Also depending on her age she may not have to be paying school tax. I tihnk the age is 65. Not sure but that sohlud be on the website as well
Hope this help
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You would need to contact their CPA or possibly the IRS for any assistance.
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p.s. This is not to be considered legal or tax advice, just speaking from experience. :)
The one-time tax exemption is pretty much a thing of the past, though when it comes to matters involving taxes, the only person who you should fully rely on to evaluate any one particular situation is a Licensed CPA or Enrolled Agent.
That said, I've posted a link below that goes into some detail about capital gains on homes that you may want to take a look at.