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US Capital Gains tax on property sold in the UK

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I am a resident and British national who recently (6yrs ago) became a dual national with the US through my American father. I haven't lived or worked in the States yet and don't yet have a social security number.

I have been offered a job in NY but am receiving very conflicting advice about taxation. I have not filed taxes in the States but am aware that this can be done easily and my income at least should not be subject to double taxation. However I sold a property recently in the UK, my primary residence, which qualified for exemption on Capital Gains tax in the UK. I am being told that this however could be taxed in the US. Is this true? I have been given a great deal of conflicting advice in the UK.


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