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Mortgage Interest Deduction
30 Nov 2012

Mortgage Interest Deduction

Bipartisan calls for caps on tax deductions could affect a mortgage-interest tax break once considered unassailable, the New York Times reports. A deduction cap would likely be aimed at upper-income households and could therefore “diminish or end” the deduction on mortgage interest payments for those taxpayers. Proponents of the popular mortgage interest deduction, including the real estate industry, would likely have time to push back, however.

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