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06/19/2012

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clarasmithh001

Thanks for such an interesting article here. I was searching for something like that for quite a long time and at last I have found it here.

JMarie

Thank you!

Andrea

thanks. Regarding the point about sod being depreciable over the life of the residence, what about an instance where it is sod put down on a practice field at a school? I would assume it's depreciable but it's not adjacent to the school building/decorative. It's more of an 'asset' to be put to use. Theoretically, it will last forever but, I assume it's depreciable. thoughts?

Tom

Sod that is not close to your house is not deductible at all.

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