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Potential 1031 Exchange Changes – Explanations & Answers

There are currently three tax reform proposals in Congress that would effect changes to 1031 exchanges. Both parties of Congress are proposing to end the 1031 exchange program and the Administration is proposing to limit exemption to the first $1 million. How likely are they to pass and how would this effect millions of American Investors and business?

David Moore, CEO of Equity Advantage and 1031 exchange expert, discusses possible national changes in Section 1031 like-kind exchanges and the outcomes to investors if they were passed into law.

This timely interview on HOF TV with host, Greg Frick of Hagerman, Frick & Obrien, exposes the potential dangers to our country’s economy if proposals to end the 1031 exchange program and/or a limited exemption to the first $1 million were enacted.

Potential 1031 Exchange Changes

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"WASHINGTON STATE LAW, RCW 19.310.040, REQUIRES AN EXCHANGE FACILITATOR TO EITHER MAINTAIN A FIDELITY BOND IN AN AMOUNT OF NOT LESS THAN ONE MILLION DOLLARS THAT PROTECTS CLIENTS AGAINST LOSSES CAUSED BY CRIMINAL ACTS OF THE EXCHANGE FACILITATOR, OR HOLD ALL CLIENT FUNDS IN A QUALIFIED ESCROW ACCOUNT OR QUALIFIED TRUST." RCW 19.310.040(1)(b) (as amended)

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