Michael Hall
Michael Hall

Kevin Seabolt
Kevin Seabolt


Michael Hall
is a partner and Kevin Seabolt is a senior manager at accounting firm Moss Adams.

You’re supposed to be happy when your assets rise in value—especially those of us in the real estate business. After all, the recession, a brutal stretch that wiped out enormous sums of wealth and decimated property values, is mostly behind us, and the residential and commercial markets are, in many places, back with a vengeance.

But for many of us, that sweet rise is tainted by the sour realization that the Internal Revenue Service will come knocking to take its share of our gains.

Don’t despair. With enough planning, you can enjoy as much of that rise as you can—without giving too much of it back to the IRS—by looking at ways to reduce the tax exposure resulting from appreciation in your real estate portfolio.....

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