[WEBINAR] Tax Legislative Outlook for Real Estate

11/06/2019

Our technical team at KBKG has been working with those in DC who endeavor to bring more certainty to the real estate industry. Tax extenders and technical corrections to tax reform such as the “retail glitch,” still need to be addressed, but there has been movement. As Congress continues negotiations on appropriations, a stage has … Read More

KBKG Tax Insight: Congressional Letter Urges Year End Clean Energy Tax Policies

10/31/2019

Yesterday, a letter signed by over 70% of House Democrats was delivered to Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer urging them to prioritize the inclusion of clean energy tax policies in negotiations around must-pass legislation this year. As the House Ways and Means Committee takes action on a clean energy tax package, … Read More

2019 Legislative Tax Updates for Real Estate

10/31/2019

Our technical team has been keeping tabs on the latest updates on the Hill in regards to tax extenders and technical corrections, given how they may impact Green Building Tax Incentives (45L and 179D) and the cost recovery of Qualified Improvement Property for 2018 and beyond. We will post our updates here to keep you … Read More

BREAKING NEWS: Senate Finance Committee Launching Bipartisan Taskforces on Tax Extenders Including Green Building Tax Incentives

05/16/2019

Update as of 5/23/2019: The House Ways and Means Committee is currently putting together a package to address tax extenders such as the 45L tax credit and 179D tax deduction. Currently, a markup on tax extenders is expected sometime in June. BREAKING NEWS from 5/15/2019: The Senate Finance Committee launched bipartisan taskforces to address tax … Read More

Tax Insight: Senate and House Updates on Tax Extenders for 2018-2019

03/07/2019

Senate Update Last Thursday, February 28, 2019, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R. Iowa) and Ranking Member Ron Wyden (D. Oregon) introduced bipartisan legislation to retroactively extend tax extenders for 2018 and 2019 while also providing disaster tax relief benefits to those affected by major disasters in 2018. “Congress needs to get out of … Read More

Tax Insight: Tax Extender Update from Senator Chuck Grassley

02/22/2019

On Thursday, February 14, 2019, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R. Iowa) addressed tax policy and various provisions that KBKG and the Real Estate Roundtable have been monitoring closely. In his speech, Senator Grassley expressed his commitment to pursue tax extenders and rejection of press reports suggesting that some provisions may no longer be … Read More

Impact of the Government Shutdown on Real Estate Tax Policy

01/18/2019

The longest government shutdown in U.S. history is creating more uncertainty for the current and future tax landscape. As the border wall standoff delays guidance necessary to properly implement tax reform, taxpayers are left wondering how to timely file their 2018 tax returns without ultimately having to amend down the road. Congress currently hasn’t been … Read More

KBKG Tax Insight: 179D Energy Efficiency Deductions Extended through 2017

04/03/2018

The 179D energy efficiency tax deduction has been extended retroactively for improvements completed by the end of 2017. This financial incentive is geared towards: 1) building owners (commercial or multifamily), 2) tenants making improvements, and 3) architects, engineers, and other designers of government buildings. The tax deduction is worth up to $1.80 per square foot … Read More

45L: The Energy Efficient Home Credit – Extended through 2017

03/05/2018

Homebuilders and multi-family developers have a unique opportunity to capitalize on an energy efficient home credit that is often overlooked. Low-rise apartment developers and homebuilders are eligible for a $2,000 tax credit for each new or rehabbed energy efficient dwelling unit that is first leased or sold by the end of 2017. Taxpayers also have … Read More