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6 roof tiles were damaged during Hurricane Irma; repairs $1200; roof was replaced in 2005 for $33,100. How do I figure what to enter on cost basis on form 4684, line 2?

 
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6 roof tiles were damaged during Hurricane Irma; repairs $1200; roof was replaced in 2005 for $33,100. How do I figure what to enter on cost basis on form 4684, line 2?

You can use the $1200 as the Cost Basis for this event.  The FMV before the casualty was $1200; after the casualty, $0.

If you received insurance reimbursement, that will be subtracted from the $1200.  

Basically you are trying to claim the amount you paid out of pocket (or your deductible). 

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6 roof tiles were damaged during Hurricane Irma; repairs $1200; roof was replaced in 2005 for $33,100. How do I figure what to enter on cost basis on form 4684, line 2?

You can use the $1200 as the Cost Basis for this event.  The FMV before the casualty was $1200; after the casualty, $0.

If you received insurance reimbursement, that will be subtracted from the $1200.  

Basically you are trying to claim the amount you paid out of pocket (or your deductible). 

Here's more info:

https://ttlc.intuit.com/replies/6395931

**Say "Thanks" by clicking the thumb icon in a post
**Mark the post that answers your question by clicking on "Mark as Best Answer"

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