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Webinar: March 2021 Landlord Study Hall

Tax Preparations for Rental Properties (0026)

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (PST)
Zoom Webinar

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Tax season is here and we’re excited to offer March’s Landlord Study Hall topic, Tax Preparations for Rental Properties! Our presenter is Adam Abplanalp, the founder and managing principal at Cobalt, a financial services firm specializing in real estate accounting. Let’s get organized for tax filing for your rental properties. We’ll discuss how you can best prepare and position your properties for the most favorable outcomes.

1.5 CEU 

Multifamily NW Welcomes: Adam Abplanalp, Principal, Cobalt P.C.

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Multifamily NW Welcomes

Adam Abplanalp, Principal, Cobalt P.C.

With plans to one day work for the United Nations, Adam went to pursue a Political Science degree at the University of Oregon’s Honors College. To ensure he had “some real-life skills” he added a business minor as well. Beginning with introductory accounting classes, it all just made sense to him. He says, “it was like something clicked when I started to learn about debits and credits -- and that's when I knew I wanted to pursue accounting.” He changed his major in the middle of his junior year and was the first Honors College student to get a degree in Accounting. After seven years working at Umpqua Bank, Adam was ready for a new challenge. He founded Cobalt in May of 2015 and has been growing the business ever since! Adam also contributes to Cobalt's commitment to give back to the community through his involvement as a member of the Board of Directors and Finance Committee of Human Solutions, Inc., a non-profit that provides affordable housing and related services in Multnomah County, and he was appointed to the City of Portland's Business License Appeals Board by the Portland City Council in 2019.