Technology, taxation and representation
Troy Merkel, senior real estate analyst and audit partner with RSM’s national real estate practice, and Brad Collins, principal and leader of RSM’s partnership technology services team, recently sat down with PERE magazine to discuss the future of tax and technology automation.
Whether planning for a divestiture or deciphering tax implications of a U.S. presidential election, technology is transforming real estate investors’ ability to evaluate their tax obligations.
“What real estate firm leadership needs for investors is access to tax data in as close to real time as possible so they can carry out scenario planning,” explained Collins.
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