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Deanna Schiesser

Why can't hours spent shopping or at training count in T/S?


Because you aren't using your home when you are away from it. Since the time-space % is based on your use of the home, it doesn't make sense to count hours when you are not using it.

Sarah Uhrich

If I am closed for the summer, would I still use 8760 hours to figure my time/space? Or would I adjust that number accordingly? Thanks!


No. If you were closed for 3 months and used a lower number of hours for the year, you would claim house expenses for only 9 months. It's not worth doing this.

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