What You Need to Know Before Filing Your 2020 Taxes

Amber RandhawaHomeowner and Homebuyer Tips

It’s that time of year again! Tax filing season officially began on February 12th, and with no federal intervention for the tax deadline on the horizon, we have 2 months to get our financial affairs for 2020 in order. Tax season may look a little different for some of us this year, because no one could have predicted the changes …

Don’t Forget to File for Homestead Exemption!

Amber RandhawaHomeowner and Homebuyer Tips

Did you buy a new home in 2019? If so, don’t neglect to file your all-important Homestead Exemption Certificate with your local tax authority. First time Georgia homeowners, and even those who haven’t purchased a new home in several years may have forgotten about this all-important tactic to get a significant discount on their property taxes if the home is their …

Federal Tax Changes for your 2018 Returns

Amber RandhawaHomeowner and Homebuyer Tips

If you haven’t filed your 2018 taxes yet, April 1st means the deadline is fast approaching. If you’ve been doing your taxes yourself, you’ll need to be aware of some major changes affecting homeowners, and particularly those who have moved and/or made property purchases in the past year. Mortgage Interest Deduction The mortgage interest tax deduction is a tax break …

File That Homestead Exemption

Tiffany StaplesHomeowner and Homebuyer Tips

As the ¬†year begins to come to a close, you might begin to think about getting your ducks in a row for tax purposes. So, why are we talking about Homestead Exemptions? Flat out… they save you money! While you can’t file for an exemption for 2014, you can get a head start on 2015 tax season. And why not?!? …