When I saw "ptheland" on the "Best of" list, I clicked because I thought, "Peter is a smart guy. It's worth my time to read anything he writes."I don't know about "anything" he writes. Sometimes bits and pieces seem to be worthwhile.Since nobody is living in that house now, is it possible to claim depreciation on it?Not unless it is being rented out or somehow used to produce income. --Peter
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