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Old 01-05-2009, 12:50 PM
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How is the Capital Gain reported on an Installment Sale?

According to the IRS rules, the gain reported on an installment sale is calculated using the following method:

.... (Total Gain) x .....(Payments Received) = Recognized Gain
(Calculated Price)


Recognized Gain is reported as Capital gain on Schedule D of the Individual Tax Return Form 1040.

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