The thought of college to career may be terrifying considering you have to soon leave the comfy confines of your college campus. Those pesky graduation emails reminding you to order your cap and gown have arrived. The inevitable can’t be… Read More
A like-kind exchange is essentially a swap of one business or investment asset for another of “like kind”, most typically real estate. To maximize its benefits, taxpayers must follow strict rules as defined in Internal Revenue Code Section 1031.
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An individual’s IRA is considered a retirement fund for purposes of the Federal Bankruptcy Code. This allows the individual’s IRA to be protected against creditors for an indefinite amount. However, when such funds are inherited, they lose the characteristics of… Read More