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tfowls
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Can I deduct insurance for my house if I don't have a mortgage?

 
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Lakeisha
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Can I deduct insurance for my house if I don't have a mortgage?

No, for a personal residence, not used as a rental or in a business, Homeowner's Insurance, fire and casualty is not deductible on a tax return.


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