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5 Misconceptions of 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges
Over the past 20 years, tax-deferred exchanges have become an increasingly important part of real estate transactions. Surprisingly, there are still some deep-rooted misconceptions about Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code, even though tax-deferred exchanges are prevalent in the real estate community today. Some of these misconceptions are so severe that real estate investors wind up losing their chance to take advantage of the tax savings afforded by structuring their transactions as an exchange.

A little knowledge can go a long way in helping you net the most profit in your investment property transactions.

Disclaimer - There are substantial risks associated with the federal income tax consequences of purchasing and owning real property, especially if the purchase is part of a tax-deferred exchange under section 1031 of the code. In addition, the income tax consequences of purchasing and owning real property are complex. Because the tax consequences are complex and certain consequences may differ depending on individual tax circumstances, each prospective purchaser must consult with and rely on his own independent tax advisor concerning the tax consequences of such a purchase and his individual situation.

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