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I had to evict a tenant for nonpayment of rent and utilities totaling 14K is any of that deductible there is a court order in this case if it makes a difference

 
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I had to evict a tenant for nonpayment of rent and utilities totaling 14K is any of that deductible there is a court order in this case if it makes a difference

Unfortunately, the IRS does not allow a deduction for income not received, but you can deduct all qualified rental expenses including any legal expenses paid for in this case.

See  Deductible Rental Expenses


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I had to evict a tenant for nonpayment of rent and utilities totaling 14K is any of that deductible there is a court order in this case if it makes a difference

Unfortunately, the IRS does not allow a deduction for income not received, but you can deduct all qualified rental expenses including any legal expenses paid for in this case.

See  Deductible Rental Expenses


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