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Have you misunderstood the 1031 Exchange?

Have you misunderstood the 1031 Exchange?

The 1031 Exchange is named after the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 1031. Generally, short-term capital gains are taxed as ordinary income according to federal income tax brackets. The long-term capital gains tax rate in 2020 is 15% for the bracket between...

How could DST survive the COVID-19?

How could DST survive the COVID-19?

COVID-19 has reshaped our life drastically. Many countries are facing first, second, and even third waves of surging cases at the moment. Although strict lockdowns might have saved millions of lives, the global economy is sliding into a mire on a scale as we have...

Farmers and 1031 Exchange – What You Must Know

Farmers and 1031 Exchange – What You Must Know

If you have been curious about participating in the 1030 Exchange, you have come to the right place. The 1030 Exchange is known as the Internal Revenue Service Code that allows investors to defer their taxes through the purchase of replacement property. This...

How to diversify your portfolio with 1031 DSTs?

How to diversify your portfolio with 1031 DSTs?

To become a successful investor, the rule of thumb is to know how to diversify the portfolio of your investment projects so that the risks of investors' economic loss could be minimized. In essence, Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) is one of the prevalent tools for...

Does Leasehold Interest Qualify For 1031 Exchange?

Does Leasehold Interest Qualify For 1031 Exchange?

1031 Exchange The 1031 Exchange is named after the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 1031. Generally, short-term capital gains are taxed as ordinary income according to federal income tax brackets. The long-term capital gains tax rate in 2020 is 15% for the bracket...

How to get rid of a DST?

How to get rid of a DST?

Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) is a popular tool now for any investors who would like to invest in properties. In response to this high market demand, there are loads of articles popping out across the internet to promote all kinds of DST investment and teach people...

Delaware Statutory Trust is not statutory as it sounds

Delaware Statutory Trust is not statutory as it sounds

Although the concept of Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) is created by the Delaware Statutory Trust Act (DSTA) 1988, DST has never been really statutory in practice. In other words, the principle of freedom of contract that DSTs enjoy has shaped DSTs out of its...