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I will be refinancing my mortgage later this month and I am wondering how it will show up for next year.
I am currently spreading my points deduction out over the life of the loan. According to Pub 936 I can deduct any remaining balance in the year the mortgage ends.
Do I do this just by looking back at my taxes and figure out how much is left?
Or will the 1098 statement I get for 2007 from the old mortgage company (for January interest) also show a remaining points balance?

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