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Blogs August 07, 2020 U.S. Property Transactions Slow Amid Pandemic

Uncertainty due to COVID-19 continues to plague U.S. property transactions in the new normal, but there are positive signs that deals can and will be made during these challenging times.

Blogs August 07, 2020 Syndicated Conservation Easements Still a Priority for IRS

A discussion of the IRS treatment of syndicated conservation easements, including Oakbrook Land Holdings LLC v. Commissioner

Blogs August 06, 2020 Trends Watch: Health Care

A conversation with J. Christopher Mize of Vivaris Capital regarding the outlook for and opportunities in investing in health care.

Podcast August 06, 2020 Fraud Considerations During the Pandemic

In this episode, David Sumner explores the increased fraud risks created by the current environment and how to mitigate those risks.

Articles August 06, 2020 Know Your Rights Under ERISA to Prevent Pension Fraud

A look at several types of pension fraud, what are the fiduciary responsibilities for fund managers to mitigate fraud under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, and who to contact should you believe there is fraud related to your pension plan…

Blogs August 05, 2020 Innovating During COVID-19: Esports Spotlight

The second in a series of articles regarding the innovation occurring during the time of COVID-19, this content focuses on esports and its growing presence in the entertainment and engagement of people seeking connection.

Articles August 04, 2020 Partnerships Remain High on the IRS Radar (Part 2)

Part II of this article focuses on issues such as partnerships and self-employment tax, sale of a partnership interest, and reporting of income deferrals under Section 457A.

Articles August 03, 2020 Found Money: Maximizing CAM Revenue

This article takes a look at the treatment of expenses -- referred to as operating escalations or common area maintenance (“CAM”) – as they are defined in the leases of retail, office, and industrial tenants.

Articles August 03, 2020 The Financial Pressures of COVID-19 on Higher Education

With remaining uncertainties due to the coronavirus, institutions of higher learning will have to examine their educational model—online and/or in-class—relative to their business model, which includes revenues versus expenses.