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IRS Issues Deadline Extensions for Like-Kind Exchanges
IRS issued Notice 2020-23 which provided extensions to Section 1031 exchange deadlines. This Notice extends any 45-day or 180-day deadlines that occur between April 1, 2020 and July 14, 2020 to July 15, 2020. Please note, this extension applies to all taxpayers with exchange deadlines within this timeframe. Previously with other extensions involving natural disasters, the IRS has provided for a longer 120-day extension period but relief was provided only to “affected” taxpayers. This relief is broader as it is being universally applied, and the extension date of July 15, 2020 is the same for everyone.
Please do not hesitate to call to discuss the impact of the extension on your current or upcoming exchange. Our hearts go out to everyone who has been impacted by this worldwide crisis.
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A §1031 tax-deferred exchange
is a transaction which permits an investor to defer the payment of capital gains tax by “exchanging” investment property owned by an investor (“relinquished property”) for another investment property (“replacement property”) of equal or greater value.
The most common type of exchange is a delayed or straightforward exchange. By properly effectuating an exchange, the investor is able to defer the realization of capital gains as well as the recapture of depreciation.
A delayed exchange is the most common type of exchange. Certain IRS requirements must be met to structure a delayed exchange.
This type of exchange occurs when the relinquished property and the replacement property are transferred concurrently.
An investor may choose to improve a replacement property by building a structure or making improvements to an existing structure on the property.
Reverse exchanges are the most complex type of exchange. Such an exchange permits the investor to acquire their replacement property before the relinquished property is sold.