if my sole income is from sch-c can I take my mortgage interest and real estate taxes off the sch-c
by ptosis 13 months ago
More than 400 millionaires and billionaires asks Congress not to pass a bill that "further exacerbates inequality." It also says the tax bill should not add to the country's debt.Republicans are “saying we can’t afford to spend money, but we can afford to give rich people a huge tax...
by aigduke 7 years ago
I have a home office. Can I deduct ALL the mortgage interest on my 2010 return?
by guy6336 6 years ago
Is the mortgage interest rate going to continue to rise or is it going to go back down?
by Bill Russo 7 years ago
Is ther U.S. government going to eliminate the Mortgage Interest Deduction for homeowners?This is the only thing that saves me from having to pay the IRS. If I lose this, it will be very costly.
by ngureco 7 years ago
Are There Workable Investment Plans In Real Estate For People With Small Money?
by Sekharg 7 years ago
I see lot of houses for sale.I heard interest rates are lowest.Is it a good idea to buy a house now?What do you think?
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