Mortgage Interest Tax Deduction

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The mortgage interest tax deduction is one of the largest tax deductions for homeowners. It allows you to deduct the interest you’ve paid on your mortgage in the past year. Not understanding how it works could cost you thousands of dollars in taxes. In this video, I explain what the mortgage interest tax deduction is, how you can qualify for the mortgage interest tax deduction, and how to determine whether or not the mortgage interest tax deduction will affect your tax bill.

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