Defer Capital Gains and Depreciation Recapture Taxes
Like-kind exchanges allow clients to defer capital gains taxes when selling appreciated assets, like real estate, by acquiring replacement property. The benefits of a 1031 exchange in comparison to a typical sale and repurchase can be tremendous - but carrying out a successful exchange requires a strong grasp of technical rules, regulations and planning strategies. How does your knowledge and skills stack up? This detailed program will guide you step-by-step through the rule-driven process, from the initial deliberations to finalizing the exchange. Help your clients take advantage of tax opportunities - register today by clicking here.
David Gunning, Member, McDonald Hopkins
Greg Smith, Vice President, Investment Property Exchange Services
- Anticipate when a 1031 exchange would be advantageous for your client.
- Grasp key rules and requirements that are critical to obtaining benefits and avoiding audit issues.
- Receive clarification and real-world tips on designating the replacement property.
- Gain practical advice on structuring contract language and completing the required forms.
- Learn how to properly file and report taxes associated with the exchange.
- Uncover procedures for carrying out reverse exchanges.
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