Internal Revenue Service Regulations: IRC §1031
Like-Kind Exchange: Additional Rules for Exchanges of Personal Property and for Exchanges of Multiple Properties This document contained final regulations relating to exchanges of
Internal Revenue Code Section 1031
Under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) section 1031, no gain or loss is recognized when companies sell business or investment property and acquire property that is like-kind. A transaction that is
Like-Kind Classification Codes
Depreciable tangible personal property is exchanged for property of a "like-kind" under section 1031 if the property is exchanged for property of a like-kind or like class. Depreciable tangible
Rev. Proc. 92-91: Air Emission Allowances
The purpose of the Act is to reduce the impact of acid rain through a program of annual allocations of sulfur dioxide emission allowances ("allowances") to certain fossil-fuel-powered combustion
Notice 2005-3
Additional Relief for Like-Kind Exchanges for Which Deadlines May Be Postponed Under §§ 7508 and 7508A of the Internal Revenue Code This notice advises taxpayers
Rev. Proc. 2000-37: Reverse Exchanges
Since the promulgation of the final regulations under § 1.1031(k)-1, taxpayers have engaged in a wide variety of transactions, including “parking” transactions, to facilitate reverse like-kind
Rev. Proc. 2010-14: Safe Harbor Treatment for Failed 1031 Exchanges Involving QI Defaults
This revenue procedure provides a safe harbor method of reporting gain or loss for certain taxpayers who initiate deferred like-kind exchanges under § 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code but fail to
Rev. Proc. 2003-39: Like-Kind Exchange Programs
Safe harbor rules are provided under section 1031 of the Code, which allows for deferral of gain realized on a like-kind exchange of property, with respect to programs involving ongoing exchanges
Chief Counsel Advice 20125049: Rental Equipment
Is Corporation X allowed depreciation deductions under § 167 of the Internal Revenue Code and like-kind exchange treatment under § 1031 for equipment that Corporation X simultaneously held for
Rev. Proc. 2008-16: Exchanges of Vacation Homes and Rental Property
This revenue procedure provides a safe harbor under which the Internal Revenue Service (the “Service”) will not challenge whether a dwelling unit qualifies as property held for productive use

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