Bryan Kirk: Tax Reform Makes Real Estate Investment Trusts More Attractive


While the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has made REITs (Real Estate Investment Trusts) a more compelling option for investors, there are still a number of variables that must be considered before deciding whether it is the right fit for your needs. Bryan Kirk, Head of Financial Planning and Trust Counsel, lends his thoughts on the subject in this short article.


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