In 2018, Tom and Amanda Jackson (married filing jointly) have

In 2018, Tom and Amanda Jackson (married filing jointly) have $200,000 of taxable income before considering the following events:

a. On May 12, 2018, they sold a painting (art) for $110,000 that was inherited from Grandma on July 23, 2016. The fair market value on the date of Grandma's death was $90,000 and Grandma's adjusted basis of the painting was $25,000.

b. They applied a long-term capital loss carryover from 2017 of $10,000.

c. They recognized a $12,000 loss on 11/1/2018sale of bonds (acquired on 5/12/2008).

d. They recognized a $4,000 gain on 12/12/2018sale of IBM stock (acquired on 2/5/2018).

e. They recognized a $17,000 gain on the 10/17/2018sale of rental property (the only §1231 transaction) of which $8,000 is reportable as gain subject to the 25 percent maximum rate and the remaining $9,000 is subject to the 0/15/20 percent maximum rates (the property was acquired on 8/2/2012).

f. They recognized a $12,000 loss on 12/20/2018sale of bonds (acquired on 1/18/2018).

g. They recognized a $7,000 gain on 6/27/2018sale of BH stock (acquired on 7/30/2009).

h. They recognized an $11,000 loss on 6/13/2018sale of QuikCo stock (acquired on 3/20/2011).

i. They received $500 of qualified dividends on 7/15/2018.

Complete the required capital gains netting procedures and calculate the Jacksons’ 2018tax liability.

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