Interested in deferring taxes with a 1031 Exchange? Contact us to learn how.
TitleOne Exchange Company is a wholly owned subsidiary of TitleOne Corporation.
In business since 2000, TitleOne Exchange Company serves as a qualified intermediary during the 1031 exchange process, helping investors to
defer capital gains tax on the sale of their business or investment property.
If you own business or investment property and want to reduce or eliminate the amount of capital gains tax that you will pay on the sale of your
property, you should consider the benefits of participating in a tax-deferred 1031 exchange.View our FAQs to learn more about the 1031 exchange process and read the most common questions about exchanges.
Important 1031 Exchange Tax Changes for 2018
The I.R.C. §1031 will continue to allow taxpayers with investment property the opportunity to defer their long term capital gains taxes when reinvesting.
There was speculation that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act would drastically change how investors defer long term capital gains tax. Luckily, due to the lobbying efforts of many investors and congressmen, the code remains intact with only a few changes.
- The IRS will no longer allow taxpayers to do tax deferred exchanges on personal property.
- Long term capital gains rates remain unchanged.
- Internal Revenue Code Section 121 remains unchanged.
Have questions? TitleOne Exchange Company offers complimentary consultations—Call us today. We can help you with strategies on deferring long term capital gains and more.