What is the Impact of New Repair & Maintenance Regs? – April 15, 2014

After a 10-year wait, the IRS has released its final repair and maintenance regulations detailing when tangible property must be expensed or capitalized. These regulations stand to significantly impact those in the real estate industry or anyone who owns real estate. While compliance is optional on 2013 returns, in 2014 it will be mandatory.

Learn more in “Divide and Conquer: How Repair Regs Impact Your Property” in the spring issue of Taxonomics.

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