REALTORS® and The Tax Cuts & Jobs Act

Webinar recording from March 23, 2020
Presenter: Ryan Losi

This financial source webinar covers how many REALTORS® enter the market as a sole proprietorship, which is a valid form of business. In doing so, it is very important to develop an understanding of how to transact business in an effective but cost-efficient manner. The earlier you recognize and address how to transact your business as a business, the sooner your business will benefit. In addition, this webinar highlights and incorporates how certain newly enacted tax provisions of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act can be used by REALTORS® to increase both their net-after-tax business income and investment income.

Ryan Losi

Ryan Losi is Executive Vice President for PIASCIK, a boutique tax and financial planning CPA firm headquartered in Richmond, Virginia. Ryan leads the firm’s real estate and international tax practice. Ryan is widely considered as a thought leader on taxation topics such as international business, real estate, manufacturing and healthcare. He has presented at numerous organizations and universities, including U.S. Export-Import Bank, Virginia Conference on World Trade, South Carolina International Trade Conference, Council for International Tax Executives, Medical Society of Virginia, James Madison University, Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia State Bar, Virginia Economic Development Partnership and many others. Within the community, Ryan has served or currently serves as an adjunct professor for the Executive MBA program at Virginia Commonwealth University, Chairman of the VSCPA Tax Committee, President, Treasurer, and/or Board Member to the Virginia International Business Council, Society of International Business Fellows and Virginia Biosciences Development Center. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, PrimeGlobal and the Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants.

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