Understanding Conservation Easements
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In 1976, Congress recognized Conservation Easements as a tool to protect private lands along with critical species and habitats. To put this measure into effect, Congress added Section 170(h) to the tax code to provide tax benefits for landowners who elect to conserve their property. 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.

The value of a Conservation Easement is considered a non-cash charitable contribution deduction. This charitable deduction can offset up to 50% of your adjusted gross income with a carryforward of up to 15 years. When properly executed, a Conservation Easement can allow a family to preserve millions in capital.

Join this Force For Knowledge webinar with J.C. Webb and Bob Morris from Remterra to learn how Conservation Easements can provide significant return on capital with net wealth preservation while creating a legacy for your family for generations to come.

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