i need my 1098 morgage interest statement for my taxes 2012.

i need my 1098 morgage interest statement for my taxes 2012.
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    Year-end interest-paid statements (IRS Form 1098) are mailed out by the end of January. Contact at 1.800.763.1255 if you do not receive it by February 15. You may also be able to access a copy of your IRS Form 1098 by going to the Account Details tab for your mortgage account in Online Banking.

    You can view and print your 1098 tax documents for your Mortgage online. Select Account Details, the Statements tab, and look for the Year End statements section. Select the form link to the statement you want to view. To print these documents, select the Print this page link on the Year End Statement page. You may also access up to two years of Year End Statement information.

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  • 1706 answers • 88% helpful

    This expert is helping you out because there weren't many active Bank of America experts.

    Year-end interest-paid statements (IRS Form 1098) are mailed out by the end of January. Contact at 1.800.763.1255 if you do not receive it by February 15. You may also be able to access a copy of your IRS Form 1098 by going to the Account Details tab for your mortgage account in Online Banking.

    You can view and print your 1098 tax documents for your Mortgage online. Select Account Details, the Statements tab, and look for the Year End statements section. Select the form link to the statement you want to view. To print these documents, select the Print this page link on the Year End Statement page. You may also access up to two years of Year End Statement information.

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    If you paid more than $600 in mortgage interest during the year, the holder of your loan should send you a Form 1098, and it should arrive on or before Jan. 31 of the following year. Your mortgage holder is also required to send a copy of this form to the IRS. The form lists how much interest you paid during the year, and if you paid mortgage insurance. According to the IRS, mortgage insurance is deductible if it is taken out in connection with home acquisition debt and the insurance contract was issued after 2006. You also must have adjusted gross income of less than $100,000 ($50,000 if your filing status is married filing separately), or the amount of your mortgage insurance premiums that you can deduct can be reduced or eliminated.

    If Jan. 31 passes, and you haven't received your Form 1098 from your lender, call the company and request the form. If you don't claim this interest with the IRS, you'll be missing out on one of the primary financial advantages of owning a home.

    If you need more information on Form 1098, visit the IRS website, or call the IRS at (800) 829-1040. You also can contact your mortgage lender or your tax preparer.

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