How to Choose an Accountant

As your business grows, you’ll need increased support to keep track of what is going on.

Your accountant is an important part of the support system that you rely on to manage and grow your business. So, choosing the right accountant for you and your business is a pivotal decision in your life.

It is easy to get distracted by the day-to-day running of your business and avoid the more mundane tasks of keeping your accounting records up to date. This is especially true if finances and taxes are not your strong suit.

Here’s what you should look for when you choose an accountant for your business:

1. Check Their Qualifications

In matters related to tax and finances, experience, and qualifications matter.

A qualified accountant with a significant amount of tax and business experience is worth its weight in gold. They will help you to navigate the tax code as well as provide insights and advice on how to maximize your business potential.

Choose a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), as they have proven knowledge and experience to help you and your business.

2. Find Someone Compatible

You will spend a considerable amount of time with your accountants and their staff. For this reason, choose someone that fits your personality and risk appetite.

You don’t necessarily need to become best friends, but it helps considerably if you like the person you’ll be working with.

3. Be Selective

You want an accountant who has time for you and is a good fit for your organization.

Take time to look at what types of businesses your potential accountant works with and whether they are happy with their work.

An integral part of your business success will revolve around having the right accountant in your corner.

Introducing Taxleaf

Moses Nae, CEO of TaxLeaf, Contador Miami, and the founder of Contador America is passionate about helping business owners maximize their business potential.

It is crucial that you consult with a knowledgeable and experienced accountant to help guide you through the various stages of growth in your business.

Here’s what one of our successful business owners has to say about the service and support they receive from being partnered with TaxLeaf:

Cesar Buenavista, Doral, Fl

“I am an Account Manager with TaxLeaf and have been working with clients for more than 6 years. The technology they provide is incredible. I have access to everything from my phone if I need it. They are very professional and provide excellent support for me and my employees.”

To help you learn more about how TaxLeaf can assist you with your accounting and tax needs, stop what you’re doing right now and click the link below.

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Franchising

Starting any business is risky.

Within the first year, 20% of small businesses fail. The following year, another 10% will fall by the wayside. By the end of year 3, 40% of owners see their business collapse. After that, there is a steady failure rate of around 5% until, by the 10th year, 66.4% of new businesses are dead in the water.

These scary figures come from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.

But what if you can buck the trend? What if there was a way to ensure that your investment in a new business is safe and secure? Well, you can by putting your hard-earned money into a franchise. The figures from a study conducted amongst franchise owners recently showed that over 90% survived after 2 years and 85% survived after 5 years.

So, what are the advantages and disadvantages of investing in a franchise?

Advantages of Franchising

Turnkey Business

Franchises are a known quantity. They have systems and standard operating procedures that are tried and tested. Businesses within the franchise network have a proven formula that works. And depending on the type of franchise you purchase, you essentially get a turnkey business with all the requirements in place from day one.

Brand Recognition

Rather than starting with zero publicity and public awareness, franchise businesses have a public profile. Your potential customers are already aware of the brand. Your clients want to deal with a reputable company and franchises provide the level of professionalism and trust that only comes from being in business for many years.

Buying Power

Franchises have buying power. Because of their large network of stores or locations, franchise owners get to benefit from the power of volume. With the backing of a large franchise organization, individual business owners get to enjoy the benefits that are normally only available to much larger organizations.

Higher Profits

You’ll get to enjoy higher profits, as the franchise is already set up with the right margins in place from day one. You won’t have to test the market and find the perfect profit percentage for your business as it is already done for you.

Lower Risk

Because all the risk factors have already been taken into account, your investment enjoys a lower risk than a new business with no track record. As we see above, new businesses are particularly vulnerable in the first 5 years of their lives. A franchise owner has a much better chance of making a success of their business than non-franchise business owners.

Disadvantages of Franchising

While there are many positives to buying into a franchise, there are a few things that you need to take into account to ensure that it is the right investment for you.

Restricting Regulations

Most franchises come with a long list of restrictive conditions. These rules and regulations are designed to give a business the maximum chance of succeeding and are based on experience and professional management expertise.

If your personality is not suited to following the rules, then you may struggle to adapt to this business environment. While you may feel you know better, the franchisor is the arbiter of what can and cannot be done with your franchise.

