This refers to a portion of the IRS code also known as a Like Kind Exchange or Starker Exchange. This specifies that if a property is sold and the proceeds of the sale are investin in an asset of like kind, then no gain or loss is recognized. This is a very effective way to defer taxes that would otherwise be due on the sale of a property.
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An employer-sponsored investment plan that allows individuals to set aside tax-deferred income for retirement or emergency purposes. 401(k) plans are provided by employers that are private corporations. 403(b) plans are provided by employers that are not for profit organizations.
Some administrators of 401(k)/403(b) plans allow for loans against the monies you have accumulated in these plans. Loans against 401K plans are an acceptable source of down payment for most types of loans.