In the early days of reverse mortgage lending, little attention was paid to the impact of tax deductions from accrued interest on the loan. In part, most borrowers had so little income that any deduction was meaningless. Two important changes in the reverse mortgage landscape, however, have generated a more strategic approach to the home asset.
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Topics: Reverse Mortgages
Shelley Giordano, author of "What’s the Deal with Reverse Mortgages”, now in it’s 2nd edition, discusses the “home” as an important asset, too often overlooked in terms of planning for Extended care needs, Long Term Care, and Retirement Planning.
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Shelley Giordano and Chris Bruser answer all your fears and misconceptions on how the modern reverse mortgage works.