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When it comes to working out your tax deductions, what can and can’t you deduct? In this article, we explore 8 major tax-deductible expenses that landlords can take advantage of to minimize their income tax bill at the end of the year

If you are looking for a way to make money in the new year and beyond, you should definitely consider investing in rental properties.

January 14, 2020
Resource Centers: Setting Rent Prices
Property is a great investment. Sometimes, values go down due to the economy, but the economy has a way of always bouncing back. Property values rise again. And rental property is a way to keep income coming in regularly.

Real estate is a popular industry for consumers to start building their investment portfolio. While it may not be the flashiest and largest addition to your portfolio, it is a solid place to get your feet wet. 

Although property renting is fairly straight forward, there are still things that new tenants must watch out for and check before they rent.

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