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Spring, Taxes, and the 1033 Exchange

It is spring.  Flowers are blooming; the rivers swell with snowmelt from the mountains; newly thawed Northern ponds welcome the return of their ducks and geese; Florida convulses with an annual migration of revelers.  It is only natural for the mind to turn to one of the two inevitabilities: Taxes.   

Tax time

As the Ides of April approach for individual tax filers, a mad dash to find tax savings is underway.  Many real estate investors and professionals are quite familiar with the tax saving potential of a 1031 Exchange.  Named after a section number of the tax code at 26 U.S.C. § 1031—which ...

Posted in Court Decisions

A few months ago, I had a property owner call me and explain he had recently sold his property to a utility company under threat of eminent domain.  He took the sale proceeds and invested the money in a comparable replacement property.  When he applied to transfer his Proposition 13 base year value to the replacement property, the County assessor denied his request.  The assessor explained that because the sale under threat of eminent domain was not to a public entity, it did not fall within the exception that allows for a transfer of the base year value.

I was a bit surprised by the assessor's ...

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