Defer Capital Gain and Depreciation Recapture Taxes Indefinitely
While investing in real estate through the buying and selling of property can be a lucrative endeavor, in order for an investor to take their efforts - and profits - to the next level, they need to learn how to never pay income taxes on the sale of investment property by mastering the art of deferring capital gain, depreciation recapture income tax liabilities - normally as high as 35 percent - by means of a 1031 Exchange transaction.
Structuring real estate transactions as 1031 tax-deferred exchanges allows an Investor to defer 100% of their income tax liabilities. Instead of their equity going toward the payment of income taxes, an Investor will be able to exchange into larger properties with greater income potential. When it comes to 1031 Exchanges, they should always be the first option any real estate transaction attempts to use, as they always allow an Investor to keep their equity invested. It is highly recommended that any Investor utilize 1031 Exchanges continuously throughout their lifetime in the real estate field; unless a significant reason exists, an Investor should ever have to pay income taxes on the sale of investment property.
Disclaimer: 1031 exchange made simple does not guarantee the performance of the QI's in our referral network and we can not be held liable for any misrepresentations or mistakes in regards to a 1031 exchange by one of the QI's that we refer to you. 1031 Exchange made simple does not provide tax advice nor can we make representations regarding the tax consequences of an exchange transaction. 1031 Exchange made simple is a 1031 QI Referral Network. 1031 made simple is not responsible (in any way) for the performance, creditability, and financial condition of any QI in our network. In this new economic environment it is imperative that all potential 1031 exchange customers do their own due diligence and research on any QI that they may use, on a 1031 exchange. Please verify and check the validity of the Bonding and Insurance of your QI. It may be wise to have your 1031 exchange accounts set up as separate, individual customer accounts. Our web site is to be used as a information based web site only. All parties doing a 1031 exchange must consult their tax advisors or attorney for this information.
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