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Wednesday, December 5 | 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. | Ridglea Country Club
Mark Dotzour will give his 2019 Economic Forecast at the December SCR Breakfast. Dr. Dotzour’s goal is to synthesize global, social, and economic trends to give his audience a tool kit of factual information to help them make good investment and business decisions. His presentation will be individually tailored to meet the needs of commercial real estate professionals.
Cost: $35 for SCR members and $50 for non-SCR members by 5 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 19. Reservations received after the deadline will be charged an additional $5. Tables of 10 may be purchased for $500. (2 table maximum). Click here to register for a table.
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If you were tuned to the news Aug. 8 you might have heard the IRS released proposed regulations on the new 20 percent business income deduction for pass through businesses.
The deduction was part of the big tax reform law Congress passed at the end of last year and it was a huge win for REALTORS®. But it was unclear who would be eligible for the deduction. Now that proposed regulations are out, it’s clear the new deduction will be available to a wide range of real estate professionals.