Webinars

How New Repair Regulations Affect Real Estate Owners

Date:  Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Time:  10 - 11 a.m. Central time
CPE Credit:  One Credit Hour (Tax)
Presenters:  Jeffrey Wilmes

Jeffrey Wilmes

Partner

Tax

Construction & Real Estate, Manufacturing & Distribution

400 Cross Pointe Boulevard
P.O. Box 628
Evansville, IN 47704-0628 (47715)

Evansville
812.428.6500

, Jim Still

Jim Still

Partner

Construction & Real Estate, Health Care

1201 Walnut Street
Suite 1700
Kansas City, MO 64106-2246

Kansas City
816.221.6300

 & Rick Carrier Jr

Rick Carrier Jr

Director

Construction & Real Estate, Manufacturing & Distribution

400 Cross Pointe Boulevard
P.O. Box 628
Evansville, IN 47704-0628 (47715)

Evansville
812.428.6500

New temporary tangible property regulations, also called “repair regulations,” make significant changes to accounting methods in a variety of ways. The changes will affect for-profit organizations in nearly every industry, including real estate. Join BKD professionals for a detailed look at how the repair regulations relate to real estate and what your organization can do to prepare for the new requirements.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Identify costs that should be capitalized
  • Discuss potential accounting method changes

Documents

CPE Information


Audience: All C-level real estate professionals

Program Level:  Basic
Delivery Method:  Group Internet-Based
Advance Preparation:  None
Prerequisites:  None
Refund Policy:  There is no fee associated with this webinar.

Contact Information
If you have concerns or would like information regarding program cancellation policies or CPE credit, contact us at training@bkd.com, at 800.472.2745 or visit BKD’s FAQs.

 

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