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Rental Real Estate

A foreclosure on rental property technically involves the sale of the property back to the lender. Form 1099-A Acquisition or Abandonment of Secured Property reports that the lender has repossessed or foreclosed on the property. Box 2 is the amount of the outstanding mortgage debt, and box 4 is the fair...

Many taxpayers have both a dwelling unit and a principal place of residence.  Understanding the difference between the two is important for a wide variety of reasons.  The file that landed on my desk today involves such a matter.  The taxpayer has a dwelling unit...

In reviewing James F. Moss, et ux. v. Commissioner 135 TC No. 18 to be a real estate professional, a taxpayer must meet two requirements: (1) More than one-half of the taxpayer’s personal services must be performed in real property trades or businesses in which he materially participates; and (2) The taxpayer must perform...

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