Investors are generally comfortable with LLCs, so they often miss out on the benefits of a land trust just because of unfamiliarity. This articles compares the two entities side-by-side, showing the similarities and differences.
This is a straightforward, question and answer style article designed to provide a basic understanding of the key advantages to using a trust as part of your estate planning.
Under Section 1031 of the tax code, you can sell your property and reinvest some or all of the proceeds in another property without paying taxes on the reinvested money. Here is how.
There are pitfalls at virtually every stage of a 1031 exchange. This article looks at some key issues and highlight the dos-and-don’ts.
This is the third and final part of our discussion regarding the use of a 1031 Exchange to defer tax on real estate investments. Used correctly, real estate investors might even defer tax indefinitely—or at least during their lifetime.
It is quite common for people to “borrow someone’s credit” or title a property in someone else’s name, and the reasons behind it are understandable enough. The purpose of this article is to make you aware of the implications of buying a home in someone else’s name.
We all have a tendency to put off thinking about our own demise. It usually takes some kind of prompt to get us to take the time – and pay the money – to have a will drafted. That prompt may come in the form of the birth of child or development of health issues. Those are common reasons people start thinking about their last will and testament, but are they the only reasons?
The will-trust combo is a standard technique in estate planning because it is an effective, convenient and cost-efficient means to your goals.
Once you have read Part II of this series, regarding the many advantages of having a trust, you are ready to learn how to actually transfer assets to your trust.
Conditions are perfect for foreign individuals and companies looking to diversify, move capital to a safe place, and/or establish a foothold in the US. To invest successfully, these are the three basic principles to consider.