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FF321
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Sale of inherited property

We (myself and 2 sisters) sold an inherited property from our mother. Property was sold Oct. of 2023. I received a 1099-S for the sale as executor of the estate. My question is can I claim the entire capital gain on my personal

taxes, pay the capital gains tax and be done with it, or do I have to split the "gain" between the 3 of us and each claim 1/3 on our individual taxes.

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Sale of inherited property

I am sorry for your loss.

 

Did you get an EIN for the estate? Was the 1099-S issued in the name of the estate with the estate's EIN or in your name with your social security number?

Sale of inherited property

if all 3 of you were the heirs to the property each needs to report 1/3

FF321
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Sale of inherited property

1099-s lists transferor's "Tin"?  as EIN as assigned to the estate by the IRS / court Transferor's name is Estate of.........with myself listed as executor and my home address. My soc. sec. is not on the 1099-s.

Sale of inherited property


@FF321 wrote:

1099-s lists transferor's "Tin"?  as EIN as assigned to the estate by the IRS / court Transferor's name is Estate of.........with myself listed as executor and my home address. My soc. sec. is not on the 1099-s.


Then you need to file a 1041.

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