Depreciation Recapture Income Tax Rates and Guidelines
Typically, for properties held more than 12 months, an Investor will encounter a Federal capital gain income tax rate of 15%, which is the maximum that can be levied in any given instance; in addition, there likely will be local or state-based taxes to contend with as well.
When 1250 property has been in service for more than one year I sold, the three income tax rates that may apply consist of the following:
- Excess Depreciation Recapture: the portion of depreciation that exceeds straight-line depreciation, which causes excess depreciation recapture on the disposition of 1250 property on aging additions to a property that includes sidewalks, driveways, fencing, parking, and landscaping.
- Depreciation Recapture: accumulated 1250 depreciation is taxed at a flat rate of 25% upon sale, up to a maximum of the amount of the recognized gain.
- Capital Gains: federal income tax rate on capital gains for Code Section 1250 property held longer than one year is fifteen percent.
Note that taxation runs consecutively from income tax rate one through income tax rate three and apply to property acquired in a 1031 exchange transaction.
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