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Tax Reform 101 for Senior Housing Developers, Part 2

April 11, 2018 Article 1 min read
Authors:
Jeremy Herman

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), is a significant piece of legislation and affects nearly everyone in the senior housing industry—no matter the size, specialty, market or corporate structure. Read more at Senior Housing News.

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As with any tax change, what may seem simple on the surface tends to be much more complex upon closer examination. This complexity, while frustrating at times, can also provide a lot of opportunities for planning for senior housing entities.

This series of articles will summarize key areas of the law that could impact senior housing. This second installment covers a variety of topics, including entity choice, business interest expense, and changes to meals and entertainment deductibility.

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