Claiming your Home Buyer Tax Credit - Video

Here's how you can claim your $8000 First Time Home Buyer Credit. The video that I created also talks about how a repeat buyer can claim the $6500 Home Buyer Credit.

If you have any questions about Home Buyer Tax Credit watch this Video blog.

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Comment balloon 2 commentsShashank Shekhar • March 21 2010 11:43PM
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