A 1031 Exchange (Tax-Deferred Exchange) is One Of The Most Powerful Tax Deferral Strategies Remaining Available For Taxpayers. This allows the taxpayer to pay due taxes at a later date. In usual transactions, the landowner pays a percentage of his gain from the sale for taxes. But Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code allows the landowner to trade the property with another "like-kind" property. This however does not mean tax-free. It simply gives the taxpayer time to reinvest their profit.
The obvious benefit of a 1031 Exchange is that the taxpayer can postpone paying taxes. But an exchange of property of like kind has to happen. And this only pertains to investment property; not a personal home.
The exchange needs to be done within a limited time frame and reduced cost. And the funds need to remain invested. The taxpayer also needs to pay the exchange fee.
There are several ways of drafting a tax-deferred exchange. But it has to abide by the 1991 "safe harbor" regulations. It established procedures which include the use of an Intermediary, direct deeding, the use of qualified escrow accounts for temporary holding of "exchange funds" and other procedures which now have the official blessing of the IRS. Because of this, you will need the help of an Intermediary.
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