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Developer Toby Moskovits and Realty Speak host Bill Weidner navigate through the latest guidance from Treasury/IRS on the Opportunity Zone regulations with KPMG Opportunity Zone experts Phil Marra and Demetri Yatrakis.
You will learn how the Opportunity Zone program could help defer payment of tax on those gains for up to 7 years and further eliminate capital gain tax on future profit after 10 years.
These latest clarifications on the regulations create additional latitude when forming a strategy around Qualified Opportunity Funds in Opportunity Zones for real estate and/or businesses.
This is a must listen for business owners, real estate entrepreneurs and those who have real estate and non-real estate capital gains.

To get in touch with Toby, Demetri and Phil:

Toby Moskovits, Heritage Equity Partners – CEO
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/toby-moskovits-a57a0/

Demetri Yatrakis, KPMG – Tax Partner
dyatrakis@kpmg.com
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/demetriyatrakis/

Philip Marra, KPMG – National Audit Leader US Building, Construction & Real Estate Practice
pmarra@kpmg.com
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/phil-marra-22196750/

As always Bill, the host of Realty Speak, is ready to be a resource to you when you sell or purchase investment real estate or help you navigate while you own.
Ways to connect with Bill:
Email Bill at bill@billweidner.com
call/text at 917-232-8529.
Visit Bill’s website www.billweidner.com

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