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September 2008

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Use Imputed Interest Rules to Increase Profits on Sales of Property

When you compare the top tax rate of 15 percent on capital gains with the top tax rate on ordinary income of 35 percent, you have the potential to save up to 20 percent for every dollar of ordinary income that you can convert to capital gains.


When you sell property using an owner takeback for all or some of the sales proceeds, you may have an opportunity to convert some ordinary interest income into capital gains.


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