DiCicco Gulman & Company Hosts Real Estate Roundtable Focused on Creative Tax Strategies

Commercial property owners will learn to use historic rehabilitation credits, brownfields credits, cost segregation studies, new repair vs. capitalization regulations to reduce taxes
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Aug. 16, 2012 - PRLog -- Woburn, MA  ─ DiCicco, Gulman & Company LLP (DGC) will host a Real Estate Roundtable for commercial property owners and developers at which experts will discuss creative tax strategies that may yield significant savings. The event will take place from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 20, 2012, at the Westin Waltham, 70 3rd Ave., Waltham, MA.

Panelists include real estate advisors and their clients, who will be sharing their advice, insights and experiences related to:
•   Historic Rehabilitation Credits
•   Brownfields Credits
•   Cost Segregation Studies
•   New Repair vs. Capitalization Regulations

”As advisors, we look for ways to help clients save money,” says Donald A. Greenhalgh, partner in charge of the Real Estate group at DGC. “The topics we will be discussing are very timely. They are creative, in that, you have to be able to recognize certain instances in which they can be used. Our goal is not to simply discuss them in theory, but to bring them to life for the audience with real-life applications. We have paired advisors with idnho clients to share stories of actual scenarios in which these strategies were applied and have been successful.”

The first panel consists of Donald A. Greenhalgh, CPA, a partner in the real estate group at DGC, and Rebecca Mattson, principal at Sagebrook Development LLC in Wayland, discussing historic rehabilitation credits. Joining them will be Warren Kirshenbaum, president and CEO of Cherry Tree Group in Newton and John Schwarz, CFO of The Beal Companies, LLP of Boston, to discuss brownfields credits.

The second panel includes Jeffrey D. Hiatt, director of new business development at MS Consultants, LLC of Williamsville, N.Y., and David Morency, senior vice president at The Wilder Companies, Boston, who will be discussing cost segregation studies. They will be followed by Philip A. Mann, managing director of MS Consultants, LLC, and Jonathan B. Farrell, CPA, a principal in the real estate group at DGC, who will be discussing the new repair vs. capitalization regulations.

For more information or to register online go to www.dgccpa.com/roundtable.

About DiCicco, Gulman & Company LLP
DiCicco, Gulman & Company LLP (DGC) is one of New England’s most respected CPA and business advisory firms with specialized expertise in the Real Estate industry. As an independent member firm of Moore Stephens North America, DGC has access to a global network of technical expertise and best practices.  For more information please visit www.dgccpa.com or call 781-937-5320.

Kate Ferenczy            Dave Kowal
DiCicco, Gulman & Company      Kowal Communications, Inc.
781.937.5320            508.393.7023
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