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Options to Replace Mortgage Interest Deduction with Non-Refundable Personal Tax Credit

Revenue and distribution effects from options to replace the current mortgage interest deduction with a non-refundable credit

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-  T13-0100 - Options to Replace Mortgage Interest Deduction (MID) with Non-Refundable Personal Tax Credit; Baseline: Current Law; Impact on Tax Revenue (billions of current dollars), 2014-2023 (March 7, 2013)
Impact on individual income tax revenue from replacing mortgage interest deduction with tax credit, 2014-2023.

-  T13-0101 - Replace the Mortgage Interest Deduction with a 15 Percent Non-Refundable Credit on the First $500,000 of Debt; Distribution of Federal Tax Change by Cash Income Level, 2015 (March 7, 2013)
Distribution of the federal tax change from replacing the deduction for mortgage interest with a 15 percent non-refundable credit on the first $500,000 of debt, against current law by cash income level in 2015.

-  T13-0102 - Replace the Mortgage Interest Deduction with a 20 Percent Non-Refundable Credit on the First $500,000 of Debt; Distribution of Federal Tax Change by Cash Income Level, 2015 (March 7, 2013)
Distribution of the federal tax change from replacing the deduction for mortgage interest with a 20 percent non-refundable credit on the first $500,000 of debt, against current law by cash income level in 2015.

-  T13-0103 - Benefits from Mortgage Interest Deduction, 15 Percent Non-Refundable Credit, and 20 Percent Non-Refundable Credit on the First $500,000 of Debt, 2015 (March 7, 2013)
Distribution of the tax benefits of the deduction for home mortgage interest, a 15 percent non-refundable credit, and a 20 percent non-refundable credit on the first $500,000 of debt by cash income level in 2015.

-  T13-0152 - Replace the Mortgage Interest Deduction with a 15 Percent Non-Refundable Credit on the First $250,000 of Debt; Distribution of Federal Tax Change by Cash Income Level, 2015 (May 9, 2013)
Distribution of the federal tax change from replacing the deduction for mortgage interest with a 15 percent non-refundable credit on the first $250,000 of debt, against current law by cash income level in 2015.

-  T13-0153 - Replace the Mortgage Interest Deduction with a 15 Percent Non-Refundable Credit on the First $750,000 of Debt; Distribution of Federal Tax Change by Cash Income Level, 2015 (May 9, 2013)
Distribution of the federal tax change from replacing the deduction for mortgage interest with a 15 percent non-refundable credit on the first $750,000 of debt, against current law by cash income level in 2015.

-  T13-0154 - Replace the Mortgage Interest Deduction with a 20 Percent Non-Refundable Credit on the First $250,000 of Debt; Distribution of Federal Tax Change by Cash Income Level, 2015 (May 9, 2013)
Distribution of the federal tax change from replacing the deduction for mortgage interest with a 20 percent non-refundable credit on the first $250,000 of debt, against current law by cash income level in 2015.

-  T13-0155 - Replace the Mortgage Interest Deduction with a 20 Percent Non-Refundable Credit on the First $750,000 of Debt; Distribution of Federal Tax Change by Cash Income Level, 2015 (May 9, 2013)
Distribution of the federal tax change from replacing the deduction for mortgage interest with a 20 percent non-refundable credit on the first $750,000 of debt, against current law by cash income level in 2015.

-  T13-0156 - Benefits from Mortgage Interest Deduction, 15 Percent Non-Refundable Credit, and 20 Percent Non-Refundable Credit on the First $250,000 of Debt, 2015 (May 9, 2013)
Distribution of the tax benefits of the deduction for home mortgage interest, a 15 percent non-refundable credit, and a 20 percent non-refundable credit on the first $250,000 of debt by cash income level in 2015.

-  T13-0157 - Benefits from Mortgage Interest Deduction, 15 Percent Non-Refundable Credit, and 20 Percent Non-Refundable Credit on the First $750,000 of Debt, 2015 (May 9, 2013)
Distribution of the tax benefits of the deduction for home mortgage interest, a 15 percent non-refundable credit, and a 20 percent non-refundable credit on the first $750,000 of debt by cash income level in 2015.