Everything You Need to Know to Defer Taxes by Ron Ricard
As we roll into the summer, it’s refreshing to see continuing economic improvement mirroring the growth of income property sales and 1031 Exchanges. However, the excitement of an increased property sale value can be quickly diminished with unexpected taxes. Many real estate investors are surprised to learn that taxes on their profits are substantially higher this year. When investment real estate is sold in 2013, some taxpayers could pay up to 20% capital gains tax, a 3.8% healthcare tax, depreciation recapture tax and varying state imposed taxes. Added together, these taxes can total anywhere between 30-40%, making 1031 Exchanges an invaluable wealth preservation tool.
Tax deferral is the hot topic in the real estate community and a 1031 Exchange still allows taxpayers to defer all of these taxes by simply rolling their profits into another property or properties. While the concept of a 1031 Exchange is straightforward, some investors and advisors may not have participated in a transaction for many years and may need to be updated on how to properly execute a 1031 Exchange.
Know your options and make informed decisions for your next 1031 Exchange transaction. Register today for IPX’s two complimentary webinars!
A 1031 Exchange Introduction and Refresher Webinar
This webinar will be held on June 12th and will provide a comprehensive foundation of 1031 Exchange information. Learn the basic rules and regulations and how to apply these to your transaction for maximum benefits.
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Advanced 1031 Exchange Issues Webinar
This webinar will be held on June 19th and will discuss the most recent changes in tax deferred exchanges and will cover topics such as reverse exchanges, build-to-suit exchanges, using seller financing in a 1031 transaction, and related party issues.
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