Here are a few of the things you may have little or no control over:

  • Products
  • Advertising and marketing
  • Resale conditions
  • Business location
  • Pricing
  • Signage
  • Layout
  • Décor
  • Hours of operation
  • Holidays

 

Initial Cost

The initial cost may well be higher than if you were to go it alone. However, the franchisor will have calculated exactly what you’ll need to meet your obligations. It is also good to remember that the franchisor needs you to do well. If you are a success, then they make more money and both parties win.

Ongoing Investment

While not all franchises require ongoing financial investment, others may require that you pay royalties, training costs, and advertising expenditures. You may also be required to upgrade shop fittings and billboards after a certain number of years.

Lack of Financial Privacy

Depending on the franchise agreement, you may have to present your financial statements to the franchisor regularly. If you don’t wish for anyone to know how well or poorly your business is doing, then this can be a stumbling block for some investors. This openness is not a bad thing though, as it allows the franchisor to offer timely advice if things are not going quite as well as you might have hoped.

But what if you could reduce the negatives and take advantage of all the positives that come from owning a long-running, successful franchise?

Introducing Taxleaf

Moses Nae, CEO of TaxLeaf, Contador Miami, and the founder of Contador America is passionate about helping business owners and investors maximize their returns.

It is crucial that you consult with a knowledgeable and experienced accountant to help guide you through the various stages of your franchise investment, especially if you are looking for ways to maximize your income.

Here’s what one of our successful business owners has to say about the service and support they receive from being partnered with TaxLeaf:

Cesar Buenavista, Doral, Fl

“I am an Account Manager with TaxLeaf and have been working with clients for more than 6 years. The technology they provide is incredible. I have access to everything from my phone if I need it. They are very professional and provide excellent support for me and my employees.”

To help you learn more about how TaxLeaf can assist you with investing in a franchise, stop what you’re doing right now and click the link below.

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What’s Going on with Florida Real Estate?

The Florida real estate market is pretty hot right now, with prices on the increase. This is great for sellers but not ideal for buyers.

When compared with the same period in 2021, Q1 2022 median sales prices are up over 21% with the trend expected to continue into 2023. However, with mortgage rates up about 1% from a year ago, the cost of borrowing money looks set to increase over the next couple of years.

What that means for you, if you’re interested in getting into real estate, is that now is a good time to get in, especially if you’re looking to invest in single-dwelling homes. The available stock is small and, based on the data, Florida enjoyed the highest increase nationally.

In fact, it was so good, that prices increased 50% more than in any other state.

With real estate providing an excellent hedge against inflation, it makes sense that you should consider Florida when planning your next property investment.

Which City’s Housing Markets are Booming in Florida?

So, which market is the best one to look at right now?

Tampa, situated along Florida’s Gulf Coast, had the biggest year-on-year home price increase of 32.5% in March 2022 among the 20 largest metro areas in the U.S.

Another Florida city that’s making a splash is Orlando. The home of Disney World and Universal Studios, one of the 40 major metro areas, placed first among the most improved housing markets by rising 138 spots on REALTORS’ ranking of the hottest housing markets.

What are 2022 Predictions for the Florida Housing Market?

Predictions from real estate professionals are that the housing market is going to remain buoyant for the remainder of 2022, going into the first quarter of 2023.

What might change the outlook, is if mortgage rates increase substantially.

Price Growth Could Slow due to High Mortgage Rates

Home purchasers with limited cash reserves may reconsider their purchase intentions if mortgage rates rise. This demand reduction will see some Florida markets’ price growth slow or stop. However, purchasers with more available liquidity and who can afford higher interest rates might feel more confident.  They will be able to locate homes they can afford if the price increase is moderated.

Florida’s supply of new homes has lagged behind population growth for the past 15 years.

Adding to that is the rise in post-pandemic migration to Florida, which widens the supply-demand imbalance and raises property prices. Buyers consequently lack confidence in their ability to locate a home they can afford. Fewer home sales follow from this.

So, lower-priced homes will be in demand and the smaller, less popular areas within the Florida market will see an increase in demand on the back of rising mortgage rates.

The larger metros will be harder hit than the smaller areas, with remote work on the rise and the move to a slower, less big-city feel gaining traction.

