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Cash out refinance

monicac
Level 3

A client has refinanced their home and the refi paid off credit cards and a personal loan, approximately $35,000. Is there a worksheet in ProSeries basic or somewhere else to figure out the interest that can not be written off?

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BobKamman
Level 13

An amortization program would be useless but the worksheet on Page 12 of IRS Pub 936 might help.  There are a lot of instructions that go with it.  

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dkh
Level 11

There isn't one within PS Professional so doubt Basic has anything.  You'll need to find an amortization program.      

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BobKamman
Level 13

An amortization program would be useless but the worksheet on Page 12 of IRS Pub 936 might help.  There are a lot of instructions that go with it.  

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monicac
Level 3

I had already looked at that an unfortunately it is only for loan limit. It does not say anything about if  part of the loan was used for personal  payments. But thanks anyway!

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BobKamman
Level 13

@monicac 

Look at it again.  When it says "Worksheet To Figure Your Qualified Loan Limit and Deductible Home Mortgage Interest For the Current Year" -- isn't that what you're trying to do, figure the deductible home mortgage interest?    Page 13 discusses "mixed use mortgage."  That's what you have.  

monicac
Level 3

Thanks!

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monicac
Level 3

I don't know how an amortization program would help me. Have you used one for this reason?

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