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I hope this hasn't been asked yet; I've heard conflicting opinions on whether the interest on rental property is deductable as is that on your personal residence. If not, since the rents you collect are counted as income and can kick you into a higher bracket, how do us slumlords work this on our Federal taxes? Does depreciation help the cause?
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