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Oil And Gas Royalty

Investing in oil and gas ventures can be a rewarding process. If you're looking for a way to diversify your portfolio, a working interest or a royalty interest in an oil or gas reserve may be a lucrative investment strategy. If you're looking for replacement properties, the IRS considers producing oil and gas wells to be "like-kind" properties with some real estate.

If you're new to the 1031 rules, we can help you get up to speed fast. Basically, a 1031 Exchange is a way for investors to take the money they make off of the sale of a property, and reinvest it into another property. One of the main reasons for doing this is to defer capital gains taxes from the relinquished property to the replacement property.

If you currently own real estate, and you're looking for a replacement property, you might want to consider investing in oil and gas. The IRS has some tricky rules when it comes to exchanging oil and gas rights. For example, minerals beneath the surface are considered part of the real estate, but when they are extracted they fall into a different category. You can exchange a working or royalty interest for another working or royalty interest, as well as for a hotel, office building, shopping mall, or any other "like-kind" property.

Many times the transfer of working interests includes the transfer of both real estate and equipment. If you're planning on transferring the working interest and retaining the royalty interest, you may not qualify for a 1031 Exchange. It's essential to work with a qualified and knowledgeable company like TM 1031 Exchange, to ensure you comply with state and federal laws regarding the exchange of oil and gas rights.

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