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Christie Named as One of Indy’s Best and Brightest

Posted 1:30 PM by
Ashley Christie has been selected as one of Indy’s 2018 Best and Brightest by Junior Achievement of Central Indiana. The award honors 100 of central Indiana’s outstanding young professionals, ages 40 and under in 10 different industries, who are making their mark as up-and-coming talent and the next generation of leaders in our community.
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Estridge to Present on Qualified Opportunity Zones at Indiana Real Estate Exchangors (IREX) Fall Conference

Posted 5:32 PM by
Katz, Sapper & Miller’s John Estridge will speak at the 40th Annual Mid-America Marketing Session, sponsored by Indiana Real Estate Exchangors (IREX). The conference, which hosts national investors, brokers, and real estate industry affiliates, will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn Indianapolis South/Greenwood Oct. 25-26, 2018.
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New Investment Vehicle Created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

Posted 2:30 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 Market Tax Credit, Empowerment Zones, Renewal Communities, and more. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 has created yet another incentive to invest in these areas, and the potential tax benefits are significant.
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(i) on Economic Development: Indy’s Mega Redevelopment Projects

Posted 11:40 AM by
Tim Cook and Katie Culp joined Gerry Dick on the most recent (i) on Economic Development to discuss Indianapolis’ large-scale, high-profile redevelopment projects, including what’s at stake and the potential economic impact.
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Tax Reform’s Sprawling Impact on Real Estate Companies

Posted 5:00 AM by
Whether owners, developers, or contractors, real estate companies of all varieties are asking the same question: What does the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) mean for us? Despite tax advisors’ best efforts, it is impossible to come up with a concise response, but this is for good reason. The TCJA has introduced many new issues to consider, as well as many gray areas. The following summary highlights the most relevant issues for real estate companies.
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Halstead, Cook to Discuss Tax Reform’s Impact on the Real Estate Industry

Posted 5:00 AM by
Chad Halstead, partner in Katz, Sapper & Miller’s Tax Services Group, and Tim Cook, CEO of KSM Location Advisors, will present at ULI Indiana's February Breakfast Series Program, “Tax Reform’s Impact on the Real Estate Industry,” Feb. 22 at the Indiana Landmarks Center.
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Developing Indianapolis: Leaders Bullish on the Future

Posted 5:00 AM by
At the recently held “Indianapolis State of the Market” event, a trio of developers and the state’s economic development leader participated in a panel discussion with KSM’s Josh Malarsky on metro Indy’s assets, opportunities, and challenges.
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Culp and Malarsky Selected as Indy’s Best and Brightest

Posted 3:26 PM by
Katie Culp and Josh Malarsky have been recognized as one Indy’s 2017 Best and Brightest by Junior Achievement of Central Indiana. The award honors 100 outstanding young professionals, ages 40 and under in 10 different industries, who are making their mark as up and coming talent and the next generation of leaders in the central Indiana community.
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Accounting for Fixed Assets: What to Keep Top of Mind

Posted 5:00 AM by
The information included in this update concerns multiple opportunities for deductions and/or acceleration of depreciation – keep it top of mind when accounting for fixed assets.
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P3s and Placemaking: Shaping the Future of Indianapolis

Posted 5:00 AM by
Forty years ago, Indianapolis Mayor Bill Hudnut coined the phrase, “You can’t be a suburb of nothing,” highlighting Indianapolis’ lack of a strong identity and vibrant downtown and using it as a motivator for growth. The last four decades of subsequent downtown development have been wildly successful.
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