Taxed Enough Already: Episode 2
Tax Deferred 1031 Exchanges
In the second episode of our show Taxed Enough Already, our Founder Dan Nuwash covers the benefits, rules, guidelines and restrictions of 1031 Exchanges. Being that the rules and regulations behind 1031 Exchanges are very strict, any unforeseen variables can make the process difficult, or have deals fall apart all together, which can create a large tax liability for the exchanger. Dan will also cover contingency plans that can be put in place to prevent those tax liabilities and some strategies that can be used to add some flexibility to the very strict process.
Dan Nuwash is the Founder and Managing Partner of Finance For Thought and can be reached through our website.
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More articles and videos over 1031 Exchanges:
1031 Exchanges: How to Create Flexibility and Contingency Plans
Current Crises are Hindering 1031 Exchanges, DSTs Could Rescue Stranded Investors
1031 Exchanges; How a Delaware Statutory Trust Can Make the Process Easier
1031 Exchange Provision are Strict, Make it Easy on Yourself with a Delaware Statutory Trust
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