I'm assuming that if the corporation reimburses me for depreciation on the house, I'll have to pay a recapture tax when I sell the house. If that’s true, what happens if I skip the depreciation and the corporation reimburses for all of the other expenses? (MBB, Denver, CO)
This is a bad idea. Depreciation not claimed is imputed by the IRS as if you took it, but the IRS does not give you this imputed depreciation. Instead, the ... Log in to view full article.