Freddie Mac Unreimbursed Expenses Home Loan Loophole


Today I am going to discuss the Freddie Mac Unreimbursed Expenses Loophole. If you are a commissioned employee, school teacher, or work for a Scrooge of a company, please pay attention.

First, Unreimbursed Expenses are work-related expenses that your employer will not reimburse you for. The IRS will let you deduct the expense, which will be on your schedule A – line item 21. The breakdown of the expenses will be on form 2106, where the bank will also let you add back a portion of your business miles.

Second, unreimbursed expenses will be subtracted from your total income. Most people go to their CPA and say get me the biggest rebate. Your CPA will oblige in the form of unreimbursed expenses, if you a wage earner.

Freddie Mac does not address unreimbursed expenses in the guidelines. Fannie Mae does. If you work with a Freddie Mac lender, the unreimbursed expenses will not be counted against you.

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Phil Ganz (117 Posts)

Philip D. Ganz is a Boston Mortgage Broker and Boston Home Loan specialist. For information, expertise, consulting, or advice about home loans, refinancing mortgages, or commercial property loans, contact Phil with no obligation: 617-529-9317


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