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Podcast 02/13/2018

Episode 13 – Tax Reform for Construction & Real Estate

Presenters/Authors
Three construction workers looking at blueprints

Part of the TCJA Series

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Guests Scott Humphrey and Jason Jobgen join host Damien Martin to share their insights on what the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) means for the construction and real estate (CRE) industry. Here’s a look at what you’ll find in the fifth episode of our TCJA series:

Here’s what you’ll find in our latest episode:

  • Nuances in the new tax law for CRE @ 2:41
  • Effects of new business interest expense deduction limitation on CRE @ 3:41
  • Real property trade or business defined @ 8:20
  • Factors to consider for electing out of the business interest expense deduction limitation @ 9:21
  • How qualified improvement property changed @ 11:57
  • Beneficial changes to bonus depreciation @ 13:27
  • Cost segregation study explained @ 14:38
  • Why it’s an important time to consider a cost segregation study @ 18:04
  • Net operating loss and excess loss limitation for CRE @ 22:10
  • Real Estate Investment Trust in light of the new 20 percent deduction @ 26:53
  • Changes to the carried interest and like-kind exchange rules @ 29:00

BIOS FOR GUESTS
Scott Humphrey is a member of BKD’s National Construction & Real Estate Group. His technical knowledge includes tax planning and compliance, including multistate compliance and accounting method strategies.

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Jason Jobgen leads BKD’s Cost Segregation division and oversees BKD’s strategic alliance program, which includes working with more than 150 CPA firms to provide specialty services.

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