The only book on tax deductions written for residential landlords!
Named a “Top 10 Real Estate Book” by Robert Bruss, syndicated real estate columnist.
If you own rental property, it’s in your best interest to take advantage of the many tax write-offs available. But how do you know if you qualify for a specific deduction? Every Landlord’s Tax Deduction Guide will show you, in plain English, how residential landlords can save big money on taxes — without the services of a pricey accounting firm.
This book explains how to maximize your deductions legally and avoid IRS scrutiny. Find out how to:
- fill out IRS Schedule E
- take real estate tax credits
- figure out if an expense is a repair (deductible) or an improvement (depreciable)
- maximize your depreciation deductions
- deduct losses arising from real estate ownership
- keep proper tax records
- deduct home office, travel, and casualty losses
Completely updated to include the latest guidance on the complex new IRS repair regulations that took effect in 2014.
Every Landlord’s Tax Deduction Guide is comprehensive yet easy to read and shows you how the law works in real life with compelling real-world examples that will show you how these deductions can be applied. The updated edition is completely updated to cover the most recent changes in tax laws, including substantive changes and updated tax numbers.
“This unusual book makes tax tactics actually interesting, whether you are a novice or a serious full-time investor.”
-The Washington Post
“The best of the best…heavily emphasizes maximizing depreciation deductions.”
Number of Pages: 536