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Tax Planning Important for Foreign Purchasers of U.S. Real Estate

Joshua A. Kaplan & Richard M. Goldstein
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Non-U.S. taxpayers are generally exempt from U.S. federal income tax on gain from the sale of U.S.-situs capital assets.  The one major exception is U.S. real estate.  Under the Foreign Investment in U.S. Real Property Tax Act (FIRPTA), gain from the sale of U.S. real estate by a non-U.S. taxpayer i...
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Publication December 2, 2021
Bilzin Sumberg Corporate Partner David M. Seifer explains why corporate attorneys in South Florida will continue to remain busy setting up financing for the companies moving to the region, with many firms rushing to get deals done before the end of the year with potential tax and regulatory changes ...
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