First Tax Return This Year

by Tommy
(wollongong)

Hi, I am about to do my first tax return on etax, just got my friend told me that I can can claim back my dividend from previous periods. How would I able to include or claim them on etax? Please help.

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First Time Home Buyer After September 30, 2010

I purchased a home for the first time in 2010. I wasn't under contract until after April and didn't close until October 1, 2010. Do I qualify for any tax credit?

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First Time Home Buyer Repayment

by Sarah
(Fayetteville, NC)

My husband and I took the 8000k tax credit, but had to turn our property into a rental before the three years was up. (He was discharged from the Army and we had to seek employment elsewhere). Will we have to pay the full amount back this year on our taxes or are there repayment options?

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First Time Homebuyer Credit

by Deborah
(Pennsylvania)

I moved out of my spousal home in January, 2006, and became legally separated in Jan of 2007. I have maintained a separate primary residence since January 2006. My estranged spouse remains in the home; transfer of the deed and the mortgage from joint to his name was completed 2/2010. So, for IRS purposes, I am considered "unmarried".
I rented a residence from Jan 2006 to April 2010. I purchsed a home of my own and settled on April 23, 2010.
Beacuse I am "unmarried", and did not OWN my PRIMARY RESIDENCE for 3 plus years prior to purchasing my new home, I am in fact eligible to take the $ 8,000 firts time homebuyer credit, correct ?

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First Timer

Which home closing costs can I deduct?

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