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Article Date:
June 2007


Word Count:
334

 

 

Renting Property to Your Corporation Problem


Doing business with a related party—meaning yourself, your family, or the entities you own—is the biggest problem area that exists in tax law, bar none. Period. (With the possible exception of the alternative minimum tax.)

 

Whenever you have transactions with family or your owned corporations, partnerships, and other entities, you face special rules in the tax law. As Gary and Delores Beecher recently learned, most of the related-party rules produce harsh results.

 

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