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How the Tax Code Rewrite Favors Real Estate Over Art

who also hails from a real estate family. “People keep rolling it over,” said Christopher Pegg, senior director of wealth planning for California and Nevada at Wells Fargo Private Bank. Investors can continue to take advantage of the exchanges until ...

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