Comment: Yes. Real Estate transactions are taxed by IRS & most states.

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Yes. Real Estate transactions are taxed by IRS & most states.

Whether you are a citizen or not. Secession of any of the Untied States individual states or territories may generate a windfall for the IRS. They would likely consider secession triggering capital gains tax.

Even w/o session, when an individual taxpayer moves out of one state into another, income tax authorities in either state wish to stake a claim: you owe them a living. To wit: pensioner moves from Connecticut to New York (both have income tax; both have laws laying claim to your pension). It is called a conflict of law. Generally, court verdicts allow the state of residence to get their cut second... After the IRS takes its pound of flesh of course.

The IRS rises above petty "conflict of law." They write their own tax regulations. Have their own tax court.

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