Bifurcated Exchanges into a 1031 Exchange and a Deferred Sales Trust with the possible use of a Delaware Statutory Trust for the 1031 Exchange Upside Replacement Property The usual 1031 jargon is "up in value, up in loans". In a bifurcated 1031 exchange you are doing 2 transactions- (1) a 1031 exchange and (2) a DST. The 1031, in order to qualify as fully deferred, tax … [Read more...] about Bifurcated Exchanges into a 1031 Exchange and a Deferred Sales Trust
Last month we featured an article on this topic and help a webinar. This video recording drills down a little bit in that article by using a recent case that I had become involved in. While telling the back story of a real-life scenario I highlight some of the details on how a Deferred Sales Trust can be the right solution. Hello everybody and thank you for joining … [Read more...] about Webinar Playback – Deferred Sales Trust and real estate partnerships
It is not uncommon for friends or family members to pool their resources together to invest in Real Estate. Often times they employ a strategy where they systematically use a vehicle known as a 1031 exchange to reinvest in more valuable properties using tax deferral to allow their assets to grow more quickly. As with most such partnerships there comes a time when individual … [Read more...] about Can the Deferred Sales Trust Help Partners Wind Up Their Partnership in Real Estate Ownership?
Protecting Your Goals and Your Loved Ones Naming the beneficiaries of an insurance policy seems likes an easy thing to do. If a person is married, the spouse is the beneficiary. The children are often named as contingent beneficiaries. If a person is not married but has children, the children are often named as first beneficiaries. Usually, these are the people that … [Read more...] about Top 5 Mistakes When Naming Beneficiaries of Insurance Policies
Sample Case Study: Client in their mid 80’s with an estate of approximately $9,000,000. Children are three daughters in their early 60’s. Two of the three daughters have received substantial help (+/- $500,000 from the parents over the past 30 years). The third daughter has received little or no help as she has been financially successful and responsible. The … [Read more...] about Should You Distribute Your Estate Equally Among Children In Unequal Circumstances?