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jgoering
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Seems like there is a bug in something in the code. When I add expenses into my rental property, it causes my taxes to go up not down.

It's an expense that makes me less profit so I should have fewer taxes, not more.

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SweetieJean
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Seems like there is a bug in something in the code. When I add expenses into my rental property, it causes my taxes to go up not down.

This may be due to the way EIC is calculated (on a bell curve, using both earned income and AGI).

You are required to claim your expenses, though.

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