But, predicting the housing market cycle is always difficult. With a multitude of factors at play, trends could change from one month to the next. This is why finding property professionals who are dialed into the market is critical to avoiding costly mistakes.

Introducing Taxleaf

Moses Nae, CEO of TaxLeaf, Contador Miami, and the founder of Contador America is passionate about helping business owners and investors maximize their returns.

It is crucial that you consult with a knowledgeable and experienced accountant to help guide you through the various stages of investment, especially if you are looking for ways to maximize your retirement income.

Here’s what one of our successful business owners has to say about the service and support they receive from being partnered with TaxLeaf:

Cesar Buenavista, Doral, Fl

“I am an Account Manager with TaxLeaf and have been working with clients for more than 6 years. The technology they provide is incredible. I have access to everything from my phone if I need it. They are very professional and provide excellent support for me and my employees.”

To help you learn more about how TaxLeaf can assist you with real estate investment needs, stop what you’re doing right now and click the link below.

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Why Accounting is an Important Part of Your Business

It is easy to get caught up in your day-to-day business activities and forget that you need to keep accurate records.

That’s where accounting comes in. It helps to keep you organized so that the information you need is readily available. There is a difference though, between bookkeeping and accounting.

Accounting Helps to Make Sense of Your Business

Bookkeeping is concerned with the administrative and transactional aspects of your business. Once the transactions are recorded by a bookkeeper, accounting helps you to make sense of the information.

It helps you to make decisions and is an important tool to help you understand what is going on in your business. Accounting records help to ensure that your cash flow is positive and alert you early on that there might be a problem. You can then use that information to change course or make arrangements to ensure that your business has the resources it needs.

The IRS Requires Your Accounting Records

The IRS is also interested in your accounting records. They need schedules to support your tax returns as well as access to financial statements that determine the profitability of your business. Without a robust accounting system, you will struggle to satisfy the IRS’s demands for information.

The Banks and Investors Need Your Financial Statements

When you require a business loan or go looking for investors, the first thing they’ll be interested in is looking at your financial reports. These are compiled using your accounting system.

No records, no money!

Management Accounts Help You to Manage Your Business

Your accounting system also helps to keep you accountable. The timely recording of transactions and their effect on your profitability and cash flow will determine the success or failure of your business.

By recording your actual figures against a budget or projection, you’ll be able to measure your results and see whether your strategies are working.

Introducing Taxleaf

Moses Nae, CEO of TaxLeaf, Contador Miami, and the founder of Contador America is passionate about helping business owners maximize their business potential.

It is crucial that you consult with a knowledgeable and experienced accountant to help guide you through the various stages of growth in your business.

Here’s what one of our successful business owners has to say about the service and support they receive from being partnered with TaxLeaf:

Cesar Buenavista, Doral, Fl

“I am an Account Manager with TaxLeaf and have been working with clients for more than 6 years. The technology they provide is incredible. I have access to everything from my phone if I need it. They are very professional and provide excellent support for me and my employees.”

To help you learn more about how TaxLeaf can assist you with your bookkeeping and accounting needs, stop what you’re doing right now and click the link below.

Audit and Accounting Services

Or call us now to secure a FREE 30-Minute Consultation with one of our accounting experts.

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Real Estate Agents Win Again!

Real Estate Agents are uniquely placed to take advantage of the solutions offered to their clients when faced with the consequences of FIRPTA.

FIRPTA is short for the Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act. It affects property sold with a value greater than $300 000 or if the purchaser is not living in the home as their primary residence.

If a foreign national sells a property that meets these requirements, then 15% of the sales price is retained to cover any taxes due. If the property is held in a trust, then the retention increases to 35%.

What Can You Do to Avoid This?

There are various legal structures that one can use to avoid being liable under FIRPTA.

You can:

  • Purchasing the property in an LLC with more than one partner.
  • Make use of a trust structure set up by an accountant before the sale
  • Utilize a 1031 exchange.
  • Use the property as the buyers’ primary residence for more than 6 months each year.

Why Would the Seller and Buyer Want to Avoid FIRPTA?

FIRPTA is not a tax, it is rather a retention of funds, set off against one’s tax liability. The IRS uses the retention to cover any taxes due by the foreign seller. Should the taxes be less than the tax due, then the seller receives a refund.

