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First, is the absolute bottom line on lont-term(assets held for more than one year before being cashed in Foolishly) capital gains tax set at 20% or 28% regardless of income tax bracket?

Second, is the sale of a rental home (not primary residence but owned and rented to a second party for investment purposes) considered a capital gain and the income from the sale taxed as such or not?
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