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Answered: January 5, 2020 10:09 pm

Do major improvements to my home qualify for a tax deduction?

Capital improvements made to a principal residence are not tax deductible. Instead, they are added to the basis of the home (usually what you paid for it). This increased basis serves to reduce the amount of gain that results when the home is sold. However, certain energy-related improvement may entitle you to a tax credit now.

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Required Minimum Distributions (RMDs)

Distributions that must be taken annually to avoid a 50% IRS penalty by a traditional IRA account holder starting with the year age 70?

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