Date: 10/05/2014 Time: 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM  
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Looking for a lifestyle upgrade? You will be so impressed by the functional, open floor plan, attention to detail & exceptional privacy of this spectacular home! There are 4 well-appointed floors, w/guest suites on both the 3rd & lower level if you have a big family or love to entertain…but the heart of the home is its expansive kitchen, open to a stunning family room & sunroom framed by 7 sets of French doors, an expansive mahogany deck & sprawling lawns. The formal rooms & private study complete this level along w/a mudroom & front porch. Front &back staircases lead to a gallery & 5+ large bedrooms incl a hotel style master w/fireplace. The LL (w/separate entry) offers another suite w/full bath & 2nd laundry, living area & game rm or gym. Enjoy the privacy of a 3 acre cul-de-sac lot, w/the benefits of a great neighborhd adjacent to the school playground, soccer fields & miles of trails for recreation. Near the train & charming downtown Medfield, known for its award-winning schools!

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Have you always dreamed of owning a second home? While owning a vacation home may see like a huge expense, it can also provide some savings. There are special tax rules and regulations that apply to second properties that could have you vacationing on the cheap.

Before you buy a second home you should consider how you will use it. The Internal Revenue Service will categorize the home for tax purposes on how it is used.

Here are the ways it can be categorized:

Residence: It will be considered a residence if you use it for personal housing at least part of the year. If your home is a residence you can deduct the mortgage interest under your vacation on line 10 of Schedule A.

Investment: If the property is rented most of the year, it’s considered a rental or investment property. In order to have a deduction on an investment property your rental deductions can’t exceed gross rental income, less interest, taxes, and costs to advertise the property. If your income totals more than the rental income received you won’t be able to list the loss (the excess expenses) on your income tax return.

Another benefit of a rental property is that you may be able to deduct the value of your rental property over time. This is called depreciation. Depreciation is the wear and tear on a property over time.

This can all be confusing so it is best to contact a tax advisor before purchasing a second home. There are some other key points to keep in mind:

If the property is purely an investment, all the expenses are deductible against the rent.

You don’t have to claim income if you rent the property for less than 14 days a year.

There are lots of other rules about timing and claiming a property as a residence or an investment. Always make sure to consult with your tax advisor.

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