Real estate capital gains tax, avoiding taxes when selling a house!
Sellers are wondering, “when you sell a house do you have to pay taxes?” The answer could be yes, but first you need to see if you have enough real estate capital gains to have to pay the real estate capital gains tax! We are here to share how to avoid paying taxes when selling a house by using the section 121 exclusion and the 2 out of 5 years rule! We cover this and more:
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A few real estate books we love!
- Never Split the Difference: Negotiating As If Your Life Depended On It -
- What Every Real Estate Investor Needs to Know About Cash Flow... And 36 Other Key Financial Measures, Updated Edition -
- Every Landlord's Legal Guide -
- California Tenants' Rights -
- The Color of Law -
- The Millionaire Real Estate Agent: It's Not About the Money It's About Being the Best You Can Be -
- The First Wacky Tale of Sam, Charlie & Leo: The Science Olympiad Competition -
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