Definition of "1034/121 rolldown"

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Allen Tate Realtors-Huntersville

Combination of IRC 1034 and 121 dealing with the sale of a personal residence with the once-in-a-lifetime $125,000 exclusion that may be available for the "over-55" seller. Should the over-55 homeowner buy a new home of lesser value, the $125,000 exclusion can be used to avoid some or all of the taxes on the sale of the old residence.

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