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Tax Issues When Selling a Condo, Townhouse, or Other Property in a Homeowners' Association
Save on capital gains tax by factoring in not only your own costs but your share of homeowners' association improvements.
Tax Obligations When You Sell a House Containing a Home Office
A home office can provide a great tax deduction if you have a business, or are an employee and qualify for the deduction.
Tax Exclusion for Vacant Land Around Home
Learn about tax issues when you sell vacant land near your home.
Tax Issues When Donating a Timeshare to Charity
Learn tax rules for donating a hard-to-sell timeshare to a qualified nonprofit.
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Avoiding Capital Gains Tax When Selling Your Home: Read the Fine Print
You may exclude up to $250,000 per co-owner of your capital gain from tax -- or up to $500,000 for married couples filing jointly.
Paying Capital Gains Taxes When You Sell Your Home
Sold your home for a big profit? The IRS is happy for you and wants its cut.
FAQs About Reducing Capital Gains Tax Obligation When Selling a Home
If your home has appreciated in value since you bought it, you may be facing a capital gains obligation. Here's how to reduce it based on expenses associated with the sale.
When Home Sellers Can Reduce Capital Gains Tax Using Expenses of Sale
If your profits on your home sale are likely to be high, start cataloging your selling expenses so as to lower your capital gains tax obligation.
Tax Deduction If Selling Rental Property at a Loss
Unloading your rental property for less than you purchased it for? The loss could be deductible against your ordinary income.
Tax Benefits of Selling Your House by Installment Plan
Should you sell your home outright, or arrange for the buyer to pay in installments, over time, to minimize any capital gains tax hit?
If You Inherit a Home Do You Qualify for the $250,000/$500,000 Home Sale Tax Exclusion?
If you inherit a home do you qualify for the $250,000/$500,000 home sale tax exclusion? The answer is no. However, you benefit from the stepped-up basis rules for inherited property.