The IRS and the U.S. Department of the Treasury released round two of proposed regulations surrounding the Qualified Opportunity (QO) Zone Program today. The 169-pages of regulations address many areas, including:
- How businesses headquartered in designated QO Zones may benefit,
- The timeline for QO Zone Funds to sell qualifying investments and reinvest in other QO Zone investments,
- Whether triple net leases are active trades or businesses,
- Whether vacant properties can satisfy the original use test, and more.
This much-anticipated round of proposed regulations aims to help investors take full advantage of the new federal program and should make a big impact in 2019. Look for more comprehensive coverage of the regulations available on our site soon.
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