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How Is A 1033 Exchange Different From A 1031 Exchange?

Real estate investors should have an alternative for every investment they initiate. Sometimes, these alternatives fetch more profit than primary investment plans. Where investors should pay attention to is the investment plan, which they’re considering an alternative to the primary one, is actually an alternative. It’s quite normal to get confused among two similar investment …

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Avail Facilities of 1033 Property Exchange To Defer Tax

Avail Facilities of 1033 Property Exchange To Defer Tax The term 1033 Exchange is identified in Internal Revenue Code. You can use this section if you lose your property due to natural calamity, casualtytheft, or condemnation and can acquire gain through the insurance or condemnation proceeds. If you need to pay tax for your property …

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Understanding the Key Differences Between a 1033 Exchange and 1031 Exchange

Understanding The Key Differences Between A 1033 Exchange And 1031 Exchange According to IRC Section 1031, a 1031 Exchange is a transaction which allows a tax payer to exchange one property for another by deferring the tax consequence of a sale. No gains or loss shall be recognized on the exchange of such a property. …

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