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The section 199A deduction provides a tax rate reduction on the top bracket tax rate on flow through, rental real estate income and REIT dividends.

Section 199A Deduction

Why it's important:

  • 20% deduction on flow-through income including rental income
  • Reduces tax rate on income from top bracket from 37% to 29.6%

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Ken Weissenberg:

199 Capital A Deduction, which is a 20% deduction on flow through income, which includes rental real estate income.


Kenneth Weissenberg CPA, Tax Partner in Real Estate Services, is experienced in tax saving strategies and negotiating sales and acquisitions. He represents owners of some of the most well-known real estate properties in New York City.

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