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GOP Tax Bill Approved By Congress. What Does This Mean For Taxpayers?

On December 20, 2017, the final version of the GOP tax reform bill (the “Act”) was approved by both houses of Congress and sent to the President for signature. The provisions of the new legislation will generally become effective for tax years beginning after December 31, 2017. Many of the provisions of the Act applicable to individuals will sunset after 2025 unless extended by Congress.

The Impact of President Trump’s Proposed Tax Reforms on Your Bottom Line

President Trump has proposed a number of tax reforms that would significantly change the taxation of both personal and business income. In particular, the proposals would broaden the income base and create significant nominal rate reductions on the income of businesses and high-income individuals. 

New IRS Final Regulations Define “Real Property” For REIT Purposes

On August 30, 2016, the IRS issued final regulations clarifying the definition of "real property" for purposes of the Code's REIT provisions. One of the requirements for a REIT is that at least 75% of a REIT's total asset value must be represented by real estate assets, cash and cash items (including receivables), and government securities.