In their Taxation column, Ezra Dyckman, a partner at Roberts & Holland, and Libin Zhang, an associate at the firm, write that taxpayers who work in the real estate industry may save up to 3.8 percent of their real estate income from the new Medicare tax by qualifying as a real estate professional.
Impact of the New Medicare Tax on Real Estate Professionals
New York Law Journal
December 26, 2012
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