Would You Sell Your Capital Asset If It Were Not For Capital Gains Taxes?

By using a little known but powerful proven tax strategy, you can structure the sale of your business, land, commercial or residential property in a way that allows you to defer the capital gains tax for up to 30 years while keeping approximately 95% of the net sales proceeds in cash at closing…..

Do Not Do A 1031 or DST Before You Read This…..

Want to sell your investment property but concerned about the capital gains tax hit? Not really interested in a 1031…but you think that’s your only option? Or perhaps you’ve heard of the risky strategy to structure a trust where you have the option to pay taxes as you withdraw your money, and the company’s wealth manager promises to grow your investment and will get you high healthy rates of return… by investing your money…in the VOLATILE STOCK MARKET!

There are other risky tools out there to defer your capital gains tax obligation but we feel the cleanest, easiest, and best is the IRS backed Monetized Installment Sale. This strategy has been around since the inception of the tax codes but has only been known to a few. Here you receive a lump sum equal to 95% of the sales proceeds while deferring the capital gains taxes for 30 years or longer.

Got a capital asset (investment property, business, or any investment besides stock) that you’re considering selling? We’ll be glad to provide a complimentary assessment of your scenario, discuss your situation, and explore your options.

Notable Transactions
Several public companies have engaged in Monetized Installment Sale transactions, in amounts that have ranged from $22 million to $4.8 billion. These transactions have been undertaken with full assistance from the companies’ teams of auditors at Big 4 accounting firms, investment banks, large Wall Street law firms, and in-house attorneys, and have been fully disclosed in their SEC financial statements.
These companies and their transactions have included:
1. The $43.25 Million Monetized Installment Sale by GREIF, Inc.
2. The $617 Million Monetized Installment Sale by Kimberly Clark.
3. The $4.8 Billion Monetized Installment Sale by International Paper.
4. The $350 Million Monetized Installment Sale by Plum Creek.
5. The $1.47 Billion Monetized Installment Sale by OfficeMax.
6. The $774 Million Monetized Installment Sale by MeadWestvaco.
7. The $183 Million Monetized Installment Sale by the St. Joe Company.
8. The $22.5 Million Monetized Installment Sale by Rayonier.
9. The $403 Million Monetized Installment Sale by Louisiana Paper.
10. The $37.9 Million Monetized Installment Sale by Glatfelter.