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24. Adjusted Basis: Sale of Depreciable Property (¶10,025)25. Gain or Loss: Sale of Taxable Bonds (¶10,025)HW26. Basis: Sale of Stock (¶10,135)27. Gain or Loss: Sale of Stock and Personal-Use Assets (¶10,035)28. Allocation of Basis: Depreciable and Nondepreciable Property (¶10,115)29. Basis and Gain or Loss: Stock Dividends (¶10,125)30. Basis and Gain or Loss: Sale of Stock (¶10,125)31. Nontaxable Preferred Stock Dividend (¶10,125)32. Taxable Stock Dividend (¶10,125)33. Basis and Gain or Loss: Stock Rights (¶10,125)34. Basis and Gain or Loss: Stock Rights (¶10,125)35. Taxable Stock Rights (¶10,125)36. Basis and Gain or Loss: Gift Property (¶10,145)37. Basis and Gain or Loss: Gift Property (¶10,145)HW38. Basis and Gain or Loss: Gift Property (¶10,145)39. Basis and Holding Period (¶10,145)40. Basis and Gain or Loss: Gift Property (¶10,145)41. Basis: Gift Property (¶10,145)42. Basis: Inherited Property (¶10,175)43. Basis and Gain or Loss: Inherited Property (¶10,175)44. Basis: Inherited Property (¶10,175)45. Basis: Inherited Property (¶10,175)46. Basis: Inherited Property (¶10,175)HW47. Gain or Loss: Sale of Stock (¶10,201)48. Gain or Loss: Wash Sales (¶10,201)49. Gain or Loss: Sale to Related Party (¶10,225)50. Gain or Loss: Sales to Related Party (¶10,225)51. Gain or Loss: Sales to Related Party (¶10,225)52. Gain or Loss: Sales to Related Party (¶10,225)53. Installment Reporting (¶10,245)54. Basis and Gain or Loss: Taxable Income Computation (¶10,175, ¶10,201, ¶10,215, and ¶10,225)55. Multiple Choice—Recognized Gain (¶10,001—¶10,035)HW56. Multiple Choice—Basis: Stock and Stock Dividends (¶10,125)57. Multiple Choice—Basis: Gift Property (¶10,145)58. Multiple Choice—Basis: Inherited Property (¶10,175)59. Comprehensive Problem (Tax Return Problem)—Taxable Income Computation60. Comprehensive Problem (Tax Return Problem)—Taxable Income Computation61. Research Problem—Basis and Gain or Loss: Sales of Stock
Chapter 11Property Transactions:Nonrecognition of Gains and LossesQUESTIONS—CHAPTER 11Topical List of Questions1. Sale of Residence: Law (¶11,001)2. Sale of Residence: Electing Out of the Exclusion (¶11,001)3. Sale of Residence: No Deferral of Gain (¶11,001)4. Sale of Residence: Pro-ration of Exclusion (¶11,015)5. Sale of Residence: Special Rules (¶11,015)6. Sale of Residence: Tax Planning Pointers (¶11,001)7. Like-Kind Exchanges (¶11,201)8. Like-Kind Exchange v. Sale of Property (¶11,215)9. Like-Kind Exchanges: Basis of New Property (¶11,255)10. Like-Kind Exchanges: Types (¶11,215)11. Like-Kind Exchanges: Boot and Gain or Loss (¶11,225, ¶11,235, and ¶10,035)12. Involuntary Conversions: Personal Residence (¶11,015, ¶11,315, and ¶11,001)13. Involuntary Conversions: Types (¶11,301)14. Involuntary Conversions: Replacement Property Rules (¶11,315 and ¶11,325)15. Involuntary Conversions: Condemnation (¶11,301)16. Involuntary Conversions: Condemnation Replacement Period (¶11,365)17. Involuntary Conversions: Losses (¶11,315)18. Involuntary Conversions: Qualifying Replacement Property Tests (¶11,345)19. Nontaxable Exchanges (¶11,415)20. Sale of Residence: Adjusted Basis (¶11,025)Answers to QuestionsSale of Residence: Law1. For sales or exchanges of residences, married taxpayers may exclude up to $500,000 of gain upon the saleof their residence and single taxpayers may exclude up to $250,000 of their gain. Taxpayers must haveowned and occupied the residence for two out of the last fi ve years prior to the sale. The exclusion applies

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