Once you hit that income level, you can't take as much of a write-off on your mortgage interest, your taxes or your charitable contributions. It used to be that if your adjusted gross income was more than $126,000, we'd tell you to buy a bigger house for the write-off, but not anymore.
- Beanna Whitlock
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