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Rental properties break down. At some point, you'll have to make the decision to make minor repairs or a completely replace building components. Rental property improvements versus repairs have significant tax implications, some of which we talk about today.
I share my personal story about turning over one of my own units. I walk you through the though process of a landlord who is also a CPA and wants to maximize tax deductions and subsequently my returns.