The seller is therefore prevented from accessing their funds until the tax return is finalized, which may take many months or years. During this time, they lose the opportunity cost of the funds held by the IRS.

The buyer is placed at risk because they are ultimately liable under the statute. It is their responsibility to establish whether the transaction falls under FIRPTA and if it is, then a lien is executed over the property until the funds are paid over to the IRS.

The buyer has to make sure that the funds are paid over to the IRS.

But the risk doesn’t end there.

Both the escrow agent and the realtor are also possibly liable for the retention. It is thus in everybody’s interest to establish the non-foreign status of the parties to the transaction.

The benefits of Buying Property in a Company

As an investor, there are numerous benefits to purchasing your property in a company.

There is a separation of your investment assets from your personal assets, thus reducing the risk of personal liability should a problem occur.

There are various tax incentives available to property investors that make the cost of acquisition very attractive.

The use of companies and trusts is a well-established mechanism to structure one’s financial affairs to avoid onerous inheritance taxes and provide estate planning flexibility.

And it is also possible to avoid liability for retentions under FIRPTA.

Introducing TaxLeaf

Moses Nae, CEO of TaxLeaf, Contador Miami, and the founder of Contador America is passionate about helping foreign investors and business owners buy an existing business, open a new business, or invest in franchise businesses.

To avoid unnecessary costs and to reduce taxes, it is crucial that you consult with a knowledgeable and experienced tax accountant to help guide you through the process.

Here’s what one successful business owner has to say about the service and support they receive from being partnered with TaxLeaf:

Cesar Buenavista, Doral, Fl

“I am an Account Manager with TaxLeaf and have been working with clients for more than 6 years. The technology they provide is incredible. I have access to everything from my phone if I need it. They are very professional and provide excellent support for me and my employees.”

To help you learn more about how TaxLeaf can assist you in investing in property the right way, stop what you’re doing right now and call us now to secure a FREE 30-Minute Consultation with one of our tax experts.

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The Tax Guide to Independent 1099 Professionals

1099 contractors are responsible for their own taxes, not just at the end of the tax year but also quarterly. If you make over $600, then the company that paid you for your services will issue you with a 1099-MISC form indicating the amount of your earnings.

However, even if you don’t receive the 1099-MISC, the IRS is still informed of your earnings. That’s when you need to declare your earnings on your annual income tax return on Schedule C along with all your business earnings and expenses.

As an independent contractor, keeping a record of your earnings and expenses can potentially save you thousands of dollars in taxes. It also provides you with a detailed record that you can use to calculate the tax that you are liable for quarterly.

Unlike being an employee, where the employer deducts tax from your weekly or monthly earnings and pays it over to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). You are responsible for paying your own taxes every three months on the 15th of the following month.

So, you will calculate your tax liability for the period from 1 January to 31 March and then pay the amount due over to the IRS on or before the 15th of April.

However, if you don’t pay your tax and fall into arrears, then ignoring the problem will only make it worse with the IRS potentially penalizing you by adding another 6% to whatever you owe.

That is where a CPA can assist you in making arrangements with the IRS to pay the liability off and ensure that you pay the minimum tax that you are legally obligated to pay.

It is also an opportunity for you to register an S-Corp and enjoy the many tax advantages that receiving your income via a company will give you.

Introducing Taxleaf

Moses Nae, CEO of TaxLeaf, Contador Miami, and the founder of Contador America is passionate about helping independent contractors minimize their tax liabilities and never miss a quarterly tax deadline.

As there are many complexities associated with filing taxes as an independent contractor, it pays to consult a professional accountant.

Here’s what one of our successful business owners has to say about the service and support they receive from being partnered with Taxleaf:

Cesar Buenavista, Doral, Fl

“I am an Account Manager with TaxLeaf and have been working with clients for more than 6 years. The technology they provide is incredible. I have access to everything from my phone if I need it. They are very professional and provide excellent support for me and my employees.”

To help you learn more about how Taxleaf can assist you with your 1099 taxes or consult on registering a company, stop what you’re doing right now and call us now to secure a FREE 30-Minute Consultation with one of our business experts.

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Trusts and Succession in the USA

Estate planning is not only for very wealthy people. Even those of modest means should create a will and an estate plan which will determine what happens to their asset after their death.

