Defer taxes on sales with an aircraft 1031 exchange
When it’s time to sell and replace your aircraft, talk to our in-house experts about a 1031 exchange for aircraft, which allows you to defer taxes and reduce your cash outlay on the new aircraft. An aircraft 1031 exchange enables you to hold funds from the sale with a qualified intermediary and leverage that capital when you replace the aircraft with a similar asset of equal or greater value within 180 days.
As the nation’s leading provider of forward and reverse exchanges, NES Financial offers unmatched expertise in facilitating 1031 aircraft exchanges. In addition to being the foremost qualified intermediary (QI), NES Financial offers highly-secure technology, top-tier custodial banking partners, and proven escrow and trust solutions especially designed for complex aircraft 1031 exchange transactions.
What you get with NES Financial:
You will work with a QI team that is well-versed in FAA regulations, the Cape Town Convention (International Registry), dealer trades, state tax minimization strategies, and aircraft lease and loan structures. Our in-house counsel have years of experience in aircraft 1031 exchanges, and our General Counsel developed the 1031 reverse exchange guidance during her ten years with the IRS National Office.
The only 1031 exchange solutions that offer stakeholders a view of all account activity (balances, interest postings, signed agreements) from anywhere, anytime through a highly-encrypted, password-protected web portal. Our fully-automated eSTAC™ platform enables 24/7 visibility.
We developed industry-leading safety measures and process controls to protect 1031 exchange funds. Your money is held in fully-liquid FDIC-insured depository accounts with top-tier banking partners. Plus, your exchanges are protected by our errors & omissions insurance and fidelity bond coverage.
Each year we voluntarily undergo the industry’s most rigorous audit for SSAE 16 Type II certification – the same level of certification needed to obtain a federal bank charter. This certification can help our clients meet Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 requirements.