Monday, May 19, 2014

BOMA San Francisco's Gross Receipt Tax Briefing on May 22, 2014

Manuel Fishman

BOMA San Francisco Members:

San Francisco's newly enacted Gross Receipts Tax (GRT) requires that building owners and managers keep detailed records of rents, operating expenses, taxes, and other revenues and costs associated with the ownership and operation of office properties and other business ventures. Investors in and syndicators of real estate doing business in San Francisco have reporting obligations as well. 

Our own resident expert on the Gross Receipts Tax, Manny Fishman, attorney at law with the firm of Buchalter Nemer, along with Greg Kato, Policy and Legislative Manager with the San Francisco Treasurer's Office, will offer practical advice on the new forms being distributed by the Treasurer's Office to calculate the GRT as well as how and when your real estate firm needs to comply with the new business tax law. 

This is one BOMA luncheon program you can't afford to miss. Come prepared with your questions about San Francisco's Gross Receipts Taxes and new Business Licensing Taxes.

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