October 29, 2018

The Hartford Business Journal published a column by Philadelphia Real Estate Chair Edward Reitmeyer for its latest real estate focus, on how commercial property owners are impacted by the new tax law.

Hartford Business Journal

By Edward Reitmeyer, Partner-in-Charge, Tax Services - Philadelphia

Related Services Tax & Business, Corporate Tax, Tax Return Compliance

Related Industry Real Estate

The Hartford Business Journal published a column by Philadelphia Real Estate Chair Edward Reitmeyer for its latest real estate focus, on how commercial property owners are impacted by the new tax law. Tax & Business

Excerpt:

Real estate entities may take a 100 percent interest expense deduction. However, if this deduction is made, the entity must use the alternative depreciation system for nonresidential real property, residential real property and qualified improvement property. The alternative depreciation system does not allow for the use of “bonus” depreciation and has longer recovery periods than typical tax depreciation.

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Edward  Reitmeyer

Edward Reitmeyer

Regional Partner-in-Charge, Tax & Business Services

  • Tax & Business
  • Philadelphia, PA