Even if you have had a foreclosure, tax on a second mortgage or home equity loan is still deductible.
Personal interest is not tax deductible
Well it depends on what kind of mortgage.
yes on your income tax
No. Money, borrowed or not, to purchase a home is not tax deductible...the interest on the mortgage secured to the property may be.
If you were to take out a home equity loan and pay for the mortgage recording tax, it would be deductible and the IT-256 form must be used to claim it.
Mortgage Tax Savings Calculator Interest paid on a mortgage is tax deductible if you itemize on your tax return. So are points that are paid to lower your interest rate. Use this calculator to determine how much you could save in income taxes. Click on the "View Report" button to view the results in detail.
Principal, interest, tax, and insurance
Medicaid is not taxable nor deductible on a personal tax return unless you are a provider of care and receive payment for such services.
Estimated Income tax payments are not deductible in figuring out what your taxable income is, that determines how much your actual income tax is. See, that's circular.
No, it is not tax deductible, but there are credits for education that are available. And the interest rate of college loans is tax deductible.