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I used the wrong date. I meant March 2010. Can you please re-address the question based on this new timeline?
thank you. Last point of clarification I promise. during the Jan 2012 thru May 2012 period i lived in the CA house, i did not change my mailing address. My mail continued to be sent to NH. Almost all of my bills are managed online so mail is simply junk mail to me primarily. Will this be an issue. I can clearly prove that i was in CA during this timeline if needed.
Thanks again. Great job
one more point to clarify please. During the Jan 2012 thru May 2012 timeline that i lived in the CA house in addition to maintaining my mailing address in NH, I also continued to be W2'd in NH. I did not pay CA taxes during this time.
Does this 5 month period still meet the intent of use of the house as my primary residence. I did live consistently during this timeline.
Please confirm. Thank you
Sorry for the back and forth. Now that we have establised that i qualify for the exclusion of capital gains. Can you confirm if the exclusion amount is for $250k (single) or $500k married? I was single when i purchased the home in 2007, and was married in 2010 to present. My wife is not on the title of the home.
Please confirm. Thank you!