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Good afternoon. The lien is not really relevant. What is relevant is any depreciation you deducted on the tractor prior to sale. Your gain (or loss) is calculated on the Sale price ($75,000) less (1) the purchase price reduced by (2) the depreciation.
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I have used all the depreciation on $ 150,000.00 so do I pay (gain) on $ 75,000.00?