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Rental activity is specifically classified as passive activity.
That means - rental losses are subject to passive loss limitations
However - if you (or your spouse if filing
jointly) - actively participated in the rental real estate activity, you can deduct up to $25,000 of rental loss.
So - if you have -$3351 in net rental losses (line 17 of Form 1040) on your 2013 tax
return - that loss is fully deducted on your 2013 tax return and not subject to passive loss limitations.
However, $25,000 of rental loss is fully allowed if the AGI is under $100k. If your AGI is above $100k - the allowed deduction
is reduced and it's completely phased out for AGI above $150k.
So - most likely - unless you have a high AGI - you correctly deducted your rental loss on 2013 tax return - and there is no need to amend your 2014 tax return.
If you still have any doubts, need clarification - please be sure to ask.
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