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When i add my real estate taxes do i add it to all the loan lines or just once?

 
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PaulaM
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When i add my real estate taxes do i add it to all the loan lines or just once?

Enter the total real estate taxes in the section for a schedule A deduction.

  • In your open return, select My Account
  • Tools
  • Topic Search
  • Type 'property tax' in the box, then select GO

Note: Some lenders report property taxes paid on the Form 1098 along with the interest. If you enter the taxes with the 1098 interest, then do not enter in the property tax section again.

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PaulaM
Employee Tax Expert

When i add my real estate taxes do i add it to all the loan lines or just once?

Enter the total real estate taxes in the section for a schedule A deduction.

  • In your open return, select My Account
  • Tools
  • Topic Search
  • Type 'property tax' in the box, then select GO

Note: Some lenders report property taxes paid on the Form 1098 along with the interest. If you enter the taxes with the 1098 interest, then do not enter in the property tax section again.

**Say "Thanks" by clicking the thumb icon in a post
**Mark the post that answers your question by clicking on "Mark as Best Answer"
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