The next installment of our Emerging Strong series will feature a panel of DHG Tax professionals to discuss recent tax law changes and how they impact the commercial real estate industry. In July the IRS issued Final and Proposed Regulations on Section 163(j) Interest Deduction Limitation then the CARES Act relaxed the interest expense limitation to help accelerate economic relief to businesses during the COVID-19 crisis. Anticipated to have far-reaching impacts on real estate companies and investors, we will focus on Section 163(j) and other recently issued regulations governing the limitation on the deductibility of interest expense.
Stuart Nofsinger, Partner, Tax,
Phil Laminack, Tax Senior Manager
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