Investment Case Study

× Since mortgage regulations in Canada are based on expense to income ratios, it is often necessary to extend the amortization of existing mortgages, to lower the existing payments on existing mortgages. This allows real estate investors to qualify for larger...

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Deduct Mortgage Interest

× Find Out More Ways to Save Money on Taxes by clicking on Kevin Bell’s website: Kevinbell.ca × In order to deduct your mortgage interest from your taxes, you must satisfy two requirements: You must purchase an investment with the money that you borrow. This could be...