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Tax Tips for the Homeowner and Vacation Home Rentals

Who isn’t excited about a new home? Whether you are a first-time homeowner like Julie and Sandra or an experienced homeowner, the fun of buying a new home remains unparalleled. And what better news than to learn that buying a home also brings along with it some tax advantages. This week we’ll discuss some tax tips for the homeowner. If…read more →

Little Trick to Write Off Miscellaneous Expenses

When we include our tax deductions, we must always remember the Big Four: Mortgage interest, State income taxes, Real estate taxes and Charitable contributions. John and Edith, a couple starting a business, had this in mind and they were also aware that 2017 was the last year to be able to write off Miscellaneous Expenses on Schedule A. The Tax…read more →

Little Trick to Write Off Miscellaneous Expenses

When we include our tax deductions, we must always remember the Big Four: Mortgage interest, State income taxes withheld or paid, Real estate taxes and Charitable contributions. John and Edith, a couple starting a business, had this in mind and they were also aware that 2017 was the last year to be able to write off Miscellaneous Expenses on Schedule…read more →

Little Known Tax Deductions (Miscellaneous Expenses) and Job Hunting Expenses

When we include our tax deductions, we can always remember the big four: Mortgage interest, state income taxes withheld or paid, real estate taxes, and charitable contributions. Some of the forgotten deductions are medical expenses. Starting in 2013, the floor is higher (10%) for some taxpayers. Most people believe they won’t exceed the required percentage floor, so they don’t remember…read more →

Little Known Tax Deductions (Miscellaneous Expenses) and Job Hunting Expenses

When we include our tax deductions, we can always remember the big four:  Mortgage interest, state income taxes withheld or paid, real estate taxes, and charitable contributions.  Some of the forgotten deductions are medical expenses.  Starting in 2013, the floor is higher (10%) for some taxpayers. Most people believe they won’t exceed the required percentage floor, so they don’t remember…read more →

Little Known Tax Deductions (Miscellaneous Expenses) and Job Hunting Expenses

When we include our tax deductions, we can always remember the big four:  Mortgage interest, state income taxes withheld or paid, real estate taxes, and charitable contributions.  Some of the forgotten deductions are medical expenses.  Starting in 2013, the floor is higher (10%) for some taxpayers. Most people believe they won’t exceed the required percentage floor, so they don’t remember…read more →

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