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Get Smart with Corporate Structure, Income Display Strategy, and Tax Planning with GAREIA

November 12

Networking begins at 6:00 pm

Get Smart with us at the November 12th Georgia Real Estate Investors General Session meeting! We are going to investigate the 2018 tax law changes and how to benefit in tax liability reduction. We are going to discuss your best corporate structure specific to real estate, Income Strategies that meet your goals, and how to benefit from the 2018 tax code opportunities.

Attorney Sam Maguire, Jr will discuss LLCs: Should you form in Georgia, Delaware, or Nevada? Should you have an LLC or better to have a simple CorporationDo transfer of title conversions from individuals to LLC cause problems with due on sale clauses? What are some unintended consequences?

Rick Girgis of Equitable Consulting, Inc. will discuss why use a Schedule C or 1120-s vs. a Schedule E for institutional financing qualifying. How long and the best uses for a carry forward loss vs. lumping your income in a particular year or years for mortgage qualifying.

Steve Laube and Curt Smith will moderate.

Keynote speaker Erik Oliver, from the Cost Segregation Authority, Inc., is flying here from California to explain and discuss the benefits of Cost Segregation accounting, *100% Bonus Depreciation, *1031 Exchanges and the updates to the changes, Qualified Opportunity Zones – New Tax Deferral Programs. Real estate investors need to sharpen your pencils and bring your tax advisers, you may not believe the saving to be had by solving the mysteries behind provisions of the legislation.

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