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Year-End Planning For Failed Exchanges
What will happen when a 1031 exchange begins in late 2006 and fails because the investor cannot find a suitable like-kind replacement property, or is not able to acquire a replacement property?  Learn More

1031 Exchange Due Dates at Year-End
You may have less than 180 days to complete your 1031 exchange if your relinquished property sale closes between October 17, 2006 and December 31, 2006.  It's easy to avoid this problem.   Learn More

Introducing Call Exeter 24/7

We realize that getting answers to 1031 exchange questions can be frustrating.  Exeter has made it easy to get the answers that you are looking for when you want them.  Learn More


IRS Releases 2006 Form 8824
The IRS has just released the new 2006 Form 8824 for reporting completed like-kind exchanges.  We have it, along with many other forms and documents you may need.  Access Now


What Does A Qualified Intermediary Do?
A Qualified Intermediary with significant expertise and experience is critical to structuring, advising and completing a successful 1031 exchange.  Learn More

1031 Exchanges: A History Lesson
Where did the tax-deferred exchange come from and how did we get here?  This one is for all of you history buffs out there!  Learn More

Defer Payment of Taxes Indefinitely!
1031 exchanges should be an integral part of your estate plan.  It's more than just a real estate transaction.   Learn More


Next Month: Year-End Planning
In our next issue of 1031 Exeter™ eNewsletter, we will cover how to choose a SAFE Qualified Intermediary; Seller carry-back note issues (yes, they're back!), and proactive income tax planning by combining Sections 1031 and 121. 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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