The Tax Cuts & Jobs Act that was passed late last year and went into effect in early 2018 made numerous changes to the rules governing section 1031 – particularly what can and cannot be exchanged in a 1031 transaction. In this article, we are going to talk about a few types of property that cannot be exchanged under Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code.
Non Like-Kind Property
All property involved in a 1031 exchange needs to be like-kind. That means any non like-kind property is not eligible. How do you determine like-kind? Thankfully, the definition is pretty broad when it comes to real estate. But make sure you are only exchanging property that is used for investment or business purposes.
The Tax Cuts & Jobs Act which went into effect earlier this year effectively restricted 1031 exchanges to real property. That means that many items of personal property that were once eligible for 1031 treatment, can no longer be exchanged in such transactions. Here are a few examples of personal property items that can no longer be exchanged:
Coins & Precious Metals
Is a 1031 Exchange Right for You?
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