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Elections 2017: The Mortgage Interest Deduction

March 8, 2017

Elections are coming. All parties are campaigning fully. A recurring topic in the party program is mortgage interest relief. Each party takes a different position when it comes to the interpretation and amount of the deduction.

The deduction of mortgage interest, the tax break for homeowners, has been a frequent topic of discussion since 2013. Restrictions around the deduction were the result. This trend will be continued in 2017. Tax benefits for starters in the housing market will be increasingly phased out.

What do the parties think about mortgage interest relief? If mortgage interest relief is an important point for you, which party do you vote for? has made an overview . They have provided insight into all the positions of the parties.

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