Land rich, cash poor exit strategies for tax advantages by Christian M. Ramsey.

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Grantors of a charitable trust also can stipulate how much money the trust pays them and for what length of time. 4. Grantors can also spell out how their gift to charity is to be used by that charity to a certain degree. Now the important thing to remember with charitable gifting is that you do not want to be too creative with your trust. If the charitable trust is disqualified then there can be a ton of problems. The intent, after all, is to make a gift to charity, key word being ‘gift’. Charitable gifting is encouraged by the government (Tax Deductions) and is actually one of the oldest strategies created.

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A 1042 Exchange is a little more complex than a 1031 Exchange, and is not nearly as common for smaller transactions so legal costs would be greater than with a 1031 Exchange, but it is still a very useful technique indeed for those who like to participate in the Stock Market. 1031 EXCHANGE INTO A TENANTS IN COMMON PROJECT: Tenant in Common (TIC) investing is a form of real estate ownership where a property owner holds title to an undivided fractional interest with other "co-owners" in a larger piece of property.

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