Secure deductions for short-term rental properties

November 2010
Tax Strategist;Nov2010, Vol. 5 Issue 11, p6
The article focuses on the issue of securing deductions for short-term rental properties in the U.S. It states that clients should know the length of rental periods so they can benefit from the exception of short-term rental properties. It suggests that taxpayers should materially participate in the activity to treat a non-passive loss from a short-term rental property.


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