MOVE-UP HOME SELLER KIT
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THE HOME-SALE CAPITAL GAINS TAX EXCLUSION
When it comes time to sell your home, hopefully it has increased in value and you've paid down your principal enough so that you can walk away with a good chunk of change in your pocket. More >>
COMPUTING CAPITAL GAINS ON THE SALE OF YOUR HOME
To minimize your capital gains tax liability when you sell your home, you'll want to take full advantage of the home-sale capital gains tax exclusion -- $500,000 for married taxpayers; $250,000 for single taxpayers. More >>
CAPITAL GAINS ROLLOVERS: GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
Remember when home sellers could defer taxes on capital gains by rolling them into a replacement home? More >>
DIVORCING HOME SELLERS SHOULD CONSIDER GAINS EXCLUSIONS
One of the harsh realities of divorce is the property settlement, especially, who gets the house and at what cost. More >>
MISCELLANEOUS TAX DEDUCTIONS FROM YOUR HOME
Of course, it's no secret to most homeowners that they can deduct the interest expense on their mortgage loan from their taxes. More >>
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