This is not only a good idea from an inheritance tax perspective but it also removes a lot of uncertainty and worries amongst family members at a time when emotions are usually running high.

Your estate consists of everything you own. Your assets and liabilities are all taken into account at the time of your death and the ownership of each asset must be transferred to a beneficiary.

The process of transferring your assets after your death is referred to as probate. This process is made considerably easier if you have a valid will. In your will, you nominate an executor who is responsible for ensuring that your will is executed according to your wishes and that the assets are transferred to the beneficiaries of your choosing.

Wills

Should you die without a will then the state will determine what happens to your assets. Each state has a different set of rules to determine who gets what.

It is therefore a very good idea to have a will drawn up and to structure your affairs in such a manner that your family is not inconvenienced in any way. This is particularly important when considering properties that may still be encumbered with mortgage loans.

Trusts

A way to avoid many of the problems associated with probate, when there are personally held assets, is to establish a trust.

Trusts are a tool used in estate planning that takes advantage of tax law, to minimize or avoid taxes and to ensure that the use or distribution of assets can take place outside of the probate process.

One or more trustees are appointed and they are responsible for preserving the assets within the trust for the benefit of the beneficiaries of the trust.

A living trust is created during your lifetime and your assets are transferred to it to preserve and maintain control over them.

Introducing Taxleaf

Moses Nae, CEO of TaxLeaf, Contador Miami, and the founder of Contador America is passionate about helping foreign investors and business owners navigate the complexities of trusts and succession as it relates to their assets located in the USA.

As many legal requirements must be met when establishing a trust, it is crucial that you have a professional company helping and guiding you each step of the way.

Here’s what one of our successful business owners has to say about the service and support they receive from being partnered with Taxleaf:

Cesar Buenavista, Doral, Fl

“I am an Account Manager with TaxLeaf and have been working with clients for more than 6 years. The technology they provide is incredible. I have access to everything from my phone if I need it. They are very professional and provide excellent support for me and my employees.”

To help you learn more about how Taxleaf can assist you with trusts and succession planning in the USA, call us now to secure a FREE 30-Minute Consultation with one of our business experts.

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The way to the USA through an E2 Visa

There are many ways to obtain residency and citizenship in the USA. One of the popular options is via an E2 Visa.

The E2 visa is available to citizens of countries that have a treaty with the USA. It is s a non-immigrant visa for investors, entrepreneurs, or people wanting to run a business in the United States.

With an E2 visa, you are permitted to start a US business or alternatively, you can invest in an existing US business and then work for that business.

Making an E-2 visa investment allows you to enter the U.S. as the business benefits from your capital injection into the economy.

How Much Must I Invest?

Once you have established that you wish to invest in the United States economy, the next question is to decide on how much of an investment you need to make.

A minimum investment of approximately $150,000 is required to qualify for the E2 visa. Together with the minimum investment, you must have a business plan. The business plan is used to prove to the government that the business is viable and will be around for a reasonable time.

Along with the business plan, provision must be made for 1 or 2 employees. If you can show that there are clients and a cash flow for the business then you are almost over the first hurdle of receiving your E2 visa.

The Benefits of an E2 Visa

The application process is quite quick and a visa can be issued very soon after applying. However, the process can become more complicated. You can plan on the application process taking approximately 3-4 months if there are no problems.

This visa is also very popular as it is one of the cheapest ways of obtaining one.

The downside is that you need to renew the visa regularly and you will never be eligible for citizenship. You will need to change the status of your visa if you wish to become a citizen.

Introducing TaxLeaf

Moses Nae, CEO of TaxLeaf, Contador Miami, and the founder of Contador America is passionate about helping foreign investors and business owners buy an existing business, open a new business, or open a franchise business via an E2 visa.

As many legal requirements must be met when trying to qualify for an E2 visa, it is crucial that you consult with a knowledgeable and experienced tax accountant to help guide you through the process.

Here’s what one of our successful business owners has to say about the service and support they receive from being partnered with TaxLeaf:

Cesar Buenavista, Doral, Fl

“I am an Account Manager with TaxLeaf and have been working with clients for more than 6 years. The technology they provide is incredible. I have access to everything from my phone if I need it. They are very professional and provide excellent support for me and my employees.”

To help you learn more about how TaxLeaf can assist you to obtain your E2 visa for the USA, stop what you’re doing right now and call us so that we can help you.

