Luncheon: Tax Reform’s Impact on the Real Estate Industry
In the most sweeping overhaul of the U.S. tax code in more than three decades, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was signed into law Dec. 22, 2017. Select changes in this new law affect the real estate industry more than others and should be taken into account by owners, developers, managers, and tenants.
At our February luncheon, hear from RSM US LLP staff members Councilman David Greenwell and Justin Boyd who will discuss the TCJA’s impact on the economy, implications for businesses and individuals, and how key components should be interpreted. Greenwell and Boyd will then lead an interactive discussion on how the new law affects development deals and economic incentives here locally.
Councilman David Greenwell received a B.S. degree in accounting from Oklahoma City University, an M.B.A. from the University of Oklahoma, and is a graduate of the Kennedy School of Government’s Comparative Tax Policy and Administration Program at Harvard University.
For more than 35 years David Greenwell has provided insightful tax and consulting services throughout Oklahoma. As a lead tax partner with RSM US, LLP, he provides effective tax solutions for clients in the energy, consumer products, and real estate industries. David has significant experience with tax controversies, including representation before the Internal Revenue Service Appeals Division and various state tax authorities. He has significant experience advising on corporate and partnership restructuring, optimal tax accounting methods, and mergers and acquisitions.
Justin Boyd received his B.S. and Masters in accounting from Texas A&M University. Justin is a manager with 9+ years of experience with focus on the Real Estate and Private Equity industries. Justin is responsible for the tax compliance and planning for the clients he serves. He joined the Dallas office in 2008 and transferred to the Oklahoma City office in September 2015.