Treasury and IRS Annouce Designation of Opportunity Zones for 18 States
TCJA established opportunity zones.
The new economic development incentive called opportunity zones was created to encourage long-term capital investments in specific low-income neighborhoods by supporting investors with a deferment for recognizing federal capital gains tax or in some cases completely exempting the gain derived from an investment in designated opportunity zones. This white paper discusses the tax incentives of opportunity zones and reviews what the qualified opportunity fund is.
Peter J. Kulick is a tax attorney at Dickinson Wright with wide ranging experience representing clients in transactional matters. Peter's tax practice focuses in the areas of tax-exempt bonds issuances, tax-advantage financings, partnership taxation, mergers and acquisitions, and cross-border tax planning. In addition, Peter has significant experience representing clients in administrative and regulatory matters, real estate development, gaming law, and general business transactional matters.
Craig W. Hammond
Dickinson Wright PLLC
Craig W. Hammond is a member at Dickinson Wright. He has been bond counsel and underwriter's counsel on hundreds of tax exempt private activity bond issues for financing of manufacturing, health care, educational, cultural, senior housing, and solid waste disposal facilities.
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