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If your investment property is subject to HOA dues, can you write off 100 percent of those dues on your Schedule E form?

Douglasville, GA |

The information is contained in the link I included. I want to verify it for accuracy. We are a struggling community where an investment group owns several lots and this information may be useful for persuading them to consider paying dues and help us make some much needed renovations to keep the neighborhood attractive..

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You should re-post/re-tag your question for tax law and related headings. You have only tagged it with HOA and I doubt a qualified lawyer will find your question on this board, since it is really a tax question.

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