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In addition to what you've already been told, watch out for the passive loss limitations. Because both interest and depreciation are current rental expenses, it's quite possible to have a paper loss on a rental. At certain income levels that loss is restricted on your current return and carried forward until you dispose of the property.

Information about rentals is in IRS Publication 527.

Phil Marti
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