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Understanding Tax-Deferred Exchanges of Real Estate
The concept of tax-deferred exchanges is quite simple: If one trades property for like-kind property and does not receive any cash or other non-like-kind property, then no profit has been made, and
1031 Exchange Cooperation Clause
Due to changes in 1031 exchange over the years, it is no longer a requirement to disclose that a
Section 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges - A Review of the Final Regulations
Tax deferred exchanges of real estate have been recognized by the Internal Revenue Code since the 1920s. A variety of factors have converged the past several years leading to a dramatic increase in
Deferred Exchanges: Avoiding Traps for the Unwary
Tax-deferred exchanges of real estate have been recognized by the Internal Revenue Code since the 1920s. Recently, various factors have converged leading to a marked increase in the use 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
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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