1031 Exchange: What Is a Capital Gain?

When you’re doing a 1031 tax exchange, you need to know what a capital gain is. A capital gain is a profit on a capital asset. Capital gains tax is 15 percent on real estate. But if you’re doing a 1031 exchange with another type of investment you’ll likely pay your ordinary income tax rate on the capital gain.

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