More Time to Invest in Opportunity Zones
Opportunity Zone Program Regulation Update
The Qualified Opportunity Zone Program (“QOZ Program”) final regulations were released on December 19, 2019 by the U.S. Treasury Department which, among other things, provided additional flexibility for K-1 partnership gains.
As a result, investors with K-1 partnership gains realized between January 1, 2020 and December 31, 2020 may be eligible for an investment in the QOZ Program along with the associated tax benefits until September 11, 2021.
K-1 PARTNERSHIP GAINS
Investors with K-1 gains realized in 2020 have until September 11, 2021 to complete an investment in a QOF (assuming a calendar-year partnership) and, going forward, have three options for calculating their 180-day window resulting in additional planning options for financial advisors well beyond March 31:
180 days starting with the date the asset is sold by the partnership;
180 days beginning on the last day of the partnership’s taxable year (December 31st for a calendar-year partnership); or
180 days starting on the date the partnership’s tax return is due, without any extension (March 15th for a calendar-year partnership).
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