Article Date:
November 2007


Word Count:
587

 

 

IRS Audit


We are in the process of an IRS audit on our vacation cabin. The cabin qualifies as a hotel. To deduct our losses, all we have to prove is that we materially participate in the cabin activity. In the IRS publication on passive losses, there is a section that says taxpayers materially participate when they meet one of the seven tests described. We meet one of those tests.

 

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