Real Estate and Construction Newsletter November 2017

Real Estate and Construction Newsletter
November 2017

Director’s Message
Robert Berger

Robert Berger,
Partner

How Tax Reform Could Impact Real Estate and Construction Professionals

Tax reform has taxpayers everywhere concerned for the future of their finances and their businesses. The House and Senate have proposed their bills, but legislation is still pending.  There have been revisions and amendments made to their original plans, which further complicates the analysis and understanding. We have a team studying and dissecting each page of each plan, along with the revisions and amendments as they are released.

While there are a number of significant changes to both business and individual taxation that our firm’s tax reform team is keeping up with, we have covered a few key areas our Real Estate and Construction Team is closely following that could have the greatest impact on the industry.

Read the proposed tax reform changes. 

Historic Tax Credit and New Market Credits Face Elimination Under New Tax Bill

Historic Tax Credit and New Market Credits Face Elimination Under New Tax Bill

The recent release of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has left real estate professionals questioning the future of commonly

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By: Dave M. Finklang, CPA/CGMA, MBA
Principal + Tax Services

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Provisions Impacting Businesses

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Provisions Impacting Businesses

The House and Senate have voted and passed tax reform legislation, and President Trump has signed into law. Now that

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By: Michael J. Evans, CPA
Partner and Director + Tax Services

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