To be a really successful property investor, you need to have a great accountant.
There is no question that a good accountant will save you tens thousands of dollars – probably more – over your investing lifetime. And they will help reduce the risks inherent in property investing. And yes this comes at a cost. Unfortunately, we have to pay them – but it’s OK they are worth it!
When you are starting out in property investing, one of the trickiest parts is gathering the right advice and not overspending on professional fees. It is expensive to engage the wrong accountant whose advice is not tailored for your style of property investing.
Legal and accounting advice is essential for all property investors, but sometimes we just need to know how things work before we are ready to take on and pay for the full advice on offer. Or we want to know that the accountant we are going to, is the right fit for us instead finding an accountant by trial-and-error.
This month, we have a qualified accountant from one of Adelaide’s Major Accounting Firm, PKF Adelaide that specialises and conducts education in accounting for property investors/developers, sharing his knowledge and answering our questions on accounting for property investors/developers.
EVERYONE needs to come to this meeting, and hear the accounting questions answered that could help you save or earn tens of thousands of dollars, or more, in your investing.
Introducing this month’s speaker
Dom Cosentino from PKF Adelaide Chartered Accountants,
PKF Adelaide Chartered Accountants take care of over 1,000 individual investors.
This month, Dom will be talking on lessons he has learnt being an accountant for successful property investors, getting the right structure for your property investing and he will answer those burning accounting questions of all the Adelaide Property Meeting members who attend this meeting.
This will be the most-value accounting advice you can get – whether you are starting out or a seasoned investor!
At this month’s meeting we will cover:
- How you might structure a portfolio differently, depending on the kind of properties you are looking to buy
- How to get the most out of your accountant
- The best structure when you are buying your very first properties and why
- What is Net Present Value and how does this apply to property investing (this is a valuable lesson for all property investors!)
- Why Depreciation is Tax deferral not Tax avoidance
- Structuring Investment Properties
- Accounting tips for Property Developers CGT and GST “The accidental Property Developer”
- Accounting and Taxation tips for investors and developers
- Making the most out of rental properties
- Asset protection
- Multiple holdings and land tax
- And More……!
- Plus accounting questions and answers from the floor – Bring your questions and have them answered
Come and meet Dom, and network with other active property investors who are currently buying, developing, renovating and selling in the property market today.
Remember, you are always welcome to bring along friends or relatives who are interested in property investing – it is all about networking with like-minded people!
No Children Please