Tax and Real Estate: A Review of the Various Tax Issues Surrounding Real Estate Transactions – Recording Available December 16, 2020

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Franklin D. Roosevelt once said Real estate cannot be lost or stolen, nor can it be carried away. Purchased with common sense, paid for in full, and managed with reasonable care, it is about the safest investment in the world.”  Real estate has always been a highly prized asset, however there are a number of tax pitfalls and considerations that advisors should be aware of when helping clients with their real estate investments.  The ongoing pandemic has also created some new challenges in the real estate market.

Overview:

Managing our professional and personal lives during this Covid-19 environment can be stressful. We know many professional accountants and family lawyers are seeing an increased demand for their assistance and advice. This full day virtual seminar will provide you with valuable resource information to help you along the way.

*All registered attendees receive a PDF copy of the material presented in advance of the session.

This virtual seminar will provide a review of critical issues for the separating client and important decisions when dealing with their private self-employed business.

 

Topics discussed will include the following:

  • A renewed look for Family Lawyers and Accountant at the Amount for an Eligible Dependent
  • Filing a fair and on time tax return for one or both parties,
  • Taxation issues around spousal and child support,
  • Settlement options and tax issues to divide their matrimonial property,
  • Issues facing those divorcing later in life,
  • Key Valuation Principles
  • Assessing the Impact of Family Law Rules on Valuation
  • Components of a Valuation
  • Components of Income Analysis
  • Key Valuation Issues
  • Contingent Disposition Costs
  • Reporting Alternatives
  • Issues for External/Internal Accountants who have Clients in a Family Law Dispute

Target Audience:

This virtual seminar will be of most interest to the general practitioner in accounting, plus tax accountants, financial planners and family lawyers.

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