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Answered 4 days ago by Richard Samuel Price
You're on the right track, to stop the tax sale you can either pay off the balance or enter into an installment payment plan. Usually, they want a 25% deposit.
Answered 3 weeks ago by Loraine M. DiSalvo, Esq.
The capital gain is part of your income, and so if you have enough capital gain for that year, you'll still be in the higher capital gain rate bracket even if you have no other taxable income.
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