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Reverse

In numismatics, the back of a coin; that is to say, the "tails" side. The reverse often usually features some national monument or commemorates some event. The front of a coin is called the obverse.

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It is naive, however, to contemplate securing a reverse mortgage without noting the curious incentives (some might say distortions) state and federal statutes provide.
A reverse mortgage is aptly named because the payment stream is reversed.
The cases in which a taxpayer failed to qualify a purported reverse exchange under Sec.
If the seller isn't willing to delay the closing until you dispose of the relinquished property, a reverse exchange may be an attractive alternative.
Regardless of the form of the acquisition, the reverse acquisition rule requires the consolidated group whose former shareholders own more than 50% of the new parent corporation's stock to be the continuing consolidated group.
Other practitioners believe that a reverse exchange is valid like-kind exchange.
Because the proceeds of a reverse mortgage constitute borrowed funds, they are not subject to income tax.