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DOZ and Providence Cristo Rey


Posted on 27th February 2015

DOZ’s Wendy Ketterman was a guest on Inside INdiana Business to discuss DOZ’s involvement with Providence Cristo Rey High School.  DOZ has partnered with Providence Cristo Rey for over 5 years to assist with the school’s Corporate Work Study program.  The episode of Inside INdiana Business discussing the program will be aired on Friday, February 27,… Read more »

Cap Regs – One Year Later


Posted on 19th January 2015

DOZ aired its first session of the Cap Regs – One Year Later webinar on January 8, 2015.  The webinar includes a discussion of accounting method changes arising out of Rev Proc 2014-16 and 2014-54 relating to the new capitalization and disposition regulations including the limited opportunity for taxpayers to file, and take advantage of,… Read more »

Douglas P. Koch joins DOZ as Director of Real Estate Consulting Services


Posted on 18th September 2013

Dauby O’Connor & Zaleski, LLC (“DOZ”) is pleased to announce and welcome Douglas P. Koch as Director of Real Estate Consulting Services.  Koch will join DOZ effective September 23, 2013.  He will be responsible for a new division of DOZ formed to provide consulting services to investors, housing agencies, syndicators, owners and managers of Low… Read more »

Does Foreclosure mean automatic recapture of LIHTCs?


Posted on 11th December 2012

Recapture of the low income tax credits results when, at the close of any taxable year in the compliance period, the amount of the qualified basis of any building with respect to the taxpayer is less than the amount of such basis as of the close of the preceding taxable year. As a result, the… Read more »

Carried Interest


Posted on 19th June 2012

Written by: Corrie McConnell Whatever happened to the proposed Carried Interest legislation?  As a real estate developer/investor, should I even care? These are both important questions – first of all, the proposed legislation has not passed in any of the recent legislative sessions, however, it came within 3 votes of passing. Although currently it seems to… Read more »

Preparing for an Aging Population


Posted on 5th June 2012

In April 2012, the Center for Housing Policy published a study that focused on the current and future housing needs for Americans age 65+. Within the next 40 years, the U.S. population of individuals 65 or older is expected to double and the population 85 or older is expected to triple. This trend, combined with… Read more »