Lai, Richard T.
December 2003
National Public Accountant;Dec/Jan2004, p24
Trade Publication
Examines the Section 121 exclusion on the sale of a principal residence in the U.S. Range of tax exclusion of gain for qualifying married taxpayers; Items that may be used to establish the principal residence of a taxpayer; Ownership and usage requirements.


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