Announcement: Michaela Schilling Achieves CES® Designation
In 1988, Investors Title Exchange Corporation, a sister company, was established to provide commercial real estate exchange services under Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code. Under this structure, Investors Title Exchange Corporation acts as a qualified intermediary in tax-deferred exchanges. Investors Title Accommodation Corporation, a sister company, was established in 1994 as an exchange accommodation titleholder in safe-harbor reverse exchanges. A properly structured tax-free exchange allows a taxpayer to defer capital gains taxes on the exchange of qualifying property.
For more information on exchange transactions, please review Basic Guidelines for a Like-Kind Exchange.
The proposed $1.8 trillion American Families Plan includes a $500,000 gain cap on like-kind exchanges as a means to pay for the proposal, which is a direct threat to Section 1031. Learn more about how you can help preserve 1031 exchanges: Call to Action.
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