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Congress wants to eliminate property tax deductions. This could hurt the 75 million Americans who are are homeowners.
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Right now, there is a discussion going on in Congress that could have a huge impact on your home and your wallet.

Congress is considering making changes to the Mortgage Interest and Real Property Tax Deductions — which could harm American homeowners.

If you are or ever plan on being a homeowner, get informed and take action.

Congress knows that home ownership is crucial — not only for our economy but for the stability and wellbeing of American families. That’s why the federal government has been making it easier for families to buy homes for decades, making the interest they pay on expensive mortgages tax deductible.

These deductions can save families hundreds, even thousands of dollars each year. For some, that’s the difference between being able to afford a home or not. If Congress removes these deductions, the value of homes will decrease and home owners could be forced to pay taxes they can’t afford.

Tell Congress: keep home interest deductions intact.

Thanks for all you do,

Rosa K.
Care2 and ThePetitionSite Team

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