The real estate industry is in a constant state of flux due to a constantly changing market and other conditions.
The variables influencing how and when property is acquired, developed, and utilized is a complex formula that is different for each company. Whether you focus on property development, management, or you are a real estate investor, broker, or agent, our team of experienced professionals can help. To ensure your company’s formula is producing expected results, it is essential to work with a CPA firm that not only understands traditional tax, accounting, and audit, but one that is intimately familiar with the common financial issues and challenges faced as well.
Let’s face it; if a provider does not have experience in your industry then there is limited value they can offer. As companies grow and evolve, so do their accounting, tax, audit, and planning needs. Hanson & Co. works with dozens of real estate companies across the Front Range to address compliance, planning, and growth issues.
Real Estate Accounting Services
- Transaction Structuring
- 1031 Like-Kind Exchange Consulting and Calculations
- Cost Segregation Studies
- Colorado Capital Gain Subtractions
- Conservation Easement issues
- Real Estate Professional Status/Grouping Strategies
- Passive Activity Rules
- Tax Basis Consulting – Encumbered Real Estate
- Retirement Plan Audit
- Tax Planning and Compliance
- State and Local Taxes
- Choice of Entity Selection
Looking for an experienced firm that understands the issues and challenges faced by manufacturing companies and their shareholders? If so, then contact us today! For additional information on our manufacturing industry experience, please contact Hanson & Co. at (303) 388-1010, or click here to contact us.
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