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n. an exchange of property to put off capital gain taxes, in which the funds are placed in a binding trust for up to 180 days while the seller acquires an “exchanged” (another similar) property, pursuant to IRS Code sec. 1031. It is sometimes called a “Starker” after the man who first used this method and survived an IRS lawsuit.
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