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Capital Gain

Question: Tax payer produced Form 1099-S from the sale of property she owned jointly with her brother. The Form 1099-S had the full amount reported to her and the brother did not receive a Form 1099-S. What should be done? Answer: The IRS explains in the...

On October 3, 2008, President George W. Bush signed the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008. Tucked away in the Act is a provision that moves the responsibility of basis determination from the shoulders of the taxpayer to the shoulders of the securities industry. After December 31,...

The IRS wants you to know these ten facts about gains and losses and how they could affect your tax situation. Almost everything you own and use for personal purposes, pleasure or investment is a capital asset. When you sell a capital asset, the difference between the...

While most income you receive is generally considered taxable, there are some situations when certain types of income are partially taxed or not taxed at all. To ensure taxpayers are familiar with the difference between taxable and non-taxable income, the Internal Revenue Service offers these common...

If only you could sell, you would be able to exclude from your income up to $250,000 if you are single or $500,000 if you are married of the capital gains on the sale of your home. You must use the home as your principal...

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