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AirBnB is a great way to generate additional income from your non-occupied rooms. It's also an excellent investment strategy and can generate higher returns than traditional rentals. But the tax impacts of an AirBnB rentals can wipe out your returns.
On today's podcast, we discuss the tax implications of renting via AirBnB and how to avoid the dreaded self-employment taxes on the rental income you are generating.