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Rental Real Estate

Excess Depreciation Claimed - Now What? Justin Fundalinski of Jim Saulnier & Associates, who I met while volunteering time for the betterment of the Financial Planning Association, asked me a procedural question about a fascinating situation he encountered regarding depreciation and disposition of residential rental real...

Richard S. Leyh et ux. v. Commissioner (T.C. Summ. Op. 2015-27) details a case in which a taxpayer could revise her contemporaneous log of daily rental property activity and qualify as a real estate professional for income tax reporting purposes. When the IRS audited the taxpayer's...

Schumann v. IRS: Reg. 1.469-2(f)(6) - The Nuanced Relationship Between Passive Losses & Self Rental Gains. Back to my friends that I previously wrote about who misunderstood passive activity and material participation. They are a married couple filing jointly and own a very successful business together structured...

Defining Passive Activity Between Spouses - Beyond the Bedroom: What Is Material Participation? Ha! One would imagine this is the script to a low budget B-rated film by the title, it is not. But if it got you reading all the better because you may want...

How to Calculate Basis of a Primary Residence Converted to Rental Property [Reg. §1.168(i)-4(b)] [Reg. §1.165-9(b)(2)] can be a nuanced and complicated question to answer as it depends on a handful of specific facts and circumstances.  Many people have built impressive residential real estate portfolios...

That's right Y'all this is another one of those quite game changers for owners of tangible property concerned about keeping the IRS at bay by actually adhering to the specific US Tax Code and subsequent IRS Revenue Procedures. My apologies for being so brazen but I more...

You are allowed deductions for ordinary and necessary expenses incurred in the course of business under §162, but you must also keep adequate records to substantiate expenses which can at times seem esoteric if not convoluted. Deductible travel expenses for example under §274(d) are based on whether or not the...

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