Michael Kendhammer, CPA and Glen Weyenberg, CPA, Principals with SVA Certified Public Accountants S.C., with present for Smart Growth Greater Madison on August 23, 2018. The presentation will focus on the recent updates to this year’s tax law changes. Some of the topics covered will include current status of the opportunity zones, depreciation and recapture, interest expense deduction, historic tax credits, Section 199 business deduction, and tax incremental financing (TIF).
Mike is a Principal at SVA Certified Public Accountants, S.C., with expertise in the real estate industry. Mike consults with developers, investors, contractors and property managers on proposed developments and property management issues. He advises on income tax, deal structuring, and due diligence issues. Mike’s experience also includes working with entities receiving Certified Historic Structure (CHS), Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC), and New Market Tax Credits (NMTC).
Glen is Principal-in-Charge of Real Estate Services at SVA Certified Public Accountants, S.C. He is involved in every phase of structuring real estate transactions. Glen specializes in up-front structuring of real estate developments. These services include maximizing the impact of tax credits, various financing options, negotiating with investors and lenders, and formulating operating and exit strategies. Glen works with many entities that receive special tax credits, such as low-income housing credits, rehabilitation structure credits, energy credits, and new markets credits.
To register for this event, visit http://smartgrowthgreatermadison.com/calendar/.
About Smart Growth Greater Madison
Smart Growth Greater Madison (SGGM) is the advocacy organization for Dane County Real Estate Developers. Founded in 2003 by a group of local real estate developers as an entity to represent the voice of the real estate developer community, SGGM has grown to include a wide range of commercial and residential developers, and has added associate members including general contractors, architects, engineers, law firms, and insurance companies. Our mission is to further rational public policy as it pertains to development in Dane County. Issues SGGM has been involved with include zoning code rewrites, tax incremental financing policy, demolition standards, parking standards, changes to signage requirements and affordable housing policy. In addition to advocacy, SGGM provides an educational resource for elected officials and the general public on a myriad of issues surrounding development.