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xpost - first time homeowner tax credit (from earlier this year)??
little j Posted: Sep 29, 2010 09:20 AM+
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xpost - first time homeowner tax credit (from earlier this year)??

how do you apply for it? can i do it now? or do we need to wait to file taxes?

little j is going brokeeeeeee....lol
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Amberrenee6705 Posted: Sep 30, 2010 01:56 PM+
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Re: xpost - first time homeowner tax credit (from earlier this year)??

When did you buy your house?
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little j Posted: Sep 30, 2010 02:00 PM+
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Re: xpost - first time homeowner tax credit (from earlier this year)??

signed contract in march. closed in july
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Amberrenee6705 Posted: Sep 30, 2010 05:18 PM+
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Re: xpost - first time homeowner tax credit (from earlier this year)??

You just ask the company you closed with...they should have told you about it at your contract signing. I would call the mortgage company or bank and they can help you
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justustwo48 Posted: Sep 30, 2010 06:33 PM+
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Re: xpost - first time homeowner tax credit (from earlier this year)??

I think you can just amend your 2009 tax return and you're good to go. They will need to see a copy of the HUD-1 with all signatures.
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GBlaire Posted: Feb 06, 2013 12:27 AM+
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Re: xpost - first time homeowner tax credit (from earlier this year)??

For homeowners who are preparing to sit down and do taxes - or hand them off to a tax preparer - make sure that you're taking advantage of all the homeowner tax credits to which you are entitled. Based on your region, income and the state of your house, there are three big money-saving tax credits many people can pursue: the Energy Property Tax Credit, Mortgage Insurance Deduction and New Homeowner Credit. These are the basics; for additional information on each tax credit, consult with the Internal Revenue Service or read more here. ;)
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