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May 2012

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Part of Home-Office Deduction Lost with Violation of Exclusive-Use Rule

Luis Bulas claimed the home-office deduction because he operated his accounting and tax practice from an office in his home.


The Home and the Office


Mr. Bulas owns a home with a total area of 2,677.34 square feet. He uses one bedroom as an office for his accounting and tax business.


The bedroom is 226.3 square feet.


Across the hall from the office, Mr. Bulas built a bathroom for use by his clients, but family members and personal guests also used this bathroom ... Log in to view full article.

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