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Article Date:
October 2007


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780

 

 

Tax Guide for Vacation Rentals


If you own a condominium, cottage, cabin, lake or beach home, ski lodge, or similar property, tax law might consider your property a hotel. You generally get hotel treatment when the average period of customer use is seven days or less.

 

The purpose of this article is to alert you to the tax issues that surround a vacation-home hotel.

 

Average Rental Seven Days or Less

 

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