1. What Charlotte Business Owners Need to Know About 2018 Tax Law Changes

    Here at Camuso CPA, we offer a wide array of tax services for small business owners in Charlotte including tax preparation and tax planning. Financial service and technology companies are transitioning from employee driven revenue models to information driven revenue models. Camuso CPA strives to deliver useful insights and offer relevant explanations about the latest tax and financial topics. Be …Read More

  2. What Rising Property Taxes Means for Charlotte Apartment Owners and Renters

    Mecklenburg County will be issuing 365,000 property tax valuations this January. This will impact not only apartment owners and real estate owners but also renters. While property taxes typically have the biggest up-front impact on homeowners, who get the bills directly, this year’s revaluation is raising property values far more for commercial properties. That could mean higher property taxes f…Read More

  3. How 2018 Tax Law Changes Affects Real Estate Investors

    Here at Camuso CPA, we offer a wide array of tax services for investors including tax preparation and tax planning. Financial service and technology companies are transitioning from employee driven revenue models to information driven revenue models. Camuso CPA strives to deliver useful insights and offer relevant explanations about the latest tax and financial topics. In our Experienced CryptoCPA…Read More

  4. WHAT TO DO IF YOU STILL HAVE NOT REPORTED REAL ESTATE TAXES THIS YEAR

    For many individuals and investors, real estate represents the largest portion of their net worth. Here at Camuso CPA, we offer a wide array of tax services for real estate investors including tax preparation and tax planning. Before diving into the details of real estate and taxes, we wanted to ensure our readers that while this article provides helpful and detailed information, it does not const…Read More

  5. Charlotte Office Developers in Amenities Arm Race to Attract Tenants

    Companies looking to attract talent are now offering top amenities, a modern office space and a healthy work environment with a sense of community. Firms are willing to pay a higher rate for office space if it provides a place that employees want to work. One of the trends we have observed this year in commercial office space is enhancing the work environment. According to a recent Pew Research Ce…Read More

  6. How Real Estate Investing Impacts Investors Tax Rate

    Investors focus on real estate for a variety of reasons. There are great tax benefits for real estate investors and most investors agree that, while supplemental, they invest to reduce their tax burden. After consulting and strategizing with hundreds of investors, I’ve come to realize that most don’t actually know how real estate investing impacts tax rates. Here at Camuso CPA, we offer a wide…Read More

  7. How Tax Reform Impacts Real Estate Investors Tax Rates

    Here at Camuso CPA, we offer a wide array of tax services for real estate investors including tax preparation and tax planning. While the full implications of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act are still unraveling, a number of tax-planning opportunities have presented themselves. Here we will outline how performing cost segregation studies can lead to permanent tax savings. On 22 December 2017, the Presid…Read More

  8. Tax Reform Increases Cost Segregation Benefits for Real Estate Investors

    Here at Camuso CPA PLLC, cost segregation is just one of the services that we provide at our firm. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the term, cost segregation is simply the act of identifying the assets of a business, their value, and then classifying those assets in regards to the federal tax code. It can be beneficial for many businesses and investors. While the full implications of the …Read More

  9. As Rental Rates Rise, Charlotte South End Office Development Surges

    South End is undergoing substantial office construction, showing very high demand compared to other Charlotte markets. Average office rental rates in Midtown and South End have jumped from $24.68 per square foot, to $33.38. A 35-percent increase in 5 years, according to JLL. South End is an area of interest due to the multi-family boom over the last ten years and the amenities that have come to th…Read More

  10. Investors from Singapore and Canada Keep Driving Money into U.S. Apartment Sector

    Foreign buyers of U.S. apartment buildings spent well over $10 billion per quarter in recent quarters, above the volume seen in late 2016 and early 2017. A global economic expansion has been underway long enough for many investors to begin to worry about a potential downturn. But foreign money continues to flow into U.S. apartment properties, since these buildings are considered one of the safest …Read More