homeowners insurance mortgage interest photoThis is the first of three posts about the tax overhaul affecting our friends and customers in 2018. Our expertise is insurance, so we aren’t offering tax advice, but we are sharing information from highly regarded resources.

This first tax-related post compares the old rules and new rules for 10 of the deductions that concern most people. At the top of our homeowner’s list is, of course, their mortgage deduction.

Our chart is just a quick glimpse and a guide you can use to start a conversation with your accountant. (download a copy) Only your accountant can decipher the pages and pages of rule details. 2018 is not the year to wing it with DIY software or websites. If you don’t have a CPA, we recommend Ron Weinbaum who works with individuals and businesses of all sizes. We’ve known Ron for years, and our clients praise his guidance all the time. Send Ron an email or give him a call at 954-922-8866.

Check out the video if you’re interested in how the new tax code evolved from the original proposal. Realtors and investors take note, the video suggests how the 2018 tax code will impact the housing market.

Homeowners insurance can seem as daunting as tax codes. That’s why the experts at Brady Insurance Group are dedicated to educating our customers about different options, coverage, and cost. Because we can choose from over 50 A+ underwriters, we compare rates, so you don’t have to.

Our priority is to offer the best insurance solutions at the most reasonable prices. Let’s start that conversation today. Call us at 866.764.1944 for real quotes from real people.