With a new president in the White House who campaigned on tax cuts, and Republican majorities in the House and Senate who have long been waiting, 2017 may be the year tax reform finally moves forward. But major storm clouds loom on the horizon for 1031 like-kind exchanges. 1031 like-kind exchanges, a very useful tax provision for the real estate sector, could be reformed or eliminated during the next phase of tax reform activity in Congress. Take Action.
The Obama Administration continues its efforts to limit the use of Tax Deferred 1031 Like-Kind Exchanges. In their 2017 budget proposal, the Obama proposed a one million dollar limit on both real and personal property exchanges. The REALTORS® Land Institute advocates strongly that these exchanges are a vital contributor to the entire real estate industry and the US economy as a whole. Read more.
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