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Happy Holidays! Today we're joined by Taylor Brugna, a CPA and Advisory Manager here at The Real Estate CPA. Today we will discuss his journey from 50 units to 90+ units, how good accounting records can lead to thousands of dollars of tax savings, and accounting tips for real estate investors including year-end closings and reconciliations.
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