1031 Like-Kind Exchanges: The 60-Minute Lawyer

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    Code §1031 is one of the five most ‘taxpayer friendly’ provisions of the Internal Revenue Code, and basically permits taxpayers who are holding real estate for business or investment purposes to exchange such assets for like-kind property—generally for any other type of real estate or real property interest—without having to recognize currently the built-in gain.

    This power-packed hour provides you with a clear, concise summary of the tax-free exchange rules under Code Section 1031 to help you better advise your clients on strategies and compliance.

    Hear a basic summary and review geared toward tax professionals who are not regularly engaged in this complex but very important area of tax law. Then move rapidly into some of the most complicated and ‘cutting edge’ developments, issues—and techniques—encountered today in the arena of like-kind exchanges, which are especially valuable for those with significant experience in the area.

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    Joseph B. Darby, III, Esq., Sullivan & Worcester LLP, Boston