The NYU School of Professional Studies 2015 Federal Real Estate and Partnerships Tax Conference provides a comprehensive overview and up-to-date coverage of the new and proposed changes, latest rulings and regulations, and hot new trends affecting real estate and partnership taxation. Nationally recognized experts guide attendees through in-depth general sessions and panel discussions that provide insight into the most advanced tax issues. The Conference covers topics that offer a competitive edge and features discussions led by key government representatives on the legislative outlook for real estate and an update on recent and pending developments.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
These two days of advanced-level learning are designed for accountants, attorneys, and tax and real estate professionals, at all levels, who are involved in the planning and transactional work related to partnership and real estate taxation. They offer participants a clear understanding of the key issues affecting their clients and present planning ideas that can immediately be used in their practice.
At the Conference, you will:
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT
ESTIMATED CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
Except where indicated, CLE credits are in the categories of professional practice/practice management. CLE boards define a credit hour as either 60 minutes or 50 minutes.
Recommended CPE credits are in the following NYS subject area: Taxation. NASBA Field of Study: Taxes. In accordance with the Standards of the National Registry of CPE Sponsors, CPE credits are based upon a 50-minute hour. Please note that not all state boards accept half credits.
New York and Texas require sponsors to individually register with their states as continuing professional education sponsors; the NYU School of Professional Studies is a registered sponsor in the State of New York (Sponsor ID# 000493) and the State of Texas (Sponsor ID # 000439).
A certificate of attendance is given to each registrant and validated upon completion of the program. For questions concerning credit hours or approvals, please call (212) 992-3320 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
CONFERENCE FEE AND DISCOUNTS
The conference fee of $1,440 includes tuition, continental breakfast, refreshment breaks, and lunch on both days, the reception on day one, and one set of course materials on a USB flash drive. Register by June 8, 2015, and receive a 15% Early-Bird Discount ($1,244). If two or more individuals from the same firm register at the same time, each person will qualify for the 20% Team Discount ($1,152 each). Note: Promotion and discount codes as well as team discounts must be applied at time of registration. Discounts cannot be applied retroactively to existing registrations, or combined with other offers.