Owning real estate can make a big difference on your tax return, so make sure that you’re taking advantage of all the deductions you’re entitled to.
The Fiscal Cliff negotiations earlier this year created new tax breaks for homeowners, and extended others.
The typical U.S. taxpayer will receive roughly $3,000 in federal income tax refunds this year, an average of $250 per month. What would you do with an extra $250 per month?
For the 3rd time in 7 years, your federal income taxes will not be due April 15. They’ll be due Tuesday, April 17 instead.
Time is running out to boost to your 2011 federal tax refund. All that’s required is to make your January 2012 mortgage payment while it’s still December.
If you’re an eligible federal employee or qualified military personnel, you have 3 weeks from this Saturday to use the federal home buyer tax credit, and to claim up to $8,000 in federal income tax credits.
This year, federal income taxes aren’t due April 15.
For certain members of the military, and for certain federal employees, there’s just 2 months remaining to get use the federal home buyer tax credit.
Looking for an extra 2010 tax deduction? Consider making your January mortgage payment a few days early.