The District Attorney’s office is advising Boulder County residents to exercise caution in the aftermath of the flooding disaster this week.
Local officials have been told by FEMA that in similar circumstances elsewhere, scammers posing as FEMA agents have visited residents whose properties have been damaged, and offered to assess their properties – for a fee.
Agents of FEMA will not ask for a fee for the assessment process.
A tax deferred exchange is simply a method by which a property owner trades one property for another without having to pay any federal income taxes on the transaction.
In an ordinary sale transaction, the property owner is taxed on any gain realized by the sale of the property.
In an exchange, the tax on the property is deferred until some time in the future, usually when the newly acquired property is sold.
These are sometimes called “tax free exchanges” because the exchange transaction itself is not taxed.
It’s called a 1031 exchange due to the name of the Internal Revenue Code: “Section 1031″. The requirements of section 1031 and other sections must be carefully met, and when an exchange is done properly, the tax on the transaction may be deferred.
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Waterway Car Wash is offering free car washes to Veterans this coming weekend.
It’s just another Way that Waterway Car Wash wants to say thanks for serving our country. And I’m spreading the word because I want to see you get to take this opportunity to get a clean ride for free!
There are many Waterway locations so I’ve added some info in this posting to help you find the one closest to you. Don’t miss your free wash! Click the ‘more’ button to find a location near you!
Ever thought it would be handy to get a transit guide or some type of aid to get you in the know with what’s going on with commuting along Highway 36 between Boulder and Denver? This road, still known and referred to by many local as The Boulder Turnpike, although it hasn’t required a toll in decades, is becoming more and more busy each year as the Hwy 36 corridor fills up with commercial, office and residential improvements.
New to the area and trying to sort out your commute and don’t necessarily want to drive every day.
There’s a non profit organization called 36 commuting solutions that may give you what you need.
How do you feel about real estate investing? What if you could participate with little to no money out of your own pocket?
What if you could turn a property quickly and put an extra $10,000 or maybe even $20,000 into your pocket?