Internal Revenue Code 1031
Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code allows an Exchangor to defer his or her capital gain tax and depreciation recapture tax when he or she exchanges relinquished single family rental investment property or other type of property for like-kind or like-class replacement property. This is also referred to as a 1031 Exchange.
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