Over the years, the Legal 1031 Team has authored numerous articles and other material on 1031 exchanges and other tax topics, appeared on various radio programs and have been quoted in periodicals such as the New York Times.
Recently, our Team has been quoted in and authored several articles on the current Administration’s tax reform proposals. In addition, over the past year, the Team was also quoted in articles regarding recent IRS guidance, which we also shared below:
Tax Reform and Section 1031
- Legal 1031 Exchange Services President Todd R. Pajonas, Esq. shared his thoughts on the White House’s tax reform proposals with the Wall Street Journal. Todd discussed the effect that the proposals would have on investor behavior.
Biden Tax Proposal Would Squeeze Apartment-Building Owners, Wall Street Journal, May 11, 2021, Will Parker.
- As advocates for the preservation of Section 1031, Todd Pajonas, Esq. and Legal 1031 General Counsel James T. Walther, Esq., LL.M. shared their thoughts with Kristen Parillo of Tax Notes regarding the impact that repeal or limitation of Section 1031 would have on the real estate market, the real estate industry, and related industries.
- Todd Pajonas, Esq. authored an article for Globe Street discussing the political aspects of potential tax reform proposals that would seek to limit or repeal IRC Section 1031.
Other articles featuring The Legal 1031 Team
- Our Team recently commented on the Final Regulations defining “real property” for purposes of Internal Revenue Code Section 1031 Tax Deferred Exchanges
- Todd Pajonas, Esq. shared his thoughts on the manner in which the IRS handled the extensions of 1031 exchange deadlines during the Covid-19 disaster of 2020.
Recent articles authored by our Team:
- “A 1031 Exchange isn’t a Loophole …”, by James T. Walther, Esq., LL.M.
- “It’s a Struggle to Understand the IRS Guidance for 1031 Extensions”, by Todd R. Pajonas, Esq. and Matthew K. Scheriff, CPA, CES, published on Globe Street.com, April 14, 2020.
- “Ambiguous 1031 Exchange Extension Notice puts Exchangers and Intermediaries in an Awkward Position”, by David J. Feeser, Esq. and James T. Walther, Esq., LL.M. published in the New York Real Estate Journal and New England Real Estate Journal on April 22, 2020.
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