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Property Investments in the USA

The booming American economy and stable property market make the USA a popular destination for foreign business owners looking for a place to invest their wealth.

Many foreigners wish to know what is the best way to buy real estate as an investment in the USA. This is not an easy question to answer as each person’s circumstances are unique.

Over the years, we have built up our experience in working with non-residents who prefer to invest their hard-earned money in the USA rather than risk it in their home countries. As financial advisors and tax specialists, we are only too aware of the complexities of foreigners investing in the US.

It is for this reason that we have developed a way for investors to safely invest in the US property market that ensures that they have the best chance of their property investments increasing in value as well as providing a monthly income if that is what they wish.

What is disturbing is that many clients approach us after receiving bad advice on their property investments.

We are great believers in purchasing property through a company due to the many taxes and other benefits that flow from this type of structured investment. Not many people realize the multitude of problems that can come from purchasing a property in their personal name.

And once the deal is done it is very costly to fix the problems later.

We have a large number of clients who have successfully purchased properties using our company structures. The finer details of what type of company is right for each property investment differs from client to client. That is why it is so important to discuss the various options with a qualified accountant who is familiar with the benefits, tax laws, regulations, and repercussions of the different company structures available.

Introducing Taxleaf

Moses Nae, CEO of TaxLeaf, Contador Miami, and the founder of Contador America is passionate about helping foreign investors make property investments for their businesses and for their residential requirements.

As there are many complexities when purchasing a property as a foreigner, it is crucial that you have a professional company helping and guiding you each step of the way.

Here’s what one of our successful business owners has to say about the service and support they receive from being partnered with Taxleaf:

Cesar Buenavista, Doral, Fl

“I am an Account Manager with TaxLeaf and have been working with clients for more than 6 years. The technology they provide is incredible. I have access to everything from my phone if I need it. They are very professional and provide excellent support for me and my employees.”

To help you learn more about how Taxleaf can assist you with purchasing property in the USA, stop what you’re doing right now and call us, so that we can help you.

888-Y-TAXLEAF

Mortgages in the USA

Mortgages are available for the purchase of property, either as an investment or as your primary residence in the country.

The South Florida property market is currently offering the unique opportunity to withdraw money from your property through refinancing which makes funds available to invest in another investment property from the proceeds of the refinancing transaction.

With interest rates at their lowest level in many years relative to the percentage yield from rentals, it makes sense to consider the financial opportunities that it opens up for astute investors.

Furthermore, surprising as it may sound, it is easier for a foreigner to obtain financing for the purchase of investment properties than residents.

Both banks and private investors are offering excellent interest rates to qualified buyers. The market has expanded, with a lot of money becoming available for property investment.

Often, it is necessary to obtain finance quickly for a variety of reasons. We are in contact with private investors who are prepared to provide funding more quickly than traditional banks, with fewer requirements. Though these types of loans carry a slightly higher interest rate, if the return you can achieve from purchasing an additional rental property exceeds the cost of funding the purchase, then it’s a win for you.

This is especially true for commercial loans where the banks will normally take 6-8 months to approve a loan to a foreigner. This is far too long for a seller to wait for their money when it is possible to find a local purchaser who can find a loan much more quickly.

To allow you to compete effectively in the market, your ability to secure finance quickly through private lending will allow you to purchase properties that would otherwise not be available to you.

Introducing Taxleaf

Moses Nea, CEO of TaxLeaf, Contador Miami, and the founder of Contador America is passionate about helping foreign investors and entrepreneurs find loans and financing for their business, investments, and personal requirements.

As there are many complexities when purchasing an investment property, it is imperative that you have a professional company helping and guiding you each step of the way.

Here’s what one of our successful business owners has to say about the service and support they receive from being partnered with Taxleaf:

Cesar Buenavista, Doral, Fl

“I am an Account Manager with TaxLeaf and have been working with clients for more than 6 years. The technology they provide is incredible. I have access to everything from my phone if I need it. They are very professional and provide excellent support for me and my employees.”

To help you learn more about how Taxleaf can assist you with raising mortgages and other forms of business finance, stop what you’re doing right now and call us now to secure a FREE 30-Minute Consultation with one of our business experts, where we can explain how you can secure the right insurance policy in the USA.

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