can you get taxes back on home mortgage interest if you are on disability?

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Answered: Disability Help

I got disability in florida first try if your not getting it you probably arent disabled

Answered: How to stop home tax at age 65?

You may be able to get a full or partial exemption on property taxes depending on where you live. The exemptions are usually income-based or based on military service. Call your town, village, or city assessor's office or clerk's office to find out what's available and how you apply for it.

Answered: Mortgage refinance

Mortgage refinancing help you to get the mortgage in lower interest rate and you can also lower your monthly payments and multiple debts. I think refinancing is a good move to take but before taking a decision always consult an mortgage adviser. He will help you to get the best refinancing solution ...

Answered: What is the best grant to get for disable home buyer?

There are many Grants the government is giving - it's free money. The down side is that the right papers and documentation need to be filled. Some of the money comes from the privet sector. There are paid plans (small fee) that help people get education on how to get those Grants. See Here .

Answered: Do veterans living on Social Security and a small annuity and under VA

It depends on your total income. I live on SS but I have very little income otherwise. A few hundred a year. So I pay no taxes. But with an annuity, if your income is above a certain level, you will have taxes. You need to check with your social security office to get the details.

Answered: Can I deduct real estate taxes on a second home on my federal taxes?

If your good looking enough these days you can deduct anyone you want!
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On disability, but pay a mortgage and property taxes

Since you have a mortgage and property taxes and your only income is Disability that is just like only getting Social Security checks. You still need to file income tax and it is possible that you could get money back but if you don't file you want ever know. You can go to your local Social Security ...

60years of age and disabled w/no benefits. can i get medicare

Talk to SSA, ask abt SSI, VA, DSHS, etc. SSA lawyers take a third of what U R due on contingency. Might B the best way 2 get going. Obama ruined America but keep hope anyway.

I receive benefits from SS disability, such as free medicare A,B,D does a

Only if the amount of the withdrawal is more than the SSDI limits. You'll have to check with Social Security to find the limits. It would be far better, anyway, to check your plans with them to find out what you can and cannot do. They're pretty fair, I wouldn't fret too much about it. Just make ...

If i live and work from home in NH but my company is based in rhode

According to RI, your income would be considered to be from a RI source, so you would have to file a RI non-resident return. Do you occasionally visit the RI office? If you never go to the office and perform no services for customers/clients in RI it might be worth a try to get a determination ...