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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 4797 Conversational

Instructions and Help about Can Form 4797 Conversational

Music, right? If I lived in a home for several years but moved out ten years ago, I made it into a rental. What are my tax options if I sell? You want to whack this one too? Well, your only tax option is going to be the recognized capital gain or capital loss on the sale of your home. Since you've been at it for ten years, you're not entitled to the five hundred thousand dollar home or personal home exclusion. So, you're gonna have to just treat it as a sale of an investment. It's an investment property. Here's the big thing to think about when you take a personal residence and you make it into a rental property. Which, what do you do? You have to do it 114 days a year. But yeah, I'm assuming in this case that they're out and they said they made it into a rent. Right? So, I'm assuming that they're renting it for a long time. You have depreciation recapture, whether or not you depreciate the house or not. This is really messed up. It's the same. You get you may take depreciation. The sucker-punch that they get you with is that whether you take the depreciation or not, you have to do have to recapture the depreciation regardless. Yeah, their cute terminology is depreciation allowed or allowable. Take a nerd or not, yep. And so, if you could have it, let's say you had a house, I say it was a $300,000 property $200,000 improved value, and you're writing it off over twenty seven and a half years. You would have ten years of that recapture on. I don't know what the math would be, but let's just put it this way, it's not going to be pleasant. Yeah,...