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Q: My son lives in and pays mortgage on a house that is in my name. Can I deduct the interest on my taxes? He does not.
Bruce Alexander Minnick
Bruce Alexander Minnick answered on May 28, 2019

The IRS does not allow any taxpayers to deduct interest paid on any mortgage that the taxpayer does not pay. Nor do most if not all states that have an income tax.

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Q: What kind of options might I have when my Employer is over paying me, but isn't fixing the issue causing it?

I keep getting over paid by my employer. Despite my best attempts at getting in contact with HR and payroll to get this issue resolved, nothing happens. I receive no call back or emails. I have been trying to work with them to give back the over payment amounts. I have been over paid by... Read more »

Susan Chana Lask
Susan Chana Lask answered on Apr 14, 2018

Since it's tax filing time this week, the first issue that hits me with your question is they will report the overpayments to the IRS, and it raises your tax liability.

You can write a check to the company for the overpayment amounts, but that will not resolve the fact that they are...
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