Opportunity Zones Seminar
The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act created new incentives for investments in certain low-income communities known as “qualified opportunity zones." These incentives have the potential to be win-wins for investors and our communities. Now that Opportunity Zones have been designated in all 50 states, Opportunity Investment Funds are beginning to form. KMK Law and Clark Schaefer Hackett have partnered together to discuss how to effectively navigate the rules, and access the tax incentives to spur investment in these under-resourced neighborhoods. Attendees will learn about:
- What is a Qualified Opportunity Zone and where are they located
- What are the tax incentives available to investors in Opportunity Funds
- What are the Opportunity Fund requirements and structures
- How to evaluate the investment opportunity and after-tax returns available
Attendees will also gain insights by networking with investors, developers, tax attorneys and accountants, community development practitioners and other professionals attending the session. Space is limited. To learn more or to register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mark Sims practices in the Business Representation & Transactions Practice Group and works primarily in the federal income tax, business planning and healthcare areas. Mark's federal tax practice involves individual, corporate, S corporation and partnership tax planning, including like kind exchanges, new markets tax credit arrangements and real estate transactions.
Justin Vanderglas serves as a trusted advisor to a variety of privately-held companies in the real estate, construction and franchising industries. Justin’s clients benefit from his background in outsource accounting, which strengthens his specialization in tax compliance, planning and research.