Home Buyers Tax Credit Extended for Armed Service Members

tax credit extended for armed force

The expiration date of the $8,000 first-time home buyer may have already passed for most, but there are some potential homebuyers who can still take advantage of this great opportunity.

For those who are qualified service members, you have an extra year to cash in on the credit. Your new deadline is April 30, 2011. The government defines "qualified service member" as a member of the uniformed services of the U.S military, a member of the Foreign Service of the U.S., or an employee of the intelligence community."

The reasoning behind this extension is simple. National Association of Home Builders Chairman, Bob Jones, says, "Congress recognized that many service members may have missed out on the home buyer tax credit due to being posted overseas. It is only fitting that they be given another year to take advantage of this opportunity in appreciation of the sacrifices they have made serving our country."

There has been another modification to the credit for members of the armed service.
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Source: Carla L. Davis (RealtyTimes)


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