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- Tennessee Rentals and the FONCE ExemptionJust this past month we had another situation arise with a client being assessed additional taxes by the State of Tennessee JUST FOR THE PRIVILEGE of having an LLC. As we all know, an LLC is critical for asset protection when owning a rental, but if you are doing business in Tennessee it’s critical you understand some additional rules for filing your entity. Essentially, the Tennessee LLC is subject to a franchise and excise tax for the privilege of doing business in their state. The tax is based on the entity’s net-worth, or the book value of all real estate, and taxed at the rate of 25 cents per $100, and annual minimum tax of $100. Several exemptions exist to avoid paying this tax and the one we use for most of our clients is the “FONCE” (Family-owned non-corporate entity) exemption. There are two requirements to qualify for the FONCE… ... Read more
- Piercing The Corporate Veil – What You NEED to Know that could save Your Personal AssetsOne of the primary advantages of incorporating your business is that the business owners are not held personally liable for the debts or liabilities of the entity. Now this ENTIRE TOPIC encompasses all entities, such as the C-Corporation, S-Corporation, Limited Liability Company (LLC), Limited Partnership (LP), Professional Corporation (PC), etc… All of these entities provide for the asset protection of a “Corporate Veil”. The purpose of this Corporate Veil is to protect the investors, owners and officers from losing their ‘personal’ assets if something goes wrong in the business. However, there are limits to this protection. In fact, under some circumstances, you may have heard of a creditor piercing the “corporate veil” and reaching the assets of the business owner. While the law may differ slightly from state to state, the five (5) most common ways in which a business owner can lose the protection of the corporate veil… ... Read more
- 6 Common Business Scams to AvoidWe’re all looking for ways to create wealth and save costs and save taxes. But when a prospective tax scheme or business strategy sounds too good to be true, it usually is. That’s especially true in these trying economic times, when the wolves come out in sheep’s clothing. There are more crooks out there, and they’re looking for an edge. It’s a recipe for disaster. Here are some of the most common scams you should watch out for: 1. The corporate credit “shelf corporation.” I have had numerous clients come through my office wondering what they might do with a “shelf corporation” they paid $5,000 to $15,000 for. They were sold on flashy terms like Dunn and Bradstreet numbers, Paydex scores and unsecured credit, and how they would somehow win larger loans by using the shelf corporation name. The truth is there is no short-cut process. Building corporate credit takes time. 2.… ... Read more
- 10 Steps to Purchasing Your First Rental PropertyAs many of you know, I recommend to ALL of our clients to purchase at least one rental property a year for tax planning and wealth building benefits. It doesn’t have to be big, but at least something. I have created these “10 Steps to Purchasing Your First Rental” as a guide for many of my clients that are new investors. I hope this may even help some of you that are seasoned investors. HERE is my AMAZING, yet SIMPLE list: Make a Goal. Set a deadline to purchase your first rental. Stay committed. Let friends and family know your goal. Write it down and set short deadlines to be looking at property and making decisions, rather than just ‘buy rental by X date’. Set more manageable goals to get you to closing. Start Shopping. Just get out and start looking at rentals. Engage two or more realtors or investors in the markets… ... Read more
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