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How do I treat a loss on a British rental property?
I have a rented property in Britain which made a loss for both 2013 and 2014, using the criteria that the Revenue applies to Irish rental properties. I did not declare this property on my 2013 tax return, and was looking for guidance on whether I need to declare this loss for the 2014 return? Also, do I need to contact the Revenue to declare the 2013 loss? Or, because it is a loss, can...
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