Article Date:
June 2008


Word Count:
384

 

 

Passive Losses for Doctor


I operate a medical practice as a proprietorship and also own several single-family rental properties. Because my income is too high, the passive loss rules do not allow me to deduct any of my rental property losses.

 

If I formed a professional corporation and transferred this real estate to it, would I then be able to deduct the losses against my corporate income? (D.S., Stockton, Calif.)

 

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