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Three Points on the Mortgage Interest Deduction

Among the key differences between the House and Senate versions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act are the changes to the mortgage interest deduction (MID). As the chambers work together to produce a conference report, capping the MID will be one of the big differences to work out. By way of background, under current […]
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