Biden's 2025 Budget Targets the Last Great Real Estate Tax Break

May 17, 2024

Hey there, savvy investors, family business champions, and modern moguls! Grab a front-row seat and your favorite snack because we’ve got a blockbuster update that’s set to shake up the real estate world. President Biden has his eyes on the last great tax break for real estate investors: the mighty 1031 exchange. Yes, you heard it right—come 2025, this beloved tax loophole might be history!

What’s the Big Deal?

So, what exactly is a 1031 exchange? Think of it as an "interest-free loan" from Uncle Sam. You sell one property, and instead of paying taxes on the profit, you roll that sweet stash into buying another property, deferring taxes and maximizing your investment potential. It’s like your stash of Halloween candy that never runs out—until now.

The Implications

Biden's proposal aims to close this loophole, labeling it the last known indefinite interest-free government loan. This change could hit real estate investors hard, forcing them to rethink their strategies. Not just investors, but business owners too—higher real estate costs mean higher business expenses.

What Can You Do?

Stay ahead of the game by keeping an eye on these proposed changes. Calculated Moves is here to provide strategic planning and financial preparedness, making sure you’re ready for whatever comes next. Don’t let these changes catch you off guard; together, we can navigate these choppy waters smoothly.


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Stay tuned, stay informed, and let’s ride this wave together!

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