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Old 03-24-2008, 06:25 PM
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If the Ownership/Use Test are not met, can the gain on sale of home be excluded?

I was wondering whether or not there are exceptions to the having to be pay for the Gain on the Sale of your home, if you have not met the Ownership and Use Test?

It appears that we were forced to sell our home and did not meet the required tests of Ownership and Use Test. Any help would be welcome. Thank you....

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