Using Equine Activity Losses To Achieve Overall Tax Savings

Most performance horse owners begin their horse ownership and performance horse activities for purposes other than pecuniary (monetary) gain. Nevertheless, many hope eventually to turn a profit as their horse progresses in skill or as their equine business develops. If you treat your equine activities as a business, you might be able to use any losses incurred in those activities to offset

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