There’s a lot to consider when planning for retirement. One useful retirement planning tool that many people don’t even think of is the 1031 exchange. In this article, we’re going to talk about how to rethink your tax considerations when planning for retirement.
One of the biggest factors involved in retirement planning is taxes. You want to prepare yourself for retirement in the most tax-advantageous way possible. There are a lot of strategies that should be discussed with your financial planner, CPA, or tax advisor.
Consider How a 1031 Exchange Might Fit Into Your Retirement Plan
A 1031 exchange can be a great retirement planning tool. If you currently own a management-intensive property that you don’t want to deal with in retirement, a 1031 exchange allows you to sell that property and acquire another one while deferring your capital gains taxes. As a result, you can exchange your management-intensive property for a property that provides more hassle-free passive income.
Set up Your Like-Kind Exchange
Engaging in a 1031 exchange, rather than an outright sale, of your real estate can help you avoid a huge capital gains tax windfall. While every taxpayer can avail themselves of the tax-saving benefits of a 1031 exchange, the exchange process is complicated and requires the help of a pro. That’s where the qualified intermediaries at Commercial Partners Exchange Company come in. We have more than two decades of experience facilitating 1031 transactions for clients in Minnesota and across the United States. Contact us today for help setting up your like-kind exchange.
Start Your 1031 Exchange: If you have questions about 1031 exchanges, feel free to call me at 612-643-1031.
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