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Understanding and Implementing Tangible Property Regulations


Tangible property expenditures, whether for personal or real property, matter on 2014 tax returns. The tangible property regulations, issued by the IRS in 2013, provide guidance on the capitalization and depreciation of capital expenditures; the treatment of materials and supplies; and the opportunity to write off all or a portion of an asset when disposed.

Husch Blackwell is pleased to partner with RubinBrown to offer a breakfast program focusing on the tangible property regulation laws effective in 2014, and the risks and opportunities they present to taxpayers in the construction industry.


  • Analysis of regulations
  • Implementation requirements and accounting method changes
  • Tax planning opportunities

Date and Time
Thursday, March 5, 2015
7:30 – 8 a.m. - Registration and Continental Breakfast
8 – 9 a.m. - Program

Husch Blackwell
190 Carondelet Plaza
9th Floor
St. Louis, MO 63105

Ken Slavens, Partner, Husch Blackwell (host)
Chris Coleman, Partner, RubinBrown (speaker)

Who Should Attend
CEOs and CFOs; contractors and subcontractors; engineers, architects and designers; general counsel; lenders; owners, executive management; and real estate developers and investors

Continuing Education Credit
Missouri and Illinois CLE and CPE credits are pending.

Contact Stephanie Dorssom at 314.345.6646.



Kenneth A. Slavens

Of Counsel