Do I have to pay capital gains when I sell my house in California?
The Capital Gains Tax in California A capital gains tax charges you on the difference between the amount you paid for an asset (this is known as the basis) and what you sell the asset for. The amount you gained between the time you bought the property and the time you sold it is your capital gain.
How do I find out my ex husband’s income?
A representative at your local Social Security office can provide estimates of the benefit you can receive as a divorced spouse, based on your former wife’s or husband’s earnings record. Call Social Security at to make an appointment.
How can I get my ex husband’s Social Security number?
First, check old tax, insurance and medical records where your ex-husband’s number might be recorded. If you find nothing, your local Social Security office will help you get the number if you can supply your ex-husband’s date of birth, place of birth and his mother’s maiden name.
When can I get my ex husband’s Social Security?
Benefits For Your Divorced Spouse If you are divorced, your ex-spouse can receive benefits based on your record (even if you have remarried) if: Your marriage lasted 10 years or longer. Your ex-spouse is unmarried. Your ex-spouse is age 62 or older.