Tax Developments Provide Opportunities for Economic Growth in Indian Country (myLawCLE)
20 May 2019
Elizabeth C. Crouse
Francesca M. Eick
Bart J Freedman
Benjamin A Mayer
Opportunities for economic growth in Indian country — including the development of renewable energy projects, retail space, hotels and resorts, data farms, and more traditional farming activities, to name a few — are tied to several recent tax-related developments. These developments include federal regulations regarding the taxation of on-reservation real property and improvements leased and/or owned by non-Indians, whether tribes can collect sales taxes for on-reservation transactions with non-Indians, how treaties can impact taxation of certain off-reservation activities, and new opportunity zones in Indian country. This CLE will give a basic overview of federal Indian law to provide context and then dive into a discussion of these developments and potential impacts for both tribes and nontribal parties interested in investing in on-reservation economic growth and development.
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