The Inside Track On 1031 ExchangeA Gift From The I.R.S
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For This Special Continuing Education Event With The Experts
Tuesday, September 29th at 10:00 AM - 2 PM
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Howard Silverman, a retired Senior IRS examiner and Enrolled Agent with the IRS, shares concepts and strategies simply and clearly in this seminar exclusive to Leap EDU. When a 1031 Exchange is properly executed, rules followed, the tax may be deferred entirely.
Understanding the 1031 exchange may allow agents and brokers to double and triple their business.
His lecture includes the following:
- 1031 Like-Kind Exchanges
- Definition of IRC Code Section
- How to determine at an initial interview with Real Estate clients if a 1031 exchange may be utilized
- Review actual case studies
- Understand what types of experts need to be called upon to ensure proper execution as the timeline is very specific and there are no extensions.
- Review the role of the intermediary
- Review the timeline and checklist on executing a 1031 exchange
Richard Kestenbaum and John Bernhardi will join Mr. Silverman as panelists to share their expertise and students will be able to ask questions regarding specific 1031-related concerns.
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Meet The Experts
He retired as Senior Internal Revenue Agent in the Large Business and International Examination Division of the Internal Revenue Service. His lifetime of experience, spanning over 44 years in small and large tax examinations, from individual return through to public companies, allows Howard to share concepts and strategies simply and clearly, coming from a depth in understanding of IRS codes and guidelines that most will never achieve.
Howard started with the examination of individual tax returns, and proceeded to advance, including positions of the classroom and on-the-job instructor, and continuing education instructor, and had special assignments assisting IRS Counsel, IRS Criminal Investigation Division, and the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Included in his many examinations were those that included IRC Sec 1031 exchange transactions. Howard has frequently been called upon to lecture on the topic.
When he retired, he did not want all of his career-long Institutional, procedural, and technical knowledge to go to waste. In that regard, he now renders consulting to accounting firms and companies on complex tax issues perform pro bono tax consultation to a tax law clinic and act as a guest lecturer on IRS practice, procedure and examination process to a law school and an accounting professional society.