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IRS Information Reporting
  • Before the property investment deal is sealed, ask your clients one important question: Do you know if you'll owe taxes on the sale of your property, even if you're taking a loss on it?

  • Take special care when claiming these real estate-related write-offs and exemptions on your taxes.

  • About a quarter of first-time home buyers use gifts from relatives to fund a down payment for a home purchase. Be sure your buyers follow these five tips to avoid any financing problems caused by these gifts.

  • Get the latest IRS information and find out how this update will affect your organization.

  • There's still time to reduce your 2012 tax bill. Find out what deductions should consider taking advantage of this year.

  • Section 1031 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code allows investors to defer capital gains taxes on the exchange of like-kind properties. 1031, or tax-deferred, exchanges hold great advantages for both investors and REALTORS®. This field guide provides access to articles, manuals, forms, ideas, and other information to help you start building your 1031 niche.