Here’s the current status of the potential changes to the 1031 exchange, what we may see coming, and how to get involved.
The IRS has given an update regarding investors involved in a 1031 exchange transaction in designated disaster areas in Louisiana. Here are the details.
Investors involved in a 1030 exchange in the designated disaster areas in West Virginia have been granted 45 and 180 day postponements for their exchanges.
The IRS has issued postponements for 1031 exchange timelines for those in Alabama and Kentucky in designated disaster areas. Here’s the details.
Relief comes to taxpayers in disaster areas in Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana as the IRS issues 45 day and 180 day postponements.
For those involved in a 1031 exchange in Louisiana and California, the IRS has issued postponements of the 45 and 180-day deadlines. Here are the details.