If you mean money from SS and pensions remaining in a bank account, then that's not taxable. The sale of the mobilehome is only taxable if you were to get more than what it was worth on the date of your father's death.
The only thing that is taxable is interest, dividends, rents or royalties on assets that generate income.
Savings accounts. The amount in the account on the date of death is not taxable. Any interest earned on the account after date of death is taxable.
Mobilehome. If the sale proceeds of the home is more than the fair market value on the date of death, then the difference is taxable income
(capital gain). Otherwise, not taxable. However, if the mobilehome was rented to a tenant, then any rent received after the date of death is taxable.
Hope this helps.
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