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I realize that whenever I do sell the house, I have to account for the depreciation but not the capital gains if I reside there for a couple of years.

Rich, that tax law has changed. You will have to prorate the capital gains based on how long you held it as a rental and how long you lived in it. Talk to the Tax Strategies Board for details.

IP
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