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Unfortunately, unless you can prove that your daughter took ownership of the property (which would involve her paying real estate taxes, and some sort of house payment either to you or to a bank along with registering her ownership with the tax assessor/register of deeds) IRS is likely to look at this as possible tax evasion.
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I had notice that you were typing, but nothing showed
Did you make a post to my answer? Sometimes we have a problem with the chat rooms and have to change the format
Let me change the format
I'm not getting any postings from you
hold on just a moment