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The previous paragraph was based on a legitimate 2001 HofH filing by her, i.e. dependent child, didn't live together after June, etc

The 2001 filing is legit.

I agree with you. Some depreciation would be recaptured, but the bulk of the gain would be subject to the exclusion.

She's not gonna like to hear this, she grew up in California so she thinks a southern accent makes you stupid. <grin, like a mule eatin' briars>

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