1031 Exchange and 2014 Capital Gain Tax Rates

Posted by Andy Gustafson on Tue, Feb 04, 2014

Taxpayers selling and replacing real and personal property held in the productive use of a business or investment utilize a 1031 exchange or Internal Revenue Code Section 1031 to defer federal and state capital gains and depreciation recapture taxes. Taxes that represent upwards of forty percent of the sale can be used to acquire the replacement property. In effect, the 1031 exchange is an indefinite, interest free loan. The taxes are ultimately due when the replacement property is sold and the taxpayer cashes out.

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Capital Gains Tax Rate Economic Impact

Posted by Andy Gustafson on Thu, Apr 11, 2013

In 2013, the capital gains tax rate increased for those in the upper income brackets. Internal Revenue Code Section 1031 and Treasury Regulations provides a welcome relief for those taxpayers who replace their assets by potentially indefinitely deferring the federal and state capital gain by engaging a Qualified Intermediary to accommodate a 1031 exchange.  

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