Article Date:
January 2013


Word Count:
397

 

 

Creating Tax Deductions for an Entertainment Facility


The tax laws concerning entertainment facilities destroy tax deductions for any real or personal property owned, rented, or used by a taxpayer in connection with an entertainment activity.1

 

Examples of facilities that might be used for or in connection with entertainment include yachts, hunting lodges, fishing camps, swimming pools, tennis courts, bowling alleys, automobiles, airplanes, apartments, hotel suites, and homes in vacation resorts.2

 

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Tom Moore, a sole proprietor, has a hunting lodge located on 640 acres of land that he owns and ... Log in to view full article.

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