Buyer Tax Deductions
Home Buyer Tax Breaks
Tax season is here and many consumers are not completely aware of the home buyer tax deductions and breaks they may be entitled to. While we all need to pay our fair share of taxes, it is nice knowing we may get a refund if we are able to itemize and claim some of the homeowner tax deductions that are available.
There are costs associated with home ownership, tax benefits of being a homeowner, several ways to to get a tax savings you may not know about, as well as tax savings when you go to sell your home highlighted in the infographic below. For more details about each of the topics, follow this link and get a better understanding of the Real Estate Buyer Tax Deductions you may be entitled to.
If still in doubt over what you can claim, consult with a tax professional before finalizing your annual tax returns. Remember, unless you file an extension, your return needs to be postmarked April 15th or earlier to avoid penalties.
There are many benefits to owning your own home. Potentially saving money on your taxes and netting a return both sound like good reasons to me!
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So much great info in your post and very timely with tax season coming up!