Get a hold of a Schedule E. You can use it to see the categories of things that may be deducted (tax, insurance, repairs, etc.). Then, below that, there's a place to deduct depreciation. I think after you see the categories of things that can be deducted--and acquaint yourself with depreciation--you'll be in a much better position to estimate positive and negative cash flow. --SirTas
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