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STRATAFOLIO: QuickBooks Online Real Estate Accounting Integration

If you're a commercial real estate management or investment company, you know how difficult it can be to keep track of the financials for each separate property. Having to follow every minute detail also makes things more complicated. You often have to wade through multiple spreadsheets to answer every question you have. Questions like “What is your income for the current month?”, “How does it compare to your previous period”, and “What is the current state of your cash flow?” can take hours if not days to answer.

Fortunately, STRATAFOLIO’s real estate accounting capabilities provides a solution to these problems and many more. It allows you to monitor and track the performance of your portfolio or individual projects. STRATAFOLIO’s QuickBooks Online accounting integration makes it easier and more efficient for our knowledgeable team of real estate accountants to work on your real estate investment bookkeeping and tax planning.

Efficient Accounting Integration Capabilities

When you're operating a business that manages several different properties, you know how critical it is to keep all of your finances in line and accurate. The STRATAFOLIO's QuickBooks accounting integration feature makes this process much more efficient. After recording your assets in STRATAFOLIO, our team of QBO accounting integration specialists can connect your Statafolio software to QuickBooks to transition your information seamlessly.

The QuickBooks Online accounting integration allows our STRATAFOLIO bookkeeping specialists to obtain valuable financial insights about your real estate investment firm. We can help you keep track of different expenses such as management fees, service contracts, insurance, repairs, and real estate investment taxes.

With help from our STRATAFOLIO accountants, you won't have to worry about staying on top of tax deadlines again. We will provide you with accurate and thorough financial statements that your company requires. We are also to use this information to assess your business's current financial status and estimate future income or expenses.

Streamlining Real Estate Tax Planning

Managing multiple properties can require time and attention. You need to handle every detail about your properties and work with your lenders. While many of these assets are crucial for your business’s operations, you also need to make sure your real estate investment taxes don't get neglected. To ease the load and provide you with knowledgeable guidance, you can seek the advice and assistance of our real estate tax planning CPAs.

Each real estate CPA on our tax specialist team has studied commercial real estate tax codes. They can evaluate your rental income and expenses to help your company strategize and plan for your tax debt. Our experienced and well-educated CPAs can make sure that you're not paying more than you have to.

Helping You Scale With Real Estate CFO Advisory

STRATAFOLIO’s top-notch functionalities create an environment where aggregating and visualizing your data is as easy as clicking a few buttons. The QuickBooks Online real estate accounting integration provides an easy and straightforward way to help our STRATAFOLIO CPAs safeguard your business against inaccurate accounting. This allows you to spend less time searching for data and more time locating new real estate business opportunities and taking action.

Our real estate CFO advisory CPAs can assist you with stabilizing and growing your real estate investment company. We have a seasoned team of real estate financial advisers who can give you an unbiased look at the current financial standing of your assets and potential assets. Our CFO advisors can help you avoid bad business deals. When you're ready to get started with Fusion CPA and with our helpful STRATAFOLIO accountants, feel free to contact us now.

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