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We asked Lynn Nichols, CPA, to break down the latest IRS guidance on two issues in Section 199A of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
“The most frequently asked question I get at seminars about 199A has been, ‘Can a rental activity count as trade or business?’” Nichols said. “The answer is yes, and there is a safe harbor explained in Notice 2019-7. Another IRS document, Revenue Procedure 2019-11, addresses how to calculate ‘W-2 Wages’ when that number determines the W-2 wage limitation on a Section 199A deduction.”
Watch this video as Nichols details how Revenue Procedure 2019-11 can determine W-2 wages for the 199A deduction.