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Annual Considerations when Reporting Rental Property

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Annual Considerations when Reporting Rental Property
IRS Program #:
X9QQU-T-00972-23-O
CTEC #: 6257-CE-0150
Speaker: Allan (AJ) Reynolds, EA

Reporting rentals is not necessarily a static reporting environment replicating year over year. This session will identify numerous Code sections wherein the taxpayer’s facts morph the tax treatment changes. Changes include the level of personal use, length of the average rental period, level of services provided, real estate professional status, and disposition. The tax professional’s due diligence in these areas is critical to a proper tax determination.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the criteria for meeting real estate professional status and why it matters.
  • Determine the average customer use for the year.
  • Identify deemed personal use days and determine the implications.
  • Determine if substantial personal services are provided.
  • Determine if material participation is applicable.
  • Identify disposition issues including recapture and like-kind-exchanges.

Contributors

  • Allan (AJ) Reynolds, EA

    A.J. has immense experience in various areas of taxation, which encompasses over 30 years. His practice centers on individual, business, and estate tax preparation. In addition, A.J. specializes in IRS audits, appeals, collections and other tax representations. He speaks for multiple organizations and brings his everyday “in the trenches” experience to assist attendees with real issues affecting tax professionals. A.J. started his tax career with a national CPA firm in San Diego, CA after proudly serving five years in the U.S. Navy.


May 14, 2024
Tue 3:00 PM EDT

Duration 2H 0M

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