Thinking about selling your rental property but have concerns about your potential tax liability? Washington property owners can pay as much as 28.8% in taxes. The good news is that you can defer, reduce, and even eliminate paying taxes by utilizing a tax-deferred Delaware Statutory Trust (DST). In this session, learn about Delaware Statutory Trusts, how they work, who uses them, why they are used, the benefits vs. the risks, and what replacement property options are available to Accredited Investors.* Instructor, Austin Bowlin, CPA - Partner at Real Estate Transition Solutions advises investment property owners on the mechanics and tax-considerations of 1031 Exchanges and provides exit strategy analysis, transition planning and execution, and replacement property options available.
*An Accredited Investor is an individual with a net worth (excluding primary residence) of $1,000,000+ or annual income in excess of $200,000 for the last two years for an individual or $300,000 for a couple filing jointly.
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