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I have small office space which is own by separate corporation and leased to other. 

Are they any IRS regulation or Tax Benefits on who  ( Tenant or Landlord ) pay HOA dues ? 

Thanks 

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Depends

It depends on how the contract or lease is written.

As the owner you are the one liable for the HOA dues if the tenant doesn't pay them under a lease. However its a null effect on your taxes - assuming you would be paying them and passing the cost along with a higher rental rate that includes the dues. You would have a higher income and a higher writeoff so there would be a null effect.

THe IRS does not dictate who pays HOA dues.

I don't see any tax benefits either way really.

greencal said:   I have small office space which is own by separate corporation and leased to other. 

Are they any IRS regulation or Tax Benefits on who  ( Tenant or Landlord ) pay HOA dues ? 

Thanks 

  The only IRS regulation says the tax benefit (potential ability to deduct the expense) goes to whoever pays the HOA dues.



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