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I purchased a house this year. Would I qualify for any tax deductions on a home purchase?
Unfortunately, most of the expenses you paid when buying your home are not deductible in the year of purchase.
The only tax deductions on a home purchase you may qualify for is the prepaid mortgage interest(points). To deduct prepaid mortgage interest (points) paid to the lender if you must meet these qualifications:
While the changes to the tax law won’t affect most Americans’ 2018 filings for the 2017 fiscal year, 2019 will be a much different story. Citizens of certain states will benefit more than others, too.
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What Deductions Can I Take as an Owner of Rental Property?
When preparing your taxes, we will focus on making sure you profit from every deduction and credit available so you get the biggest refund or lowest liability possible. We encourage you to shop around and compare!
When figuring your estimated tax for the current year, it may be helpful to use your income, deductions, and credits for the prior year as a starting point. Use your prior year’s federal tax return as a guide.
Normally, if you purchase a piece of real estate to fix up and sell it at later date, the profit is taxed under the capital gains rules. There are even more favorable rules if the property qualifies as your principal residence. If you live in it more than two years during the five-year period preceding the sale, you can often exclude the gain from taxation altogether under special rules for homeowners.