I just bought a new house with the closing today, but my current house will be sold soon. How can I maximize deductions?

Allan Madan, CA
 Jan 13, 2014
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The CRA provides taxpayers with tax relief in this situation by way of the principal residence exemption. When you own two homes in a year the year or subsequent year, you can elect to have both of those homes treated as your principal residence in those years. This is because the principal residence contains ” + 1 extra year in the numerator of the formula.

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