Trailer home replacement - depreciate or not?

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Trailer home replacement - depreciate or not?

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I like hillbillies
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Jay69 wrote:I like hillbillies
+1 especially Popcorn Sutton (legendary Moonshiner from North Carolina).
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atfish wrote:
Jay69 wrote:I like hillbillies
+1 especially Popcorn Sutton (legendary Moonshiner from North Carolina).
I live in the middle of western NC moonshine country, and I can tell you that there are a lot of trailers out in the countryside, and more than just a few are used as meth labs.
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Nice of you guys to take the op's questions seriously.
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If I am not mistaken unless you get the fixed affidavit the two halves are registered as a motor home, which I think can be depreciated. Other wise when fixed it is just real estate land and home combined.

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