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Property Management Tax Deductions

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By TurboTax Becoming a residential landlord or owning a commercial property comes with new tax responsibilities. Learn more about how to handle your tax situation. If you become a professional or part-time property manager or you start renting out properties to tenants, it could mean years of steady income. This income is subject to taxes, but it can also carry tax advantages, like property management tax deductions, write-offs, and more. As a result, you’ll want to understand these items better come tax time each year. TurboTax Live experts look out for you. Expert help your way: get help as …

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