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2014 NYU-SCPS Federal Real Estate Tax Conference

Date: May 29 - May 30, 2014
Location: The Mayflower Renaissance
Washington, DC
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NEW! The NYU-SCPS 2014 Federal Real Estate Tax Conference provides a comprehensive overview and up-to-date coverage of the new and proposed changes, latest rulings and regulations, and hot new trends affecting real estate and partnership taxation. Nationally recognized experts guide attendees through in-depth general sessions and panel discussions that provide insight into the most advanced tax issues. The Conference covers topics that offer a competitive edge, including the new capitalization regulations, real estate deal structures, restructures, and winds and unwinds, as well as the effect of the new Medicare tax on real estate professionals. It also features discussions led by key government representatives on the legislative outlook for real estate and an update on recent and pending developments.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
These two days of advanced-level learning are designed for accountants, attorneys, and tax and real estate professionals, at all levels, who are involved in the planning and transactional work related to partnership and real estate taxation. They offer participants a clear understanding of the key issues affecting their clients and present planning ideas that can immediately be used in their practice.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
At the Conference, you will:

  • Learn about the latest developments, recent legislation, cases and rulings affecting real estate transactions
  • Obtain up-to-date analyses on final regulations under Section 1411 as well as the latest details on the new "repair" regulations
  • Explore the latest tax reform proposals and hear firsthand from the government about recent and pending developments
  • Develop a working knowledge of the current issues in like-kind exchanges; real estate and partnership workouts; compensatory partnership interests and options; creative planning for partnership liability allocations; utilizing historic tax credits; and more.

Visit us at www.scps.nyu.edu/tax

For more information, please email scps.tax@nyu.edu or call (212) 992-3320.
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