IRS Raises Ceiling for Tax Deductions on Luxury Home Loans


The limit for the deduction of interest on a home mortgage which used to be $1 million has been raised to $1.1 million. This means if you have a home loan of $1.1 million your interest can be deducted as a tax break. Naturally, this would be welcomed by home owners of luxury homes such as the ‘Signature Collection’ homes built by the Toll Brothers.

The IRS had actually issued a memo on this matter last year stating that homeowners could save up to $3,000 by claiming thousands of dollars in refunds simply by submitting an amended tax return. However, at that time it was not offcial but not it is.

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