Its not about how much money you make, rather its all about how much of it you keep! Smart investors use all the tools available to them to increase their returns in exponential ways. In June, familiarize yourself with 3 tax advantaged strategies that the super saavy know about: Cost Segregation, 1031 Exchange and Opportunity Zones. Contrary to popular belief, cost segregation can save you $1000s and does not just apply to commercial properties! Next, be sure to attend to learn about all the changes to the 1031 Exchange laws. Finally, discover how and where to invest in the Opportunity Zones, a trending hot topic!
Cost segregation reclassifies assets to maximize personal property and optimize depreciation deductions. This results in substantial cash flow benefits. Learn how to use this invaluable tool to your benefit!
The Opportunity Zones incentive is a new community investment tool established by Congress in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 to encourage long-term investments in low-income urban and rural communities nationwide. Opportunity Zones provide a tax incentive for investors to re-invest their unrealized capital gains into dedicated Opportunity Funds. Be sure to attend to learn how to use these great new strategies to your advantage!!!
Rhett Gagon - OC
Wednesday, June 19th, 2019
The Hotel Fullerton
1500 S. Raymond Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92831
$20 for Pre-Registered
$25 at the Event
Annual Members Free
-Men and Women Welcome-
About Rhett Gagon:
Rhett’s professional career has involved working personally with high net-worth individuals, across the country; training and speaking at conferences on a local, regional and national level. Rhett’s expertise in Cost Segregation began in 2010 when he joined the Cost Segregation Authority team. Primarily responsible for education and business development in California, he enjoys the client interaction most of all. Since 2010 he has worked on numerous Cost Segregation projects valuing multiple hundreds of millions in commercial and rental property.
Rhett Gagon holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brigham Young University. He is an active member of CalCPA, and sits on two committees for the same. When not at work Rhett enjoys spending his time being active with his wife and 3 children.