Rental Property

IRS: Choose tax preparers carefully Tax return preparer fraud makes IRS’ 2019 ‘Dirty Dozen’ list of tax scams

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today included tax return preparer fraud on its "Dirty Dozen" list of common tax scams for 2019 and offered tips to help taxpayers avoid unscrupulous tax preparers. With the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the most sweeping tax reform legislation in more than 30 years now in effect, some [...]

New Rules on Rental Deduction

The IRS released a new Notice on Friday, January 18, 2019 regarding rental properties.  Some rentals will qualify for a special QBI deduction under the new tax laws.  To qualify for 2019 onward, a contemporaneous log of your hours of activity related to each rental is required.   We urge you to begin keeping such records [...]

Tax Rules on Rental Property

The basics on capital gains & deductions. Buying or selling income property has definite tax consequences. A taxpayer should clearly understand them, whether he or she intends to acquire a property or put one on the market. A sale of income property incurs either a capital gain or loss. If you profit from the sale [...]