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Post Tax Reform – Refresher Points for 1031 Exchanges

Tax Reform is behind us and we are happy to report that Section 1031 remains in the Tax Code. Now that investors and businesses have seen the details of the tax legislation, interest in structuring real estate transactions as 1031 tax deferred exchanges has seen great...

1031 Exchange Trends for 2017

January 2016 Across the US, 2016 was a record year the number of tax deferred exchanges and continued growth is expected for 2017. However the future of 1031 is uncertain with the new administration and Congress. Section 1031 of the tax code allows investors to sell a...

May Your 1031 & Holidays Be Merry & Bright

‘Tis the season. To keep everything merry and bright, here are a few key 1031 updates and general reminders. Happiest of holidays from IPX1031®. 1031 End of Year Reminders – Tax straddling may be a viable option for you if you are currently considering a 1031...

Tax Straddling for 2016-17

If a taxpayer successfully completes a 1031 Exchange, major benefits include deferral of taxes and the ability to invest all of their equity. However, if a taxpayer is not able to purchase new property to successfully complete the 1031 Exchange, and the exchange...

Thank You from IPX1031®

To our many friends and clients. We want to say thank you. Thank you for your business. Thank you for your trust, confidence and loyalty. Happy Thanksgiving from IPX1031®. May the good things of life be yours in abundance, not only at Thanksgiving but throughout the...

10/31 Tricks and Treats

Fourth Quarter 1031 Tip If you are a calendar year taxpayer and you begin a 1031 Exchange during the 4th quarter of 2016, your 180 day deadline for completing the exchange will fall in 2017 — the next tax year. Timing is crucial for your tax reporting. To properly...

2 Is Better Than 1: A 1031 Win with Dual Use Property

If you are thinking of selling your dual use property – a primary residence property which is also used for business or investment purposes – you may qualify for the benefits of two sections of the Internal Revenue Tax Code. By combining IRC Sections 121 and 1031 in...

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