Tax Considerations and investing
Where do I get information and counseling on the tax implications of buying, selling, and investing in real estate?
When it comes to tax issues, there is no substitute for consulting an experienced, licensed tax professional to properly advise you on the complicated tax implications of buying, selling, and investing in real estate. Please contact Mitchell W. Goldberg, Esquire of Berger Singerman LLP HERE.
Mitchell concentrates his practice in the areas of federal income, estate, gift, and generation skipping transfer taxation and related business transactional and structuring matters. Mitchell’s international tax practice includes counseling nonresident aliens investing in the United States (in-bound transactions) on different methods to minimize exposure to U.S. taxes, pre-immigration tax planning for nonresident aliens desiring to become U.S. tax resident or U.S. citizens, and counseling U.S. persons desiring to invest outside the United States (out-bound transactions) on the most effective structures to defer U.S. tax, minimize exposure to taxation in multiple jurisdictions, and other desired tax and economic results.