3 Homeowner Tax Breaks That Ended in 2016—and May Not Come Back

Perhaps you didn’t realize it, but like the average house mouse, or your driver’s registration, many tax breaks have a life span of only one year. Technically, a lot of those tax credits and deductions expired on  Dec. 31, 2016—which means that if you’re a homeowner, you might want to lock in whatever home-related tax benefits you can when you file last year’s return.

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