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NEW Pennsylvania Law to Recognize 1031 State Tax Deferral

Unlike other states, when real estate was sold,  Pennsylvania did not permit taxpayers to defer state taxes via a 1031 Exchange – only federal taxes could be deferred. This changed on July 8, 2022, when Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf signed House Bill 1342 into law.  Included in the omnibus tax bill is a provision that will conform Pennsylvania’s state tax treatment of like-kind exchanges with Section 1031 of the federal Internal Revenue Code for tax years that begin after December 31, 2022.  A summary of the bill provided by the Pennsylvania House can be found here (reference to Federal IRC § 1031 is on page 3).

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