Tax Reform Roundtable: How New Tax Regulations Impact Real Estate Investors
- Tax Planning
Washington policy expert Doug Fisher moderates a roundtable discussion concerning the latest regulations that have emerged from the Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017 and how they impact real estate investors.
Whether you earn rental income from a handful of residential properties or invest broadly in commercial real estate, the new tax law has real implications for your bottom line.
Title: Tax Reform Roundtable: How New Tax Regulations Impact Real Estate Investors
Date: September 27, 2018
Time: 3:00 p.m. Eastern
- Which kinds of business structures and transactions the Treasury Department believes are inside and outside the boundaries of the new law.
- What real estate investors – both residential and commercial – should know about the latest regulations.
- How real estate investors can maximize the benefits and avoid the pitfalls of the new tax law.
- Which trends Boston Private’s lenders are observing in residential and commercial real estate markets.
Join Boston Private’s webinar on September 27, 2018 at 3 P.M. EST where tax law, Washington policy, and Boston Private’s real estate experts will dissect the new law and regulations for you with an emphasis on how to maximize the benefits for real estate investors and avoid its pitfalls.
Washington Strategy and Advocacy
Doug consults with financial services firms and trade associations on Washington policy, planning, and strategy. His focus is helping firms and their clients understand the legislative and regulatory landscape and maximizing business opportunities.
Brian Hammell, J.D., LL.M.
Partner, Sullivan & Worcester LLP
Brian E. Hammell is a partner in the Tax Group of Sullivan & Worcester’s Boston office. He concentrates his practice on advising publicly traded and closely held business entities, including REITs. View More >
National Director, Private Client Lending
Charles Nilsen is Executive Vice President, National Director of Residential and Personal Lending at Boston Private, and has been with the company since 2016. View More >
Chief Lending Officer, Commercial Real Estate
Mr. Tarlow is Executive Vice President, Chief Lending Officer for Commercial Real Estate in the New England region. He has been in the banking industry well over 35 years.
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- Tax Planning