In 2017, the federal government passed legislation creating a federal opportunity zones tax incentive program to boost development in economically distressed communities. It allows investors to defer taxes on capital gains if they invest money in opportunity zones. •
Opportunity zones came under fire this week as several key Democratic leaders criticized them for serving as a tax break for wealthy developers. The US Treasury is now conducting an investigation into the program for misconduct, though won’t derail the initiative. •
Maybe the benefits of investing in low income neighborhoods don’t have to be mutually exclusive? The investigation could provide a way for investors to promote the social impact of their investments. Or at the very least, it could push to strengthen investors’ reporting requirements on those investments. (📸: SF Gate)
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