Principles of Real Estate Accounting and Taxation combines both accounting and taxation within one book specific to commercial real estate. The book is relevant to students of real estate as well as investors, developers, brokers, lenders, accountants, lawyers, and others working in the commercial real estate industry.
The book includes the following features clear and concise chapters on taxation, case studies of typical real estate transactions, and analysis of economic profitability, including tax implications of transactions. The accounting sections of the book give students a better understanding of the accounting process that ultimately produces the financial statements critical in buying and selling real estate.
Many books cover either accounting or taxation but by addressing both areas, Principles of Real Estate Accounting and Taxation provides students and professionals with a uniquely well-rounded educational experience in commercial real estate.
Joel Rosenfeld is a managing partner of JIR Consulting Co., LLC in Plainfield, New Jersey. He was an adjunct assistant professor at New York University in the Schack Real Estate Institute graduate program for 18 years. Presently, Joel is an adjunct assistant professor at Fordham University. Prior to teaching, Joel was the senior partner at Mintz Rosenfeld and Co., Certified Public Accountants. He was a certified public accountant for 43 years, with extensive experience in real estate accounting and taxation. Joel serves as a special consultant to the New York Times on real estate matters and is a licensed New Jersey instructor, providing continuing professional education to commercial real estate brokers/salespersons and certified public accountants.
Other Cognella titles by Joel Rosenfeld:
Principles of Real Estate Accounting and Taxation (Third Edition)
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