If given the choice, would you rather pay capital gains taxes on a large transaction all at once, or put it on layaway and make tax payments over time? If there’s no interest accruing while the tax payments are being delayed and you can invest that money, it would make sense to delay paying taxes right, right?
This is precisely what a deferred sales trust can do.
A common concern when selling a property or other appreciated assets is the tax bill, but with a deferred sales trust, capital gains can be deferred over time through an installment sale.
We break down how the trust works, and who can benefit most.
A deferred sales trust (DST) allows for the deferral of capital gains tax when selling real estate or other qualified assets. Rather than a typical transaction where the seller would receive funds from the buyer and capital gains... ...
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