Legislators target REIT tax ‘loophole’

Forget for a moment whether it’s good or bad. Here’s how it works: A company creates a subsidiary to buy and manage property – say, office buildings or retail stores. It then leases the property from the subsidiary and writes off the rent as a business expense on its state tax return. The subsidiary, in…

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