The 1031 Exchange Industry is constantly changing
Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) April 12, 2007
The Federation of Exchange Accommodators (FEA), a national trade association for Qualified Intermediaries of 1031 Exchanges as outlined by section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code, will host their mid-year conference next week in Washington D.C. The conference will be held at the Renaissance Hotel in Washington, D.C. from April 18, 2007 - April 21, 2007.
The conference is a meeting place for members of the FEA and provides an environment for networking and professional development. There will be numerous sessions including educational seminars and keynotes by key industry leadership. The most recent addition to the speaking line up is John P. Gimigliano, Senior Tax Counsel,Committee on Ways and Means who will provide Insight from Capitol Hill.
John Gimigliano is Senior Tax Counsel for the Committee on Ways and Means. He is also Staff Director for the Subcommitee on Select Revenue Measures. John is responsible for issues involving energy, cost recovery, accounting methods, tax credits, corporate reorganizations, the corporate alternative minimum tax, net operating losses and several other areas.
"The 1031 Exchange Industry is constantly changing," said Hugh Pollard, President of FEA "Therefore it is important for our membership to come together to learn and share knowledge on industry developments in order to provide clients with the upmost in professional and certified exchange work. The mid-year conference provides an incredibly dynamic environment."
The Federation of Exchange Accommodators (FEA) is a national trade organization formed to represent qualified intermediaries (QI's), their primary legal/tax advisors and affiliates who are directly involved in Section 1031 Exchanges. Formed in 1989, the FEA was organized to promote the discussion of ideas and innovations in the industry, to establish and promote ethical standards of conduct for QI's, to offer education to both the exchange industry and the general public, and to work toward the development of uniformity of practice and terminology within the exchange profession. The FEA also provides timely input and updates on pending State and Federal legislation, Internal Revenue Service and Treasury Rulings, and Court Decisions.
For more information on the FEA, and the mid-year conference, please visit http://www.1031.org.
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