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        How to Tip:

Taxable Gain on 1031 Exchanges

How to Calculate the Gain:

To calculate taxable gain, a
property seller should begin with
the price of the relinquished
property and then subtract the
adjusted basis of the property.
This amount is the realized gain.
The adjusted basis is the
purchase price of the relinquished
property plus any capital
improvements to the property,
less any depreciation. The basis
amount carries over to become
the basis of the replacement

While 1031 exchanges cannot be
used for residential property that
is used as a primary residence or
a vacation home that is used by
the owners for more than 14 days
per year, it provides a great
strategy for deferring taxes on
highly depreciated properties.