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Recent budget deal revives pair of important housing tax breaks The stopgap budget deal reached in February brought back tax write-offs for private mortgage insurance and reinstituted a break for owners who lost money through a foreclosure or short sale. Both had expired at the end of 2016. DEAR MR. MYERS: I heard a brief report on the radio that said some of the tax breaks that expired in 2016 were suddenly extended into 2017, which would allow taxpayers to take them on the returns they are filling out now. Is this true? If so, are any of these extensions related to real estate? ANSWER: Yes, it’s true that a handful of breaks that expired in 2016 were brought back to life earlier this month. The socalled tax extenders were part of the stopgap budget agreement that Congress and President Donald Trump reached a few weeks ago to temporarily reopen the federal government after a brief shutdown. Two of those extensions affect millions of homeowners who are completing their 2017 tax returns now. The first involves private mortgage
and it cannot be claimed at all if you made $150,000 or more. The second real estate-related extender involves short sales and foreclosures. Generally, when a lender agrees to reduce a seller’s debt, insurance, commonly homeowners to the amount that’s called “PMI.” It’s a deduct their PMI forgiven is considspecial type of insur- payments on their ered “income” by the ance that borrowers federal tax-returns. homeowner who bortypically must buy Though the write-off rowed the money, so if they make a down expired at the end of it is taxable. payment that’s less 2016, the extender Congress amendthan 20 percent of approved by Presied that rule several the home’s purchase dent Trump in early years ago, allowing price. Should they de- February will allow owners to keep up to fault on the loan and owners to claim it one $2 million of forgiven the property be sold last time when they debt on a principal at a loss, the PMI in- fill out their 2017 fed- residence away from surer will reimburse eral returns this year. the clutches of the the lender for some or The PMI deducIRS. That exemption all of its losses. tion begins phasing expired at the end of For years, the out if your adjusted Internal Revenue gross income topped Service allowed $100,000 last year,
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2016, but was resurrected by the budget deal earlier this month. Unfortunately, you won’t find the directions to claim either of these breaks in the printed tax publications, because the IRS went to press before the extenders were approved. The government hasn’t updated its irs.gov website, either. Both the IRS and tax-software companies are scrambling to update their forms and directions. If you qualify for either of the breaks, you’ll have to delay filing your return until the new documents are officially revised.
If you have already filed but now qualify for one of the reborn tax breaks, you’ll need to file an amended return in order to claim it. *** DEAR MR. MYERS: Is a testamentary trust the same thing as the living trusts that you sometimes write about? ANSWER: No. Unlike a basic living trust, a testamentary trust is contained in the trustmaker’s last will and testament. It’s sometimes used by people who have young children or disabled relatives who would have problems managing proceeds
from the estate by themselves. You also can choose an expiration date for a testamentary trust. Typical expiration dates include the day that a beneficiary turns 21 or 25 years old, graduates from college or gets married. Testamentary trusts have their share of drawbacks. Perhaps the biggest is that, while a properly formed living trust can avoid the probate process completely, a testamentary trust doesn’t take effect until the will is officially vetted by a probate judge. That’s a potentially long and costly proposition.
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near the ground. Plants we grow for the fruit such as tomatoes, watermelons and squash, are typical of what we find in warm season plants.
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One of the most important dates for Oklahoma gardeners is our last freeze of the spring season. Garden discussions would be much simpler if we lived in a climate where we could consistently guess what this date might be. Unfortunately, that is not the case with our last freeze coming anywhere between mid-March and early May. The best we can do is go with our long term average, which falls somewhere between April 10-15th for Payne County. Given this information, now is a good time to plant many cool season crops. Cool season crops are those that prefer the cooler temperatures of spring and fall. An important part of this is their ability to withstand frosts or temperatures just below freezing without suffering damage. Warm season crops on the other hand, will usually die at even the first hint of a frost and most are the happy when the weather is summertime warm.
Stillwater NewsPress • Friday, March 9, 2018
Taxpayers get good news on HELOCS WASHINGTON – It’s official: Despite widespread fears to the contrary, the IRS has clarified that last year’s big tax bill did not kill all interest deductions on home equity lines of credit (HELOCs) and equity loans. In a policy statement, the IRS said that it has received “many questions received from taxpayers and tax professionals” about HELOCs and equity loans in the wake of the Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017, which passed in December. That legislation eliminated a section of the federal tax code authorizing interest write-offs on “home equity indebtedness” from 2018 through 2025. But as noted in this column in January, the law did not curtail deductions on all HELOC and equity loan interest payments. It depends on how you use the money you borrow. Taxpayers can “often still deduct interest on a home equity loan, home equity line of credit or second mortgage, regardless of how the loan is labeled,” said the IRS, provided the borrowed funds are used to “buy, build or substantially improve the taxpayer’s home that secures the loan” and the total debt on the house does
home – you should be able to write off all the interest on your HELOC. In its policy statement, the IRS offered examples of what you cannot do R. HARNEY with your HELOC or home equity loan bathroom upgrades cash if you want to write off the inestimated to run terest. At the top: another $50,000. paying off credit However, you’d card bills and other prefer not to give personal debts. This up your super low is potentially a big interest rate by deal for some ownrefinancing into a ers because, in past new, larger first years, debt consolmortgage. Another idation – rolling option, now fully credit card balances sanctioned by the and other high inIRS: Take out a terest rate personal $150,000 HELOC that will permit you expenses together into a single, lowto draw down periodic amounts to pay er-cost loan – was contractors as they an important ficomplete scheduled nancial strategy for construction bench- many families. You can still do debt marks, leaving your first mortgage consolidations with equity loans – you intact. Since 100 percent just can’t write off of your HELOC dol- the interest. Another major use that lars are to be used to substantially im- is now cut off from interest deductions prove your home – when using home and the combined equity dollars: debt load of $400,000 ($250,000 plus $150,000) is well below the statutory limit and doesn’t exceed the value of your
The Nation’s Housing Column KENNETH not exceed statutory limits. The amount of the first mortgage on the property, combined with the home equity or HELOC debt, cannot exceed $750,000, the newly revised limit for mortgage interest deductions by taxpayers filing joint returns; married owners filing separately have a new ceiling of $375,000. Previously, the limits were $1 million and $500,000. So what does all this mean in practical terms? Here’s a quick example. Say you and your spouse own a $500,000 house and have a $250,000 first mortgage with an interest rate in the mid-3-percent range. You want to put on a family room addition estimated to cost $100,000 and do
paying off student loans. Though the IRS didn’t specify them, other once-popular uses for equity cash that no longer will qualify for writeoffs are tuition payments for kids and grandkids, auto purchases, vacation travel expenses and buying home furnishings. All these were commonplace during the heyday home equity borrowing binge years of 2004-2006, just before the market came tumbling down. Some good news: You don’t have to spend 100 percent of your HELOC cash on home improvements, according to Greg A. Rosica, a tax partner with Ernst & Young, the national accounting firm. You can buy or do other things with the money – you just can’t deduct the interest you pay on them. Quick ex-
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By Ed Del Grande
Stillwater NewsPress • Friday, March 9, 2018
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