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Tax & Estate Planning

The Power of Exchange – An Introduction to 1031 Exchange for Investors

January 11, 2016 |

Presented by: Scott R. Saunders, Senior Vice President of Asset Preservation

This session provides an overview of Section 1031 Exchanges for accountants, CPAs and tax advisors. The webinar covers critical IRS time deadlines, “like-kind” property requirements, partnership/LLC issues, reverse exchanges, Qualified Intermediary due diligence and other 1031 related issues.

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Overview of Cost Segregation

December 27, 2013 |

Presented by: Gian Pazzia, Shareholder at KBKG

Cost Segregation is a strategic tax savings tool that allows companies and individuals, who have constructed, purchased, expanded, or remodeled any kind of real estate to increase cash flow by accelerating depreciation deductions and deferring federal and state income taxes.

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Updates to the Tangible Property Depreciation vs. Repairs Rules

December 27, 2013 |

Presented by: Gian Pazzia, Shareholder at KBKG

This webcast deals, among other things, with the rules for determining whether an expenditure on property or equipment is deductible or must be capitalized and depreciated. The IRS issued the final, revised Tangible Property Repair Regulations on September 13, 2013.  In addition, the IRS also released proposed regulations for dispositions of tangible property. Even though a formal 6-month period for comments will allow taxpayers to provide feedback, these final and proposed regulations are effective for tax years beginning January 1, 2014

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Inbound Taxation: Foreign Taxpayers Engaged in U.S. Business

June 14, 2013 |

Presented by: Robert F. Klueger, J.D., LL.M., Attorney at Klueger and Stein, LLP

This presentation deals with how the United States taxes the activities of foreigners who conduct activities or have investments in the United States. A  nonresident alien is taxed on income that is “effectively connected to the conduct of a United States trade or business.“ They are not subject to United States taxation on worldwide activities.  It is possible to plan so that a nonresident alien in the United States is not, for purposes of regular United States taxation, engaged in the conduct of a trade or business.

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Outbound Taxation: U.S. Taxpayers Doing Business Overseas

June 14, 2013 |

Presented by: Robert F. Klueger, J.D., LL.M., Attorney at Klueger and Stein, LLP

United States taxpayers are subject to taxation on their global activities. Outbound taxation refers to how the United States individuals, and corporations engaged in businesses outside the United States, as opposed to inbound taxation which is how the United States taxes the activities of foreigners engaged in business in the United States.

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