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|Subject: Re: Another Rental Property Question||Date: 4/14/2008 7:02 PM|
|Author: irasmilo||Number: 100334 of 122047|
In your case, you seem to have rental losses that are "piling up" until they can be used in the future. There are only 2 ways around this:
1)Become a real estate professional(they can deduct unlimited losses)
2)Make less money (If your AGI is less than $100K, you should be able to deduct $25K in losses a year).
There are three ways, but who's counting. You can always sell the property. All deferred losses are "released" in the year of sale.
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