FREE Insight on D.C. Combined Reporting for Real Estate Investors and Developers
Real estate investors or groups that own, develop or manage real estate in Washington D.C. are facing a new franchise tax reporting methodology that may change the amount of franchise tax paid to D.C. for tax years beginning after December 31, 2010. This new methodology is called Combined Reporting (DCCR).
If you are a real estate investor or developer with real estate projects in D.C., please contact me to receive a free two-page explanation to learn about the potential impact on your business, the key tests to determine if combined reporting applies to you, and the action steps you can take to mitigate the impact.
My name is Brian Strahle and I hope you find this blog informative and useful. My personal mission is to fix and prevent state tax problems. I provide companies with leverage (knowledge, judgment and advocacy) so they can operate across state lines with peace of mind.
I am a multistate tax consultant and I serve clients across the U.S. from my office in Washington D.C. For more info, visit my website: www.leveragestateandlocaltax.com
Because state and local taxes are deceptively simple and endlessly complicated.