When did you buy the house? The itemized deduction for the premium is only deductible if you recently bought the house. See 1040 instructions for schedule A. Since you appear to have paid a lump sum, you must prorate it over the life of...
2 Answers · Business & Finance · 16/01/2010
Amount of the home. It is 10% up to 8000.
4 Answers · Business & Finance · 07/11/2009
1) No 2) Yes
1 Answers · Business & Finance · 30/01/2013
AND since you are smart enough to ask this question I think that you are smart enough to know the correct answer would have to be that this will state tax lien will have some type of detrimental affect on the processing of any possible loan that you would apply for RIGHT. It could possibly be...
2 Answers · Business & Finance · 11/10/2011
You are not married. You can't file a joint return.
3 Answers · Business & Finance · 30/06/2013
IF you are NOT delinquent and are regularly paying, the IRS is unlikely to go to the trouble of placing a lien on your house. Having a tax lien, or tax liability, is additional debt, which reduces your chances...
3 Answers · Business & Finance · 04/10/2009
You are only allowed a deduction for the MIP that related to the tax year 2008. You calculate the amount by dividing the total MIP by the number of months of your mortgage and then multiply by the number of months...
2 Answers · Business & Finance · 09/02/2009
No, they're not anything close to the same, so that's not the problem. When did you close on the house? Do you have a spouse who's ineligible for any reason? Contact the taxpayer advocate http://www.irs.gov/advocate/article/0,,id=212313,00.html and ask them to...
1 Answers · Business & Finance · 01/11/2011
yes they are
2 Answers · Business & Finance · 26/02/2009