Business real estate and the best way ‘tax wise’ to own it

The first commandment of my someday-I-will-write-it bible of taxation would be “Thou shalt not put real estate into a corporation.” When readers of this column ask us to do a tax consultation, we find the business real estate in a separate C corporation and leased to the operating corporation. Often, the real estate is owned by the operating corporation. Wrong! All are wrong. This is a tax disaster waiting to happen.

The first commandment of my someday-I-will-write-it bible of taxation would be “Thou shalt not put real estate into a corporation.” We see this at least a dozen times a year.

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