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Homestead Exemption

Deadline for Filing Homestead Exemption April 1st

Claiming the exemption is FREE and will SAVE YOU MONEY!

You should file for homestead exemption if your home is your legal residence and you purchased it in 2013. 158 more words

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Buy a Home and Lower Your Taxes!

Because I just completed my own personal income tax returns, I was once again reminded of the tax benefits of home ownership!

When Buyers are looking to purchase homes, there is usually a little bit of concern about taxes – as in, “Those property taxes sure seem high!” Well, that is certainly an important consideration, but there are also… 534 more words

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In Law, the US Supreme Court held that a bankruptcy court’s “surcharge” against a bankruptcy debtor’s $75,000 homestead exemption to defray attorney’s fees incurred by contesting the debtor’s fraudulent mortgage lien exceeded its authority. 85 more words

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DEADLINE for Florida Homestead Tax Exemption Is March 3rd

Florida’s Constitution allows up to $50,000 to be deducted from the assessed value of a primary residence (however only $25,000 may be deducted for the purposes of calculating the assessed value for school taxes). 307 more words

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Home Buying & Tax Season

As we all know, income tax season is upon us. If you sold or purchased a home in 2013 be sure to have your Settlement Statement (HUD-1) with you when you begin filing your taxes or to provide to your tax professional because you may qualify for additional tax benefits or liabilities. 112 more words

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