We are often asked if property can be exchanged and still provide some cash for other immediate needs? The short answer is yes, however, If you elect to take cash, it will be immediately subject to significant tax. The very tax you are trying to avoid is triggered (up to the amount you touch) […]
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Edmund & Wheeler Welcomes Chris Brown
Franconia, NH Edmund & Wheeler, Inc. is pleased to announce that Chris Brown of Stowe VT has joined our team as an Exchange Specialist. Edmund & Wheeler, Inc. provides capital gains tax deferral services for owners who sell and replace like kind real and personal property under Section 1031 of the IRS tax code. In […]
Oh! For Goodness Sakes
You just gotta love technology. The ability to cover a topic like 1031 quickly and efficiently is just amazing. But for goodness sakes. I wish that I could press a button and blast this message out to the whole world with one click…to all the investors, real estate brokers, accountants, lawyers. I got another phone […]
Will Section 1031 Be Around for the Long Run?
At first glance, one might be tempted to say that Section 1031 is an overly generous provision of the tax code whose time has passed. But wait: Section 1031 was first passed into law on March 8, 1921, in the waning days of the Wilson Administration, and has been reviewed and commented upon in nearly […]
Straight Talk About Section 1031 and Protecting Your Exchange Funds
It’s tough out there right now. To make matters worse, in the past year hundreds of taxpayers who trusted their money, sometimes their life savings, to Qualified Intermediaries to take advantage of Section 1031, lost it all. A good Qualified Intermediary will have safeguards and policies in place to ensure your Exchange funds are there […]
Attention Accountants & Attorneys in NH & VT – Lunch & Learn – Free CPE/CLE
Connecticut River Bank, NA and Edmund & Wheeler are teaming up for a series of Lunch & Learn events where Accountants & Attorneys can earn continuing education hours and enjoy networking and a free lunch. Several dates have been reserved for September and October.
How To Choose The Right Qualified Intermediary (QI) for your Section 1031 Exchange
Consumers shopping for financial services have for too long relied on the oversight of various regulatory agencies to provide a safe and secure business environment. The mark of a few initials (BBB, SEC, FDIC, etc.) has been considered insurance enough that individual firms are reputable and trustworthy. The meltdown of the financial markets in 2008 […]