Dean Mead Seminar on March 27th: “Will the Recent Tax Changes Have a Major Impact on Your Real Estate Investments?”

The recently enacted American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, together with the new 3.8% tax on investment income that was added to the Code as part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, but first became effective for tax years beginning in 2013, are likely to have a significant impact on real estate investments.  This program will explore these new provisions as they relate to real estate and examine the use of both new and old strategies to minimize their impact to the extent reasonably possible.

Date and Time:

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

11:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Registration and Lunch

12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Orange County Bar Association
880 N. Orange Avenue,  Orlando, FL 32801

Kindly RSVP:
By March 25th to
or by phone: (407) 428-5129

The program will feature three speakers from Dean Mead:

Charles H. Egerton is a tax and corporate attorney whose practice emphasizes tax planning for real estate transactions including tax-free exchanges, planning to preserve long-term capital gains in dispositions of real estate, tax planning for debt restructuring and workouts and tax structuring of joint ventures for the acquisition and development of real properties; negotiating and drafting partnership and limited liability company agreements; mergers, sales and acquisitions of businesses; and the handling of federal tax controversies at the audit, trial and appeals levels.

Stephen R. Looney is the Chair of the firm’s Tax Department. He represents clients in a variety of business and tax matters including entity formation (S and C corporations, partnerships, and LLCs), acquisitions, dispositions, redemptions, liquidations, reorganizations, tax-free exchanges of real estate and tax controversies.

Steven C. Lee represents businesses and business owners in connection with all types of business matters, including choice of entity on formation, acquisition, disposition and reorganization of businesses, tax planning for the acquisition of real estate, including tax-free exchanges, and other general business matters including employment and non-compete agreements.