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1st, I remember that there was a change a year or so ago in how long property had to be held to avoid significant capital gain tax. I believe that it was either 3 or 5 years. Any reference would be greatly appreciated.
2nd, I'm very unclear when hiring individuals in terms of part time/full time hours whether social security needs be paid. Any input is greatly appreciated.
 

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On the 'capital gains' change: It used to be two years occupancy as a primary residence; now it seems to have changed to five years. You need to consult a notario on this and your other question.
 
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