The 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act created new incentives for investments in certain low-income communities known as “qualified opportunity zones.” These incentives have the potential to be win-wins for investors and our communities. Now that Opportunity Zones have been designated in all 50 states, Opportunity Investment Funds are beginning to form. KMK Law and Clark Schaefer Hackett have partnered together to discuss how to effectively navigate the rules, and access the tax incentives to spur investment in these under-resourced neighborhoods.
• What is a Qualified Opportunity Zone and where are they located
• What are the tax incentives available to investors in Opportunity Funds
• What are the Opportunity Fund requirements and structures
• How to evaluate the investment opportunity and after-tax returns available