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Article Date:
September 2010


Word Count:
841

 

 

Tax Tips for Rental of Ski Cabin


Charles M. Akers owned a three-bedroom cabin in Alpine, Calif.

 

The issues in this case are as follows:

 

1.

Is Mr. Akers entitled to a Schedule E deduction for his $20,258 expenses of renting this cabin?

2.

If Mr. Akers is not entitled to the Schedule E deductions for the rental of the cabin, is the cabin considered a residence of Mr. Akers’?

 

The Rental Arrangement

 

Mr. Akers contracted with Alpine Resort Rentals (Alpine), a property management company, to rent the cabin. Alpine had the exclusive right to rent the cabin ... Log in to view full article.

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