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Familiarity with purchase and sales of property

Course Description

Many practitioners advise their clients on the purchases and sales of property, but would like the opportunity to up their game and be able to handle more complex transactions and tax positions. In this course, tax expert James Hamill will cover advanced topics, such as 'cash partner' problems, parking transactions, issues that arise from mixed use, tenant-in-common structures and more, with special attention to navigating form 1065.


Jim R. Hamill, CPA, PhD

Jim Hamill is the Director of Tax Practice at Reynolds, Hix & Co., P.A., in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he provides tax consulting services for real estate, partnership, and corporate clients and also provides estate planning services for families. He is also a managing member of Exchange Facilitators, LLC, which provides qualified intermediary and exchange accommodation titleholder services for Section 1031 exchanges. Jim is the author of over 30 CPE courses and more than 100 articles in professional tax journals and writes a weekly column on tax issues for the Albuquerque Journal. He has lectured on structuring tax transactions throughout the country for over 25 years and does web-based learning for CCH. Jim has taught classes for four of the national CPA firms as well as many other organizations. He is a CPA in New Mexico, a past Chair of the New Mexico Society of CPAs, has 34 years of experience as a tax practitioner, and also taught university tax courses for more than 20 years.

Course Specifics

May 24, 2016
Familiarity with purchase and sales of property

Compliance Information

IRS Provider #: 0MYXB IRS Course ID: 0MYXB-T-01029-16-O IRS Federal Tax Update Credits: 2
CTEC Provider #: 2071 CTEC Course ID: 2071-CE-0995 CTEC Federal Tax Update Credits: 2 Qualifies for CA Fraud: No

Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the complications of mixed-use real estate into 1031 exchanges
  • Recognize clients' residence tax issues
  • Solve problems caused by interactions between sections 1031 and 121 and sections 453 and 752

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