How mandatory accounting methods impact South Florida condo developers

The South Florida condo market has experienced a boom in recent years, due in large part by the influx of foreign investors, many of whom are paying cash for their condos. While cash up front is ideal and developers can use such proceeds to cover construction costs, if not properly planned and managed, developers may find themselves in an unexpected cash flow dilemma as a result of a special accounting method required under the Internal Revenue Code (the “Code”).   Read the article……….


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