Owner-occupied housing carries significant tax breaks. There's the mortgage interest deduction plus the ability to shelter up to half a million dollars in home-sale profit from capital gains tax. Is it too much? Just right? Not enough?
July 16, 2010; 10:00 AM ET |
Categories: Poll , Taxes , The economy , Weekend Poll | Tags: capital gains tax, housing tax breaks, mortgage interest deduction
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