Real Estate Accounting And Taxationby John F. Mahoney
While most books on real estate accounting and taxation are cumbersome to read and filled with difficult terminology and equations, John F. Mahoney's Real Estate Accounting and Taxation is an easy-to-read text filled with real world examples. Those looking for a quick overview on a financial understanding of real estate will find Mahoney's book a refreshing change. In today's fast paced real estate industry, Real Estate Accounting and Taxation presents itself as the ideal book for residential and non-residential property managers, contractors, investors, accountants, and real estate agents/brokers.
John F. Mahoney is a CPA and a former vice president of finance and controller for various manufacturing, wholesale, and transportation companies. He helped in the preparation of financial statements and tax returns of the Empire State Building during its reputation as the tallest building in the world. Mahoney has appeared on the Fox news show Good Day NY and has had his Financial Statement Analysis class at NYU featured in The Wall Street Journal. He currently manages his own CPA practice and is an Adjunct Associate Professor at New York University.
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