The Passive Loss Rules

In general, if a taxpayer’s aggregate losses from passive activities exceed the taxpayer’s aggregate income from passive activities for the taxable year, the excess losses may not be deducted against other income for that taxable year. Such excess losses are suspended and are carried forward, to be treated as deductions from

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Once upon a time, before the advent of limited liability companies (“LLCs”), taxpayers would occasionally acquire real property in a corporation rather than in a limited partnership.

The corporation may have been created to hold the real property, or it may have been an operating company that, for some misguided reason, decided