In the wake of legislation already freezing the GSA real estate footprint, new policy is floating around Capitol Hill that would require the federal government to move away from the leasing-centric model that it currently uses. On the surface, this seems like a smart strategy, as the federal government is continually challenged to be more effective when it comes to managing resources
However, the reality is that this type of effort is a bad thing from a tax perspective.
Following is a podcast with Ross Litkenhous, Principal with SC&H Group, who discusses this issue in depth.
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