When the sale price for an asset is higher than the initial purchase price, meaning that a profit has been earned, the IRS calls that profit a capital gain. For instance, if you purchase a watch for your husband on your anniversary for $2,000, and you later sell the watch for $3,000, your capital gain is $1,000. Learn more about capital gains tax in California in this presentation.
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