Real Estate

For developers and syndicators of complex real estate partnerships, we provide a keen understanding of the tax law surrounding partnerships. We read partnership agreements, apply the law to how the agreement is written, and ensure an accurate accounting for outside partners.

We provide a full range of services, including ensuring financial statement compliance and tax compliance.

We also have expertise planning 1031 exchanges, tax-deferred transactions, and the exchange of partnership interests.

Services include:

  • Schedule E, disregarded entities and partnership tax compliance

  • Assistance in structuring tax-deferred exchanges of real estate

  • Basis calculation and tracking for changes in ownership

  • Cancellation of debt analysis

  • Property sales and exchanges

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CLOSELY-HELD BUSINESSES
Closely Held Businesses
We take a holistic approach to the accounting services we provide, acting as the cornerstone of professional advisors your business works with as it’s established.
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EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PLANS
Employee Benefit Plans
As a member of the AICPA Audit Quality Center, we provide expert and practical advice with regards to selecting the right plan for your business.
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HIGH NET WORTH INDIVIDUALS
High Net Worth Individuals
Individual clients that are a good fit for Mowat Mackie & Anderson have complex tax situations that need an objective view towards minimizing their tax liability within the law.
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NON-PROFITS
Non-Profits
We provide cost-effective services to non-profit organizations. Non-profits that are a good fit for MMA are typically ready for the next stage in their growth and maturity.
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PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS
Private Foundations
We are able to guide clients through the complex rules regarding private foundations in order to avoid actions that would cause the foundation to lose its tax-exempt status.
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TRUSTS & ESTATES
Trusts & Estates
Mowat Mackie & Anderson provides skilled and compassionate service to families and trustees as they assume their responsibilities as fiduciaries.
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