Enthusiastic attendees of this annual advanced course have pinpointed why it will benefit your practice as a real estate professional:
The “great materials, great topics, and great speakers” help you absorb sophisticated planning techniques for dealing with the multifaceted federal income tax consequences of real estate investments and transactions.
The dynamic, nationally recognized panel shares with you “a perfect mix” of updated subject matter coverage, along with new ideas and methods that its members employ daily in their practices— creative but highly practical approaches to minimizing and deferring tax while achieving the business goals of the parties.
The curriculum encompasses “deep coverage of sophisticated issues” and “very hands on useful knowledge” over 15 hours of accredited instruction — strategies and techniques for joint venturing, financing, development, operation, and disposition of commercial property, whether through sale, tax-free exchange, or contribution to another entity.
Panel Discussions and Open Mic Breakfast
Lively panel discussions allow for an exchange of ideas and exploration of the pros and cons of various tax planning solutions. (“Really appreciate hearing differences of opinion among the experts.” “Enjoy the panel discussions . . . how concepts apply practically.”)
An “open mic” breakfast with the faculty provides time for extended discussion of questions and issues raised by registrants.
What You Will Learn
Key topics covered in depth include:
Successful approaches to minimizing and deferring federal taxes in a complex legal and regulatory environment; recent developments
Government perspective on key issues affecting partnership and real estate taxes – hear from top IRS and Treasury officials
Capital gains planning
Partnership allocations under Sections 704(b) and 704(c)
Partnership liability allocations
Tax-free equity extraction techniques, including leveraged partnerships and the impact of Canal Corporation
Lease terminations, inducements, and incentives
New 3.8% tax on net investment income
Like-kind exchange issues
Who Should Attend
Attorneys, accountants, developers, and other professionals involved in commercial real estate transactions will benefit from attending this program. In the words of one attendee, “I would highly recommend this course to both newly admitted and veteran attorneys.”