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What if the FMV was greater in Dec09 of his death then the

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What if the FMV was greater in Dec'09 of his death then the current selling price?
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You take the FMV of the property at the time of the decedent's death. So if your uncle died in 2009 and the FMV was $800,000, and the FMV is only $600,000 this year, you will use the $800,000 because that is how much it was worth the year that he died. I apologize if I was not clear in my previous answer.

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