank has to provide funding
  • Can passive losses from cost segregation be taken on W-2 income if spouse is a real estate professional? Yes, either spouse qualifies, as long as married and filing jointly
  • Would getting my real estate license have more benefits for being a real estate professional? Depends if you're using it

For all questions/answers discussed, sign up to be a Platinum member to view the replay!

Go to iTunes to leave a review of the Tax Tuesday podcast. 

Resources:

Infinity Investing Workshop 

Tax-Wise Business Ownership by Toby Mathis

Unlock Free Money from the New Stimulus Bill - CARES Act with Clint Coons and Toby Mathis

CARES Act

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL)

Coronavirus Tax Relief

COVID-19 and the Family and Medical Leave Act Questions and Answers

Small Business Administration (SBA)

Individual Retirement Arrangements (IRAs) 

Traditional and Roth IRAs

Self-Employment Tax

Unemployment Insurance

Non-Filers: Enter Payment Info Here

Airbnb/Short-term Rentals

Real Estate Professional Requirements

Depreciation Recapture

Schedule A

Schedule C

Schedule E

Capital Gains Exclusion/Section 121

Form 1099

26 U.S. Code Section 139

IRS Payment Tool

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA)

469c7

K-1 Form

Wills and Trusts

501(c)(3)

1031 Exchange

Toby Mathis

Anderson Advisors

Anderson Advisors Events

Anderson Advisors Tax and Asset Protection Event

Tax-Wise Workshop

Anderson Advisors on YouTube

Anderson Advisors on Facebook

Anderson Advisors Podcast

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