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Play hard but be fair
Play hard but be fair
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14 years ago
I have a property that I rent that has no mortgage but have a mortgage on my own property.
The rent does not cover the mortgage for what I pay on my house.
Can I offset this on my tax return or will the tax man see this as separate.

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