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In addition to the mortgage interest, you may have property tax to pay. That is deductable too (at least if you live in the house; I no longer remember the details because my mortgage has been paid of for a while now).

I also, unfortunately have PMI, which I've heard is deductible but have not verified yet.

To everyone else, I did think about splitting the tax out for each receipt in MoneyDance. I'll try it, but it requires me to be very proactive. :-)
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