• Renting out your Orlando vacation home, condo or villa will not only help offset some of the costs of second home ownership but the U.S. Tax Code also provides some pretty decent breaks. 1.) If you rent your home for 14 days or less in a given year, you don't have to pay any tax on the rental income. You don't even have to report the income to the IRS. This break also applies if you rent your primary home for 14 days or less, which means if you're going out of town for 2 weeks and want to rent [...]

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