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1031 Exchanges

What Is A 1031 Exchange?


1031 exchanges, also known as Like-Kind Exchanges or Deferred Exchanges, provide a way to sell qualified properties and use the profits from sales to purchase other qualified properties.

If done correctly by following the 1031 exchange guidelines, the Capital Gain is not taxed until a later date.

1031 exchange guidelines can be difficult and confusing. Though they can be found in Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Code, most people take basic 1031 exchange training to understand “What is a 1031 exchange?”, or use a 1031 exchange intermediary to do the actual transaction.

VendorPedia.com offers training for 1031 exchanges, reverse 1031 exchanges, and the 1031 exchange requirements from a variety of 1031 exchange companies.

Here you can find books or self study materials on 1031 exchanges or the listings of actual 1031 exchange intermediaries to help fulfill your 1031 exchange needs.
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