7 Key Rules About 1031 Exchanges-Before They’re Repealed

A 1031 exchange, also called a like-kind exchange or a Starker, is a swap of one business or investment asset for another. Do it right, and there is no tax. [...]

1031 Like Kind Exchange Explained

The 1031 like kind exchange target persona is an individual or corporation who owns real or personal property held for productive use in a trade, business or [...]

2013 Capital Gains Tax and Impact on 1031 Exchange

Internal Revenue Service Section 1031 exchange has garnered renewed interest from CPAs, tax attorneys and individual investors as a result of higher [...]

Depreciation and 1031 Exchange

Depreciation can be a confusing and difficult concept to understand. Individuals and businesses need to have a working knowledge of how to use depreciation [...]

Three Issues to a Foreign 1031 Exchange

Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 1031 applies to the citizen or resident of the United States (US) or non-resident alien subject to US federal income [...]

The 1031 Exchange Blog

In a 1031 exchange, a qualified intermediary (QI), accommodator or facilitator is engaged to provide exchange documentation and hold the exchange proceeds [...]

The 1031 Exchange Blog

Rental properties acquired in a 1031 exchange can be converted to the taxpayer’s primary residence. This is a popular strategy that allows taxpayers to live [...]