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Why You Should Rent to Your Business
There are no drawbacks to separating the real estate and business into separate LLCs that I’m aware of. Every attorney I’ve ever spoken with agrees on this. Real estate should never be held inside an S corporation or LLC treated as such. Any tax negatives are easily resolved with elections.
The issues involved with combining real estate and a business under an S corporation are many. Legally you limit your option and put asserts unnecessarily at risk. The tax problems are hard or impossible to resolve without inflicting additional tax pain.
Structured properly your business and assets can enjoy legal protections while basking in the light of lower taxes.
3 Steps I Took to Reach Financial Independence by Age 32
Once I digested that it was only a number I decided to do what I always did. I try lots of things, grow my business and expand my sources of income, much of it passive.
You see, I learned the most important step of all: It’s the journey that matters, not the destination. And I had the best mate in the world along for the ride.
It was that day when I was a 32 year old man that I learned to live life for the first time. Live, for Real.
The Best Rental Property You Can Buy
It’s official. I’m back in the real estate business!
Before you get too excited, let me explain. Waaaay back in the day I was a third owner of a real estate partnership with my dad and brother. We bought investment properties of all kinds. We specialized in single-family homes, but owned plenty of multi-unit buildings, storage and rooming houses.
My partners were more along the lines of the silent kind. I, of course, could bounce ideas off them, but the workload fell on me. I hired maintenance staff and crews and was always interviewing potential property managers. Before we closed shop we had taken an interest in 179 buildings (not all at once). At the peak we had somewhere north of 80 units scattered all over NE Wisconsin.
We sold properties frequently once our inventory grew. We held some properties longer — our first property was one of the last to be sold.