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If you paid any points, those can be amortized over the life of the new loan.

Any daily interest charges should be included in the 1098s you received from the old and new lenders. Be sure not to duplicate that.

And as Phil mentioned, sometime property tax payments are made through the refi process.

All of the other fees and costs you mentioned are not deductible for a refi of your home.

--Peter
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