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Exchange Authority has done thousands of exchanges and understands that clients are concerned with the safety/security of exchange funds and ensuring that all exchange requirements are fullfilled. Our experience will guide you through the process of a successful exchange and our exchange procedures and insurance will appropriately protect your exchange funds. What follows is an explanation of some of the IRS rules and what Exchange Authority has put in place to ensure every exchange is safe and secure.
The non-recognition provisions of IRC §1031 and applicable regulations stipulate, that a taxpayer must not have actual or constructive receipt of money or other non-like-kind property until after receipt of all of the like-kind property the taxpayer is entitled to receive. The regulations for Delayed Exchanges further stipulate that the money and other non-like-kind property must be held by a party who is not a disqualified person within the meaning of the regulations.
Therefore, any taxpayer desiring preferential treatment pursuant to IRC §1031 must agree that the proceeds from the sale of the relinquished property will be held by a party who is often unknown by the taxpayer, is not an agent of the taxpayer or a related party. This fact concerns many taxpayers, and rightly so.
Our Qualified Intermediaries understand all the complexities involved in IRC §1031 transactions. We take the time to answer every question and handle each concern. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help.