1031 Exchanges, also called Like-Kind Exchanges, present significant tax-deferral incentives for real estate investors. Learn how 1031 Exchanges work and get clarity on what you need to do to qualify for the capital gains tax deferral. Get practical guidance on eligibility criteria, property designations, accounting requirements and advanced exchange tactics. Don't miss this opportunity to add a powerful tax strategy to your skill set - register today!
Discover the benefits of 1031 Exchanges.
Learn what types of property exchanges qualify for 1031 tax deferral.
Explore property designation and accounting requirements.
Get reverse exchange strategies and learn how to tackle property improvement issues.
Rationale for 1031 Exchanges
Benefits of Tax Deferral
Basic Requirements to Qualify for 1031 Tax Deferral
What is Real Property and What is Non-Qualified Property
Exchanges of Foreign Real Property
How to Properly Designate Replacement Property
Partial Victories and Partial Tax Deferral in a 1031 Exchange
Accounting Requirements for Value, Equity and Debt
Complex Exchanges - Including Improvements to the Replacement Property
Reverse Exchanges - Front Leg, Back Leg and Non-Safe Harbor
Combining IRC 121 Exclusion for Primary Residences and 1031 Exchange
JEFFREY R. PETERSON is a dynamic and entertaining public speaker, who is able to explain important wealth building tax strategies in a clear, understandable way. His company, Commercial Partners Exchange Company, LLC, facilitates 1031 exchanges, as well as “TIC” exchanges, Delaware statutory trusts, “build-to-suit” exchanges, and “reverse” exchanges as a qualified intermediary. Mr. Peterson works with clients on a nationwide basis, but focuses primarily on Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. He received his B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of Minnesota. He is a frequent speaker on various topics related to like-kind exchanges and alternative tax strategies. Mr. Peterson is a member of the Minnesota State Bar Association and the Tax Section of the American Bar Association.
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