Opportunity Zone Funds & Network of Qualified Opportunity Funds
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How The Opportunity Zone Fund Network Works For You

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What Are Opportunity Funds?

Opportunity Funds are new investment vehicles that invest in properties located in economically distressed areas that exist within designated areas identified as Opportunity Zones. These funds allows access to U.S. investors who cumulatively hold trillions of dollars in unrealized capital gains in stocks and mutual funds alone— a significant untapped resource for economic development. These funds act as a vehicle to allow a broad array of investors to pool their resources in Opportunity Zones, increasing the scale of investments going to underserved areas.

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Where Are Opportunity Zones?

Up to 25% of low-income neighborhoods that meet the income qualifications of the program (and up to 5% of non-low income tracts that meet other income and geographic requirements) in each state, district, or territory can be designated as Opportunity Zones. In states, territories, and districts with fewer than 100 census tracts, up to 25 census tracts can be designated as Opportunity Zones. Areas certified as Opportunity Zones retain their designation for ten years. More than 8,700 Qualified Opportunity Zones have already been qualified in the US and US territories.

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Why Should I Consider Investing In an Opportunity Fund?

In exchange for following the rules of the Opportunity Zone program and investing in Qualified Opportunity Zones through Qualified Opportunity Funds, investors can receive substantial capital gain tax incentives immediately and over the long term. When an investor divests an appreciated asset, such as stocks or real estate, they realize a capital gain, which is a taxable event. Under the Opportunity Zone Program, if an investor reinvests a capital gain into an Opportunity Fund, they can defer and reduce their tax liability on that gain. Beyond that, they can also potentially receive tax-free treatment for all future appreciation earned through the fund.

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How Do I Invest In an Opportunity Fund?

To access these tax benefits, investors must invest in Opportunity Zones specifically through Opportunity Funds. A qualified Opportunity Fund is a US partnership or corporation that intends to invest at least 90% of its holdings in one or more qualified Opportunity Zones. As previously mentioned, Opportunity Funds are governed by IRC section 1400Z-2 and Opportunity Funds can self-certify to the IRS. But each Opportunity Fund is responsible for ensuring that they abide by the guidelines of the Opportunity Program in order to be able to offer tax incentives.

DISCLAIMER: OppFundNetwork.com is designed for educational purposes only and is not engaged in rendering investment advice. The information provided through oppfundnetwork.com should not be used as a substitute for doing your own due diligence. If you have any specific questions regarding Opportunity Funds or the investment in Opportunity Zones, please consult your licensed financial advisor.