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The passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in December 2017 – the most comprehensive tax legislation in more than 30 years – will have far-reaching impacts.
As with most things related to personal finance and investing, each investor’s situation is unique, and only personal review by a competent finance or tax expert could provide true guidance.
But it’s clear the new law’s changes could impact real estate investors, depending on each unique situation.
Amanda Han and Matt McFarland from Keystone CPAs work almost exclusively with real estate investors.
They list what they believe are the most impactful changes (or in some cases no changes) from the new law for both full-and part-time real estate investors:
Retirement accounts could provide tax advantages for real estate investors.
An item that remains unchanged is the ability for investors to use retirement accounts (such as Traditional and Roth IRAs) to invest in property.
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