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Why is my rental loss not deductible?

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A. That is generally correct — for most taxpayers. Rental activities are considered "passive" activities, and a loss on a passive activity is not deductible against non -passive income, such as wages. A special rule lets you deduct up to $25,000 of losses from rental real estate in which you actively participate.
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