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Part One of this article discussed changes affecting real estate including the pass-through business deduction adopted in new §199A of the Tax Act. Part Two expands upon the workings of the pass-through business deduction (pass-through deduction).
Part One of this article discussed changes affecting real estate including the pass-through business deduction adopted in new §199A of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (Tax Act), Pub. L. No. 115-97 (enacted Dec. 22, 2017) (http://bit.ly/2Fm7o2K). Part Two expands upon the workings of the pass-through business deduction (pass-through deduction).
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