What are the tax benefits of real estate investment?
Posted by William Byrnes on February 5, 2014
Q. In general, what are the tax benefits of real estate investment?
What limitations may restrict enjoyment of those benefits?
As a general rule, an investor takes the same deductions and credits and recognizes income whether the investor owns the property directly or has an interest in a limited partnership that “passes through” the deductions, credits, and income. However, …..
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