Mortgage Refinancing Emerging as A Way to A More Significant Tax Deduction

Posted by william on November 10th, 2019


Denver, CO (November 08, 2019) - Since mortgage refinancing leads to a substantial amount of tax deduction, many tax filers are considering the next step. They are thinking about refinancing their mortgage that would deduct their taxes to an extent. But there are some conditions attached to the process.

To get a tax deduction on a mortgage, the loan has to be on the owner’s primary or secondary residence. In case the tax filer takes out a loan on the second place, then that cannot be a rental place. In the case of mortgage refinancing, the owner will not get a deduction if already the standard deduction on the original loan has been taken.

Through many online tax preparation software, any tax filers can estimate the amount of tax deduction they would be getting. To file a tax return regarding a mortgage refinance, the owner of the property has to acquire a 1098 form from their lender.

For a rental property, an owner can be taxed if their property has been rented. The owner can file for a tax deduction if they spend some amount of money on the rental property. The tax will be deducted on the rental income at the end of each financial year. In this way, one could get a tax deduction on properties. 

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Frank Ellis
American Tax Service
945 East 8th Street Suite A
Traverse City, Michigan 49686


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