Japan’s tax season is between 2/15 and 3/15. If you have a rent income in Japan you need to file for it. The matter is how you file for the rent income tax while you are outside of Japan.
Anybody in the world can purchase a Japanese property. No visa is required, you even can gain a rent income without any visa but you need to pay a tax for your rent income. If you ask an accountant to file for an income tax return he or she charges millions. Your Japanese real estate investment never succeeds. To make matters worse, only certified tax accountant can file for somebody else’s rent income.
Don’t worry there is a loophole. A tax administrator can file for a rent income as long as you appoint it. If you appoint me as a tax administrator I can file for your rent income for you. The fee includes the management fee. My management fee is pretty much affordable. I not only manage your property but file for your rent income tax for you.
I went to the tax office today to file for my investor's rent income. I chose a rainy day on purpose. I thought it was not so crowded. My clients pay the management fee. As I mentioned I file for a rent income tax for them. Nobody paid any tax as I deducted as much as possible. The most important thing is a depreciation. You don't spend any money physically but you still can deduct it from your rent income. I am good at calculating the depreciation.
The tax office was not so crowded as the weather was bad. I was able to save my time. The staffs are very helpful. They are so nice. It was a very easy process.
If you are considering of a Japanese real estate investment please let me know.
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