New Proposed Regulations - Statutory Limitations on Like-Kind Exchanges

New Proposed Regulations – Statutory Limitations on Like-Kind Exchanges

The IRS has published proposed regulations that address the definition of real property. A copy of the proposed regulations is available below.

The proposed regulations provide guidance implementing changes enacted in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). These proposed regulations amend the existing regulations adding a definition of real property reflecting statutory changes limiting section 1031 to exchanges of real property.

The proposed regulations provide a rule addressing a taxpayer’s receipt of personal property that is incidental to real property. They also affect taxpayers that exchange business or investment property for other business or investment property in determining whether the exchanged properties are real property for Section 1031 purposes.

Click to Read More: Proposed Regs – Real Property Definition.pdf


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