Mark Anderson Presenting "Section 199A: Operations and Investments" at the Illinois CPA Society's "Taxation on Real Estate Conference"
On June 4, 2020, Mark Anderson will present “Section 199A: Operations and Investments” at the Illinois CPA Society’s “Taxation on Real Estate Conference.”
During his presentation from 9:30 a.m. to 10:45 a.m., Mark will discuss basic trade or business rules applied to real estate, including triple net lease property. He will review the unadjusted basis of qualified business property, rules for leases between related parties, and how to determine W-2 amounts for separate entities.
The “Taxation on Real Estate Conference” will be held via simulcast from 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Additional conference presentations are:
“Real Estate Tax Update – The End of One Year and the Start of Another,” presented by Mark Heroux of Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP
“A Deep Dive Into Sec. 163j,” presented by Joseph Schlueter of Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP
“Legislative Update: Tax Policy,” presented by Alex Brosseau, Deloitte Tax LLP
“Opportunity Zones: What’s Trending,” presented by John Hoffman, Bracket Partners, LLC
“Sec. 1031: How to Get Started,” presented by Mary Cunningham, Chicago Deferred Exchange Company
Continuing Education Credit
The following continuing education credits will be available for attendees of the conference:
- CPE - 8.00
- CLE - 6.5
The cost to attend the conference is:
- Member: $375
- Non-Member: $462
CLICK HERE to register.
Mark Anderson represents real estate developers, privately held corporations, limited liability companies and family enterprises consisting of various corporations, LLCs and trusts in a wide range of tax and general business law matters. He also maintains an estate planning practice, which is a value-added service to business owners and their families. He is a frequent speaker and author for the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education, the Fox Valley Chapter of the Illinois CPA Society and other entities. Mark earned his Masters of Law in Taxation from Georgetown University Law Center and began his legal career in the National Office of the Internal Revenue Service as a Tax Law Specialist.