Under President Biden's April 28th tax proposals, two would affect the world of 1031 Exchange's. Under these two proposals, Section 1031 would be modified to: Eliminate the use of Section 1031 for deferring gains over $500,000. Eliminate the step-up cost basis at death. Since 1921 1031 Exchanges have been a vital part of the U.S.
It seems like everyone wants to know what it takes to live fulfilling lives, foster happier families, create and manage stronger teams, and have happier clients. And why not? Can you imagine a life where all those outcomes are a reality? The good news: There’s a way to pursue those results that research has shown
The pandemic has impacted people’s financial lives in ways both large and small. For many of us, it’s changed how we spend our money, and therefore how we accumulate and use those “oh so desirable” rewards doled out by our credit card companies, travel reward programs and the like. With that in mind, we reached
When COVID-19 first hit, closures and lock downs made virtual resources the only way to see certain sites-drawing in viewers to virtual zoo tours and the like. A Forbes article reported that the number of searches for the term “virtual tour” soared from 1,300 in February 2020 to nearly 10,000 the following month, when cities
Delaware Statutory Trust’s (DST’s) are legal entities that allow for fractional ownership of real estate assets by accredited investors. Beneficial interest in a DST is treated as direct interest in real estate for tax purposes, qualifying as “like-kind” property in a 1031 Exchange. Investors can defer taxes by exchanging real property for an interest in
Wealth and family can be a tricky mix. Affluence can help families achieve great things and realize their shared vision, of course. But it also can create resentments and rifts that could potentially damage a family’s financial position and cause estrangement among family members. What’s more, as wealthy families grow and expand over time, one
Registered Investment Advisor (RIA) vs. Broker Dealer: What are the Differences & Who Should You Invest With?
To the unfamiliar, both professionals may seem the same, but there are differences that distinguish the two in ways that investors should pay very close attention to. How are they Licensed? RIAs are registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) or their state securities regulator. Broker-dealers are members of the Financial Industry
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Nearly every company we can think of has a brand that communicates its culture and mission. But chances are, most of us have never considered what our family’s culture is all about-what we and our closest loved ones stand for as a unit. That means we may be missing a great opportunity to apply the
Up until 9 months ago when the Coronavirus (COVID-19) officially impacted the United States, commercial real estate investors were experiencing one of the hottest markets. Urban areas were seeing some of the highest prices in history. Seemingly overnight investors could no longer visit their replacement properties, banks pulled out of loans, & rental properties realized