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A First Look at the IRS’s Proposed Regulations on Opportunity Zones

 

What taxes are deferable?

How does the new Opportunity Zone Proposed Regs and Revenue Ruling 2018–29 affect the how, what, when and who of opportunity zones? What exactly are the new proposed regulations? This white paper reviews many features of the regulations and discusses some continued outstanding questions including, what taxes to defer?, how many funds?; and more importantly, what’s next?

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Richard Price

Richard Price

Nixon Peabody LLP

  • Partner in Nixon Peabody’s Washington, DC office
  • Focuses on real estate finance and regulation, affordable and rural housing and community development, government contracts, administrative law and legislation
  • Assists for-profit and nonprofit businesses and government agencies
  • Editor-in-chief of Nixon Peabody’s Affordable Housing and Community Development blog and regularly writes and speaks about new issues affecting housing, administrative law, finance and real estate
  • J.D. and B.A. degrees, George Washington University
Kathie Soroka

Kathie Soroka

Nixon Peabody LLP

  • Counsel in Nixon Peabody’s New York office
  • Focuses on affordable housing development
  • Prior to joining Nixon Peabody, she served as senior counsel to the general counsel at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • Has helped public and private clients nationwide structure complex real estate transactions with multiple layers of finance, navigating various federal, state and local requirements
  • Recently published the article “Top 5 Ways to Use Opportunity Zone Funds in LIHTC Deals,” in Affordable Housing Finance
  • J.D. degree, Harvard Law School; B.A. degree, summa cum laude, Washington and Lee University
Ken Silverberg

Ken Silverberg

Nixon Peabody LLP

  • Partner in Nixon Peabody’s Washington, DC office
  • Focuses on tax controversies, including tax audits, appeals and litigation against the IRS and state departments of taxation
  • Represents numerous nonprofit organizations and NGOs in the health care, education and trade association sectors
  • J.D. degree, Georgetown University Law Center; B.A. degree, University of Michigan
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