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KSM to Discuss Effects of Tax Reform on Deal-Making at Multi-Family Industry Summit

Posted 1:00 PM by
Katz, Sapper & Miller’s Josh Malarsky and Katie Culp will speak at the Indiana Apartment Association’s 2019 Multifamily Industry Summit. Taking place Nov. 19 in Indianapolis, the annual summit is a can’t-miss opportunity for multi-family real estate executives, developers, regional level staff, and management to hear about trends and developments in the marketplace from local and national experts.
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QOZs and Multi-Asset Funds: Tread Carefully

Posted 6:15 PM by
The many investors already leveraging the recently created Qualified Opportunity Zone program are continually asking whether a Qualified Opportunity Fund (QOF) should hold a single asset or, in the interest of diversification and economies, multiple assets. With the benefits of a single capital raise, a single fund is enticing – and it may bring less uncertainty to the table.
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Opportunity Zones: Changing the Course of Real Estate Investment

Posted 3:02 PM by
The economic divide in large cities continues to expand. Despite a financial resurgence following the 2007-2009 recession, the system wasn’t fixing itself. Enter Qualified Opportunity Zones (QOZ), a program included in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 designed to boost development in economically distressed communities. In exchange for new investments in these communities, investors receive preferential tax treatment.
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KSM to Help Lead Discussion on Fort Wayne Opportunity Zones

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KSM’s Chad Halstead will present at “Leveraging Opportunity Zones,” an informational event presented by Greater Fort Wayne Inc. and the Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership on the newly created Qualified Opportunity Zone program.
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A Qualified Opportunity Zone Trap for the Unwary

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When depreciable and real property (usually buildings and equipment) used in a trade or business and held for more than one year is sold, the result is typically something called “Section 1231 gain.” Absent recapture rules, this gain is treated as capital gain, but it must first be netted against any losses from other sales of 1231 property during the tax year.
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IRS Sheds Brighter Light on Opportunity Zones

Posted 2:45 PM by
The IRS has issued a much-anticipated second round of proposed regulations better outlining the framework of the Qualified Opportunity Zone (QOZ) program. Operating businesses that have been waiting on the QOZ sidelines should now have enough clarity to begin to tap into the program’s benefits.
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Replicating Success: How Opportunity Zones Are Reshaping the Investment Landscape

Posted 1:09 PM by
The economic divide in large cities continues to expand. Despite a financial resurgence following the recession that occurred between 2007 and 2009, the system wasn’t fixing itself. Enter the Qualified Opportunity Zone (QOZ) program, a creation of policy think tank Economic Innovation Group (EIG) designed to boost development in economically distressed communities. On March 13 at the Conrad Hotel in Indianapolis, Katz, Sapper & Miller and Ice Miller LLP hosted a seminar that took a closer look at the program, “Seizing the Opportunity: The Vision and Forecast for Opportunity Zones.”
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Seizing the Opportunity: The Vision and Forecast for Opportunity Zones

Posted 2:38 PM by
In an effort to boost development in economically distressed communities, many federal incentive programs have been created over the years, such as the New Markets Tax Credit, Empowerment Zones, and more. But the newest investment incentive may have the most significant tax benefits yet: Qualified Opportunity Zones.
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Indiana's Capital Access Challenge

Posted 4:08 PM by
If real estate is all about location-location-location, then getting a tech company off the ground is just as often about capital-capital-capital.
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(i) on Economic Development: 2017 Wrap-Up

Posted 2:49 PM by
What were the biggest Indiana economic development successes of 2017; what regions of the state were standout economic performers; and what does Indiana need to do differently in 2018 to land even more investment?
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