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The 1031 Tax Advantage for Real Estate Investors

by Timothy S. Harris

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0071478965, Paperback)

Increase your real estate wealth by deferring your capital gains taxes

The 1031 Tax Advantage for Real Estate Investors is a highly accessible guide to making the most of this powerful option. Timothy Harris and Linda Monroe bring their practical knowledge and legal expertise to the complex topic of tax-deferred “like-kind” exchanges, explaining the intricacies of 1031 in jargon-free language and dispelling common misconceptions.

Framing their approach around their clients' most frequently asked questions, the authors present detailed, step-by-step advice on all the required elements for a successful exchange. Through clear explanations of necessary tax concepts as well as example situations of actual investors, you'll learn how to:

Determine how much to reinvest in an exchange Use the IRS identification rules to your advantage Understand exchanges involving related parties and the implications of seller financing Use real estate proceeds with NO tax consequences Navigate the complexities of personal property exchanges, refinancing of exchange property, and exchanges done in reverse order Handle earnest money deposits, and prorations Take advantage of tax-deferred investor pools and TICs (Tenant-in-Common) benefits

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