In Conversation with Nick Gibbons, CPA at Armanino: Top 25 Opportunity Zone Tax Questions

by Angela S. Hwang, on May 6, 2021 12:08:56 PM

 

Are you thinking about investing in our Opportunity Zone Fund but still have some questions? Look no further – Urban Catalyst is always here to guide you! 

Our Founder, Erik Hayden, recently sat down with CPA Nick Gibbons to discuss the 25 Most Asked Opportunity Zone Tax Questions. Nick is a Partner at Armanino, and with his 17+ years of experience, he is a great resource for all tax-related questions. 

In this Q+A, Nick went into great detail about the origins of the Opportunity Zone Program and the tax benefits that it offers to investors. Be sure to watch the full video to find answers to the following questions:

Interested in learning more? Contact us today and let's get you started!

 

 

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