Pending Implications to Real Estate Investor
There are some impending tax changes that are very concerning for full-time real estate investors and active investors who have appreciating real estate property.
Though all the full details have not been finally enacted, the Biden administration is looking to completely eliminate the 1031 exchange for real estate investors and, of course, the wealth tax.
What do you need to do today to prepare yourself? You need to think about how much capital gain you have embedded in your real estate portfolio.
Should you sell your property now and recognize capital gains? That is certainly a possibility.
For the wealthy making more than $400,000 per year, you may be subject to a capital gains rate as high as 43.4 percent. You have to start planning now. You may need to start thinking about exchanging into your next property, which may be the last property you can ever 1031 exchange into. Or you may decide to take some of those gains off the table today, sell those properties, recognize those gains, and get out while you only have a marginal rate of a maximum of 20 percent.
You have to start planning now. You may need to start thinking about exchanging into your next property, which may be the last property you can ever 1031 exchange into.
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