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Follow up.... Since its an installment sale...the 338,000

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Since it's an installment sale...the 338,000 is going to be a 7 year term 25 year amortization...with a balloon payment. Would just the 338,000 be the installment protion anf the 1.5 million be taxed up front?
Thanks for your follow up. You are correct. The $338 portion could be an installment, if you so choose (you can elect to recognize entire gain this year if you wanted). The rest would be taxed this year, the year of the buyout.

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Yuo're welcome. Thank you!