Opportunity Zones: How to Reduce Taxes and Invest Locally

Description:

OPPORTUNITY ZONES: HOW TO REDUCE TAXES AND INVEST LOCALLY is a ½ day seminar, The landmark tax reform efforts of 2017 ushered in new Internal Revenue Code Sections 1400Z-1 and 1400Z-2.  These late additions to the tax reform effort create a powerful tax saving tool designed to redirect investor capital into low income communities.  We will discuss the Opportunity Zone program, the tax benefits it offers, and the various requirements necessary to invest.  This seminar will provide practical guidance to implement Opportunity Zone planning in 2019 and beyond including: a detailed analysis of the Opportunity Zone Proposed Regulations; a discussion of the tax benefits offered by the Opportunity Zone legislation including both income tax deferrals and exclusions; guidance to identify what taxable gains can be deferred through Opportunity Zone investments and how to achieve deferral; strategies for structuring Opportunity Funds – Proposed Treasury Regulations extend this exciting opportunity to a wide class of taxpayers; strategies for identifying and structuring real estate investments in Opportunity Zones – including compliance with the new Proposed Regulations’ working capital rules; who can and how to establish an Opportunity Fund; and much more.

Sign up for both sessions on 8/21 and pay only $280.

Highlights:

Tax regulations and planning around Opportunity Zones resulting from 2017 Tax legislation.

Objectives:

Provide practical guidance to implement Opportunity Zone planning in 2019 and beyond.

Notes:

 

Category:

TX

Credits:

4

Members

Standard Fee: $185.00

Non-Members

Standard Fee: $185.00

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Vendor:

Boston Tax Institute, Ltd.

Location:

Fireside Inn & Suites
81 Riverside Street
Portland, ME 04103
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Start:

August 21, 2019 1:00pm

End:

August 21, 2019 4:30pm

Check-in starts at 12:45pm

Leader:

Bilodeau, Cory Mr.

Cory J. Bilodeau, Esq.;
Boston College (B.S. in Business Management); Roger Williams University School of Law; Boston University School of Law (LL.M in Taxation); Partner with McLaughlin & Quinn, LLC, Providence and Boston.

Designed For:

Accounting professionals and tax preparers and advisors. 

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