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    How do you calculate the realized gain on the sale of Anne's home?

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    Anne sold her home for $260,000 in 2008. Selling expenses were $15K. She had purchased it in 2001 for $190K. During the period of ownership, Anne had done the following:

    Deducted $50,500 office-in-home expenses, which included $4,500 in depreciation.

    Deducted a casualty loss for residential trees destroyed by a hurricane. The total loss was $19K (after the $100 floor and the 10%-of-AGI floor), and Anne's insurance company reimbursed her for $13,500.
    Paid street paving assessment of $7K and added sidewalks for $11k.

    Installed an elevator for medial reasons. The total cost was $20K, and Anne deducted $12K as medical expenses.

    What is Ann'e realized gain?

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    In order to determine the realized gain we first have to determine the adjusted basis for the home. We will need to ...

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    This solution shows the step by step calculations for determining the realized gain on the sale.

    $2.19

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