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HW \Skip\ Weldon
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      01-02-2011, 07:12 PM
For the previous two years homeowners who claimed the standard
deduction were allowed a little sweetner for property taxes.

A cursory search couldn't answer my question so here it is:
Was that benefit still effective in 2010?

 
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      01-02-2011, 07:43 PM
On Jan 2, 12:12*pm, "HW \"Skip\" Weldon"
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> For the previous two years homeowners who claimed the standard
> deduction were allowed a little sweetner for property taxes.
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> A cursory search couldn't answer my question so here it is:
> Was that benefit still effective in 2010?



No. I checked on this the other day.

 
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