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SPEAKERS

Holly Heer, Columbus Attorney

Holly H. Heer

Partner
Community Development and Tax Credit Finance Chair

Recent federal regulatory changes could have a major impact on partnerships and limited liability companies, particularly in the real estate sector. This timely and practical presentation will focus on issues to consider as you update and enter into partnership and operating agreements to address the revised audit rules, including the new Partnership Representative provisions, which are effective for tax years beginning on or after January 1, 2018. We will discuss what these new rules and provisions mean to you — as an investor, general partner/manager or adviser.

In addition, we will discuss the implications of becoming an Electing Real Property Trade or Business (ERPTOB), pursuant to the recently adopted tax reform legislation, and consider the costs, benefits and trade-offs of electing into the ERPTOB regime in order to preserve interest deductions.

Location:
Barnes & Thornburg Office Locations:
Chicago
Columbus
Dallas
Grand Rapids
Indianapolis
Minneapolis
South Bend

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Webinar

Date: Thursday, February 15, 2018
Registration and Lunch: 12:00 p.m. (Eastern)
Program: 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.

Barnes & Thornburg Speakers:

Jim Browne

Holly Heer

Erik Rickard

Katrina Thompson

Questions? Contact Courtney Brown at cbrown@btlaw.com or call (317) 231-7312.


SPEAKERS

Holly Heer, Columbus Attorney

Holly H. Heer

Partner
Community Development and Tax Credit Finance Chair
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