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Subject:  Re: Rental to Personal Property Date:  2/24/2005  2:24 PM
Author:  sandflint Number:  77211 of 127519

Once you finally dispose of the property depreciation during the rental period will be recovered at a higher rate than the other long-term gain on the sale.

So the gain that's attributable to depreciation... how will it be taxed later? Capital gains tax, which is currently at 8% for long term capital gains (I think)? Of course, the rate can change later but for example purposes.

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