Category Archives: Like-Kind Exchange

1031 Exchange Acquisition Completion Deadline

Important information for investors beginning a 1031 exchange from October 18 – December 31, 2013 The time frame an exchanger has to complete the acquisition of a replacement property in a 1031 exchange ends at midnight on the earlier of … Continue reading

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1031 Exchanges and Cost Segregation

A 1031 exchange allows investors to improve returns at the time they dispose of any property held for investment by providing the opportunity for tax deferral of all recapture, federal and state capital gain taxes and the new 3.8% Section … Continue reading

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1031 Exchange Year-end Tips

Here’s a couple year-end tips if you are considering a 1031 exchange. Did you know that if you open a 1031 exchange and your Accommodator is holding your funds before the New Year you get to defer any capital gain … Continue reading

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How do I compute gain in a like-kind exchange when some cash is received?

When you receive cash other than the like-kind property in a like-kind exchange, the cash is treated as “boot.” Boot does not render the transaction ineligible for non-recognition treatment but it does require you to recognize gain to the extent … Continue reading

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