What Are Rental Operating Expenses Deductions?
Operating expenses are the daily and continuous costs incurred by a property owner to operate a rental property.
Usually, operating expenses include:
Repairs and maintenance
These expenses (unlike start-up expenses) are currently deductible—that is, you can deduct them all in the same year when you pay them.
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