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How Preserving Land Can Save You Millions

About the Event

In 1976, Congress recognized Conservation Easements as a tool to protect private lands along with critical species and habitats. Though the benefits have changed over the years, Conservation Easements remain one of the best ways for a family or individual to reduce their income tax burden during years with significant earnings, which could include but is not limited to a liquidity event such as the sale of a business.

Join our Fireside Chat with:


      • David Hamilton, President of Volante Specialty Group

      • J.C. Webb, CEO of Remterra Inc.

      • Robert Morris, President and COO of Remterra Inc.

    You’ll learn how this charitable deduction can offset up to 50% of your adjusted gross income with a carryforward of up to 15 years. They will also discuss risk mitigation, current issues with Conservation Easements, and other financial considerations for investors.

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