Mortgage Interest

by Dale
(Oregon)

I purchased a very moderately priced condo in 2002. I have not gone long form from that time. Last yr's interest was sbout 3300. Am I loosing that $$ from my refund ? I have not claimed 1040 as I was told my mortgage interest was not enough to file long form. What should I do ?... besides possibly getting my head examined...

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Mortgage Interest Deduction For Rental Property

by George
(Yorba Linda, CA)

Mortgage Interest Deduction

Mortgage Interest Deduction

We needed to move closer to work, so in late 2009 we decided to rent our home and rent an apartment close to work. We had a tenant for all 365 days in 2010. We rented the home for a loss of ~$20,000. My wife’s and my combined income is over $200,000 can we deduct our mortgage interest?

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Mortgage Loan Interest

I live with my parents, I pay the mortgage, property taxes and Insurance. My name is on the property taxes, insurance and the deed, but not on the loan. Can I still claim the mortgage interest if my father wants me to?

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Mortgage Tax Paid By Servicing Company

by Maurice
(new port richey fl.)

in 2010 i , for most of the year was not making a mortgage payment, because i was near foreclosure. The servicing company made my payments and added them back into the loan. Then modafied the loan. The tax was paid on my behalf. can it still be a deduction ?

thank you
maurice
mk1926@hotmail.com

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