A vacation home is a property that people buy for weekend retreats or other vacations. Vacation homes are either rented out when not used by the owner or left vacant. In some cases vacation homes may also be investment properties. Learn about what to consider when buying a vacation home or passing it on as an inheritance.
Today On The Ilyce Glink Show August 10, 2008
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National Geographic Camera Bag
Learn about the National Geographic camera bag created by Bogen. The camera bag features real brass buckles and velcro closures and uses materials good for the environment. Find out if the National Geographic camera bag is right for you. The National Geographic camera bag works for many different types of cameras.
Changing Travel Plans Will Cost You
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Primary Residence Means Living There Full Time
In order to be able to take a capital gains tax exclusion when you sell your home, you have to have lived there at least two out of the last five years. This primary residence definition is critical to taking the tax exclusion when you sell. You cannot exclude capital gains from the sale of a vacation or second home.
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Homesteading Vacation Property
A homeowner moved into his vacation home and hopes to avoid capital gains tax when selling the property. If a vacation home has become your primary residence and you want to avoid capital gains, you should wait 24 months after the date you closed on the sale of the primary residence.
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