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First time home buyers in the Atlanta Area are invited to attend free planning seminar-no obligation

Come work with a true "blue" agent who will totally have your back.

Join us for a First Time Homebuyer Seminar - there is no cost but please RSVP here on this link.

We will start at 9:30 on Saturday July 13th and end around noon.

You will learn everything you need to do know to get ready to purchase including your financing needs, credit conversations, insurance, monthly payment calculations, offers, closing, and more!

You will have the opportunity to get pre-qualified for a loan with our lender partner as well as have a consultation with our real estate team.

Even if you're a year away from buying a home, I can help you get all your ducks in a row.

PLANNING IS THE KEY!

We look forward to hosting you at Keller Williams Peachtree Road

804 Town Boulevard Suite A2040, Atlanta GA 30319

We will provide breakfast and coffee!

First come, first served. All are welcome!

Please provide us with your best contact email and cell phone so we can finalize your registration.

Questions? - email me at lisacea@benkinneyteam.com

PLEASE RSVP SO WE KNOW HOW MANY BREAKFASTS TO ORDER

[link:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/first-time-homebuyer-seminar-tickets-59404900657|

Lisa Cea

P: 310-427-9116

E: lisacea@benkinneyteam.com

​Ben Kinney Team | Keller Williams

804 Town Boulevard Suite A2040 Atlanta GA 30319

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HELP! I'm a 100% telecommuting W2 employee & lost my home office deduction!

Yes, home office is for my employer's comvenience.

I'm real estate ops manager coordinating six agents and all the contracts & marketing of team.

I'm also licensed in three states if that helps.

I googled and see something about being a statutory employee so I can take unreimbursed employee expenses on Form 2106. Do I have to have my employer file an amended W2 to take advantage of this?

https://www.thebalancesmb.com/home-office-tax-deductions-telecommuting-3542742

It says...

If you are a telecommuting employee that is qualified to take the home office deduction, use Form 2106 to calculate the deduction and then enter it on line 21 of Schedule A (Form 1040). This means you must itemize and cannot take the standard deduction if you wish to take a home office deduction.


I think this might be beyond the H&R Block website I've been using to do my taxes for the last 10 plus years.

Should I switch and become a 1099 Independent contractor for the rest of 2019?

Do any CPAs or Realtors want a chime in and help me out here?

Thanks for the hearts!

It's so nice to have my DU friends.

I couldn't have made it thru the last 27 months without you.

The more things change, the more they stay the same.

MSNBC on an empty podium



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Is Rachel on tonight?

I really need her calming voice right now.

Really MSNBC? No AM Joy today?

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