ADVANCED Pennsylvania and Philadelphia
Realty Transfer Tax
On Wednesday, March 18, from 12:00 – 3:15 p.m., the more sophisticated tax, business, bankruptcy and real estate attorneys can take advantage of the best team of realty transfer tax faculty in the Commonwealth.
Join Wendi Kotzen, partner from Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll; John Brenner, from the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue; Christine Bak, from the City of Philadelphia Law Department; and Phil Korb, partner from Ballard Spahr, as they share their insights and expertise on this highly complex topic.
Registration and lunch begin at 11:15 a.m. at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute
CLE Conference Center, 10th Floor, Suite 1010, Juniper Street Entrance.
The course will cover new Pennsylvania regulations regarding realty transfer tax were issued in 2007 – what has and will be the impact and how do the new regs change the way you need to structure real estate transfers? What types of transfers are most impacted by the regs?
As with any tax issue, the manner in which a transaction is structured can have monumental consequences for your client – do you know how to achieve the best tax result for your client in: sophisticated commercial transactions?; bankruptcy proceedings?; and high net worth estate planning?
Could you find yourself facing potential liability to a client if you fail to structure the deal in the manner that achieves the best transfer tax result?
This seminar is a MUST ATTEND for anyone involved with real estate transactions. This panel, with input from attendees, will discuss hypothetical factual circumstances and the realty transfer tax consequences and planning opportunities.