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1. On April 2, Lana executed a contract to sell her office building to Swanky Realty, Inc. for $1,000,000. The transaction was to close on September 1. Lana's basis in the building is $300,000. On July 1, Lana deeded the building to her son Turner. Between July 1 and September 1, Turner collected the $180,000 rent paid by the building tenants. At the closing on September 1, Swanky Realty paid the $1,000,000 purchase price to Turner. How much income must Lana and Turner each recognize?
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