The Eye Opening New Tax Realities in Real Estate

While everyone is waiting for major tax legislation from the new Congress, the IRS has been busy making life more complicated for the real estate industry, including property owners, businesses, developers, and real estate professionals. Fortunately, Gray, Gray & Gray Tax Partner Emeritus Mike Koppel is here to help sort through the tangled web of real estate tax issues, in a lively and fast-paced webinar. In his straightforward way, Mike will help you better prepare to successfully manage such complex issues as: substantive consolidation, new capitalization rules, like kind exchanges, REIT opportunities, investor vs. developer distinctions, capital gains v recapture rates on building sales, tax advantages / disadvantages of being a real estate professional, and more! Mike will give you a better understanding of how proper planning around tax consequences can help you avoid the unexpected, and allow you to take fuller advantage of real estate opportunities.

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The Eye Opening New Tax Realities in Real Estate

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