Tax provisions expiring in 2011 and 2012 December 2011 Credit for construction of new energy efficient homes (Section 45L(g)) Premiums for mortgage insurance deductible as qualified residence interest (Section 163(h)(3))
1 Analysis based on P.L. 110-343 (HR 1424) extends the tax credit for energy-efficient existing homes for 2009. under Section . 25C, and includes energy-efficient . biomass fuel stoves. as a new class of energy efficient . property eligible for a . consumer tax credit of $300.
B. Temporary Disaster Relief Federal Tax Provisions Expiring in 2012 Credit for energy efficient appliances (sec. 45M(b)) 12/31/11 are deductible, repeal of the rule that voluntary payments of interest are not
Credit for energy-efficient appliances (IRC section 45M(b))* Increased AMT exemption amounts for tax years 2012 and 2013 (IRC section 55(d)(1))* Premiums for mortgage insurance deductible as interest that is qualified residence interest
* New homes are most energy efficient unless existing home was retrofitted. If Freddie Mac Down payment required Private mortgage insurance (PMI software and compare biweekly, 25, 30, etc. If you have a choice, choose to pay points instead of Loan Origination. Tax deductible. Avoid
You will need money to cover the deductible portion of your insurance in order (the Buyer) Mortgage Insurer: An insurance company that provides private mortgage insurance Yes No Do you know whether the water heater, insulation, doors and windows are adequately energy efficient?
– Private Mortgage Insurance – Utility Bills. œPage 37 Successful Homeownership tax purposes – Save receipts and cancelled checks – Energy efficient appliances, heaters, and coolers – Florescent bulbs
K-1 received for tax year 2013. Social Security Benefits Page 4. Home owners only: Real estate taxes Home owners only: Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI) Renters only: Total rent paid for the year If you purchase an energy-efficient product or renewable energy
Public infrastructure and utilities including alternative energy production, transportation and public buildings Disaster Claims for tax on products of Puerto Rico must be filed with the government of Puerto Rico. Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and to make efficient use of their land