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Join us for episode 3 which goes into details about house hacking, why it makes financial sense, and also what the tax implications of house hacking are. We talk about why house hacking is great from a tax perspective, and why you should also tread with caution. You'll learn what you should be considering prior to making that purchase and going through with house hacking. Don't get caught in a tax trap that could have been avoided by listening to this episode!