Question

I have a question about escrow account taxes. Can I deduct property tax that was paid from an escrow account?

Answer

A escrow account is used in real estate to pay property taxes and insurance. Escrow accounts are set up by your mortgage lender. You can deduct your escrow account taxes but only the amount of taxes you in that given tax year.

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