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Tax-Deferred Cash Outs Compared to 1031 Exchanges
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A 1031 exchange is not the only way to defer capital gains tax when you want to replace one real estate investment with another. A Tax-Deferred Cash Out can be used to accomplish the same outcome, whether as a backup plan or your primary alternative. Because of the strict 1031 exchange rules and deadlines, a tax-deferred cash out can be a faster, safer and cheaper alternative, by far.
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1031 exchanges can cost you much more than you expect, possibly even more than the amount of tax you defer.
1031 exchanges expose you to substantial unnecessary risks.
1031 exchanges prevent you from taking advantage of significant new tax benefits enabled by the 2017 Tax Reform and Jobs Act, a potentially huge hidden cost.
A tax-deferred cash out lets you defer capital gains tax for up to 30 years and provides cash at closing. You can take your time seeking a replacement property, eliminating any worries about 1031 exchange rules and deadlines. It can be a far better option for replacing real estate, tax-deferred.