Accruit CEO Brent Abrahm and Vice President Matt Medlock join other executives and corporate practitioners at the Commercial Equipment Marketplace Council's East Coast Roundtable, "a unique interactive roundtable designed to help disruptive industry leaders embrace innovation to transform their business in today’s digitalized world."
Jordan Born, Accruit's associate general counsel, will be a panel speaker in a Careers in Real Estate Law program at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago. During the event, "Let's Taco Bout Real Estate Law," alumni of the LL.M. Real Estate program discussed their career paths and practice in Real Estate Law to both J.D. and LL.M. students.
Accruit Client Service Manager Asher Azim joins fellow 1031 professionals at the Jeremiah Long Memorial National Conference on
Like-Kind Exchanges for in-depth discussion on topics pertaining to Section 1031, including:
Today, Accruit Associate General Counsel Jordan Born joins scholars, practitioners and other industry professionals at the
16th Kratovil Conference on Real Estate Law & Practice at The John Marshall Law School to discuss potential changes in land use to meet the needs of the commercial real estate industry.
In the event of a federally-declared disaster, the IRS will provide relief to taxpayers in the form of extensions on the 180-day
exchange period and 45-day
identification period rules. Notice of such relief is posted on this IRS web page:
Accruit and other members of the Federation of Exchange Accommodators convene at the FEA 2018 Annual Conference in Kansas City September 12 -14 to discuss issues relevant to
like-kind exchanges and the 1031 industry. The theme of this year's conference is "Building for the Future."
Accruit EVP Max Hansen charts the evolution and passage of the 2017 Tax Reform Act and its impact on property exchanges under Section 1031 of the
Internal Revenue Code in a program conducted by Northwest Farm Credit Services for its loan officers at Fairmont Hot Springs Resort near Anaconda, Montana. Max will also discuss the current state of real property exchanges and some of the recurrent issues faced by ag lenders and their customers.
DENVER –Accruit, a financial technology company that manages more than $8 billion in money flow annually, has announced the addition of Pat Frawley as the company’s Chief Financial Officer. Frawley has over
30 years’ experience in accounting and finance at organizations ranging from early-stage to multi-national businesses.
Accruit President and COO Karen Kemerling joins the
4th Annual SIM Women Summer Conference to share experiences, encourage growth and mentor other women in technology. Karen will facilitate roundtable discussions on conference presentations to help attendees connect material to individual and team growth.