If you paid for dishes and they are rented with your rental property - you will deduct your expenses as rental expenses (to reduce your rental income ) on the schedule E - http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f1040se.pdf
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According to IRS publication 946 - http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p946.pdf
You can depreciate most types of tangible property (except land), such as buildings, machinery, vehicles, furniture, and equipment. You also can depreciate certain intangible property, such as patents, copyrights, and computer software.
To be depreciable, the property must meet all the following requirements.
It must be property you own.
It must be used in your business or income-producing activity.
It must have a determinable useful life.
It must be expected to last more than one year.
So - generally if the useful life of the property is one year or less - its cost should be expensed, if however the useful life of the property is more than a year - it should be depreciated.
Even if the property should be depreciated - in most situation you still may deduct the full cost in the year it is placed in service by using section 179 deduction.
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