Real Estate Investing With Section 199A: Don’t Let Your Deductions Fly Out The Window

By way of brief review, the Section 199A deduction allows up to a 20% deduction from net income received from a qualified trade or business. The active rental of real estate, being a dealer or developer in real estate, and other associated activities and vocations can qualify, but several special rules apply.


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Vicki Morgan

Howdy! A little bit about myself: As a native Texan, I grew up just outside of Leon Valley. I went to John Marshall High School when girls still had to wear dresses to school. My fondest memories were riding my horse bareback up and down Bandera Highway. My mother referred to me as her blonde headed Indian! I have been a Realtor for close to 20 years and absolutely LOVE this business. I’ve been blessed beyond measure in my real estate career. My business has experienced continual growth since the beginning! God has given me a PASSION for helping others become debt free and along with locating and selling properties for my clients. I frequently will see a client that I am working on credit issues with in the grocery store and check to see if they have beans and rice in their shopping basket! I love what I do! Would love the pleasure to assist you with your real estate transactions too. I look forward to hearing from you! Sincerely, Vicki Morgan, Realtor 210.394.3194 Direct

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