Using Multiple Tax Code Sections For Maximizing Your Money
An effective way to minimize one’s tax liability is by combining the benefits of multiple tax code sections. In the 1031 Exchange industry, a way we see this strategy utilized is with the guidance provided in Revenue Procedure 2005-14. The Revenue Procedure allows taxpayers to take advantage of the Primary Residence Exclusion under §121 AND the tax deferral benefits of §1031.
When a 1031 Exchange is opened in the latter part of the year, a seasonal treat worth mentioning is “tax-straddling”. If that exchange is successfully completed, those taxpayers defer taxes to receive the benefits of the 1031 Exchange. However, if that exchange fails and is not completed, taxes will be due. The treat for those taxpayers is that they may still qualify for a “mini-tax deferral” (via tax straddling) where they can report and pay their taxes on their 2023 tax returns instead of immediately on their 2022 tax returns. Read more here.
Happy Thanksgiving from IPX1031
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Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours.
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IPX1031 focuses solely on 1031 Tax Deferred Like Kind Exchanges. With over 30 years as the national leader of exchange services, IPX1031 expertise, strength and security are unmatched. We pride ourselves on keeping our clients and their advisors current on tax issues pertaining to section 1031 Exchanges and applications. We aim to be your complete informational resource and to provide you with the knowledge, support, documentation and protection necessary to guide you through the Exchange process. For further guidance on how to fully maximize this powerful strategy, please contact IPX1031.