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4 Tax Breaks Homeowners Should Take Advantage!

Haydn Halsted
Mar 7 2 minutes read

1. Deducting points you paid towards your mortgage 

The points you pay on a loan to buy, build or substantially approve on your primary residents are fully deductible in the year you pay them.

2. Private mortgage insurance 

Also known as PMI. Homeowners who are making less than $100,000 per year can itemize and write it off.

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3. Mortgage interest deduction 

Probably the most lucrative. If you itemize, you can deduct the interest on loans up to $750,000 used to buy, build or substantially improve your primary residence.

4. having a home office 

If you're self employed and you work from your home, you can deduct your money making space and then that can even go towards deducting utilities and insurance.

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