The mission of the ULI Los Angeles Young Leaders Group (YLG) is to create opportunities for young professionals to develop skills and build relationships that will help them advance in their careers, to help foster a connection to, and an understanding of, thoughtful land use and development practices, and to build a desire to remain active in the Los Angeles District Council and ULI National after they pass the Young Leader age threshold. The Los Angeles District Council has over 1,600 members, over 400 of which are under the age of thirty-five and fall into the category of Young Leaders.
To get involved with YLG, come to one of our upcoming events or contact ULI LA YLG Chair David Wong. Like the ULI Los Angeles YLG on Facebook to get updates on what is coming up!
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Young Leaders Group Committee Chair
OC Fund Advisors
Young Leaders Group Chair
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by Justin Gugajew, Tax Manager, Moss Adams LLP Given the spotlight that has been cast on the national debt lately, very few believe there will not be sweeping government reform, whether through tax increases, spending cuts, or both. Even if Congress fails to reach a deal to help balance the budget, many current tax incentives would expire after 2012. In addition, absent new legislation, starting in 2013 we will see several rate increases, including: A jump in the highest marginal federal tax rate, from 35 percent to 39.6 percent A … READ MORE