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How to Determine Capital Gains Tax

1031 Fun Facts with Tina Colson-Jones
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Watch our latest with Tina Colson-Jones of Equity Advantage gives a brief overview of determining Capital Gains Tax!

During the past several years some investors have been hit with a rude surprise; their losses have become gains. So how does a total loss such as a foreclosure trigger a gain? It is critical to understand that gain has nothing to do with profit, or net equity; it is the result of a calculation.

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