Small Businesses

The Investment Game

2012-12-12T12:51:54-07:00December 12th, 2012|Investing, Small Business, Strategy|

“I’m finally in it”, says the savvy investor.  I’m finally in the investment game!  He just had his first primetime real estate transaction.  He’s been thinking about doing it for years.  Finally with these prices, who can resist.  His house is set to close next week.  He wants to sit on it for awhile and [...]

Last Minute Tax Tips

2019-03-05T23:44:24-07:00December 15th, 2011|Tax Law|

Getting read to wrap up your end of year finances? Here are some tips on those pesky taxes. The “Occasional Baby Sitting” Tax Exemption So if you need a baby sitter during the holidays keep in mind that it could be tax deductible! The current FICA threshold of $1,700 per calendar year will increase to [...]

What are you going to do?

2011-11-16T11:53:03-07:00November 16th, 2011|Investing, Meeting, Networking|

I should write about AZREIA’s 9th Anniversary and what it means to be serving Arizona investors for so long, but I’m not going to. Maybe I should write about AZREIA bright future and changes we are making as we begin our 10th year, but I’m not going to. I should probably write about our new [...]

Tax Round-up: News You can Use

2010-05-25T12:10:14-07:00May 25th, 2010|Uncategorized|

Marianne K Kingman, LLM, JD President & CEO Kingman Winslow, LLC Tax Attorneys & Accountants We are THE Real Estate Tax Firm Energy Tax Credit One credit applies to primary residences. It is for 30% of the cost of upgrading an existing home to save energy. Items that qualify include: insulation, windows, doors, roofing, hot [...]