Tax Legislative Outlook for Real Estate
CJ Aberin and our special guest speaker and Washington insider, Ryan McCormick, will discuss recent developments in the industry along with an outlook for tax legislation and key tax regulations impacting U.S. real estate. The session will address possible changes to the tax code as Congress deals with an impeachment inquiry and heads into an election year. The session will also highlight critical regulatory questions still outstanding and the implications for real estate investment, as well as the advocacy efforts of The Real Estate Roundtable in Washington.
• Recap: TCJA and real estate
• Tax extenders (45L & 179D)
• Technical corrections
• Opportunity Zones
• Affordable housing
• Infrastructure investment
• Energy efficiency / E-QUIP Proposal
• Condominium construction
• Capital gains: mark-to-market proposal
• Tax proposals and the 2020 election
• Regulatory landscape
• Understanding of recent development and implications for real estate ownership and investment
• Understanding of potential changes to tax policy
Guest Speaker and Washington Insider - Ryan McCormick
Ryan McCormick is Senior Vice President and Counsel at The Real Estate Roundtable, where he is responsible for managing the organization’s tax policy activities. The Real Estate Roundtable brings together leaders of the nation’s top publicly held and privately-owned real estate ownership, development, lending and management firms and leaders of major national real estate trade associations to jointly address key national policy issues relating to real estate and the overall economy. The Roundtable (www.rer.org) is located in Washington, D.C.
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Who should attend?
This live webinar is designed for tax, accounting and other professionals in the real estate industry.
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