The IRS is warning taxpayers in new guidance issued Wednesday that they might not be able to prepay their property taxes on their returns..In an advisory notice posted to its website on Wednesday, the I.R.S. said that maneuver could work, but only under limited circumstances. To qualify for the deduction, property taxes not only need to be paid in , they must also be assessed in meaning that homeowners who prepaid their taxes .Homeowners in high tax areas have been racing to prepay their property taxes in an effort to beat the new deduction limits that take effect next year. But the IRS warns in many cases that strategy may not be allowed. Well, now the IRS is telling taxpayers trying to beat the deadline, not so fast.., The Internal Revenue Service advised tax professionals and taxpayers today that pre paying state and local real property taxes in may be tax deductible under A prepayment of anticipated real property taxes that have not been assessed prior to are not deductible in ..
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The IRS is warning taxpayers in new guidance issued Wednesday that they might not be able to prepay their property taxes on their returns..
The IRS issued an advisory notice on Wednesday, warning taxpayers that attempting to prepay property taxes before the end of the year will only work "under certain .
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And, what now happens with tax filers that have now already pre paid $millions in property taxes in estimated to be due in to avoid the new cap, yet there .