Tax Issues for Real Estate Investors (MLC374V)


  Pre Recorded Webinar
  120 minutes

Get a Better Understanding of the Passive Activity & Real Estate Professional Rules

Operating losses generated from rental properties are generally passive losses, which may provide only limited benefit to the taxpayers unless they are able to qualify as a "real estate professional". Unfortunately, identifying someone as a real estate professional can be a challenging and confusing task for practitioners and the IRS.

This session by expert speaker Haleh Naimi will provide a discussion on the tax issues generally faced by clients who invest in rental real estate, along with details of the passive activity rules as well as the real estate professional rules.

You will learn the importance of qualifying as a real estate professional, including satisfying the statutory and regulatory requirements that must be met. The information presented during this session will be expressive and substantiated with facts/figures or quality inputs.

Learning Objectives

Session Highlights

NASBA & IRS Category of Study: Taxes

Level: Basic

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Faculty

Haleh Naimi is the managing shareholder of the law firm of Advocate Solutions, Inc., which received the award Tax - Law Firm of the Year 2016 and 2017 by Lawyer Magazine.  She specializes in tax and bankruptcy law representing individuals and businesses (ranging in siz... More info

 


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