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Can your home lower your tax bill? Add to ...

Ottawa's tougher mortgage rules, higher expected interest rates and the introduction of harmonized sales taxes in Ontario and B.C. in July have pushed people into the housing market in droves.

While home ownership can seem like an endless money pit, it also comes with certain tax benefits. Do you have a question about how your home or rental property can lower your tax bill?

For all the tips, discussions and advice you'll need

On Monday April 26th at noon (ET), Real Estate Investment Network president Don Campbell joins us for a discussion of real estate and taxes. Submit your question in advance in the comment section below or join us Monday at noon by clicking on the Cover it Live box below.

Mr. Campbell made his first investment into residential real estate in B.C.'s Fraser Valley in 1985, has extensive holdings across the country and has learned a few things about real estate and taxation. He is the author of 81 Financial and Tax Tips for the Canadian Real Estate Investor, released in February. Don is also the author of the best-selling Canadian real estate book Real Estate Investing in Canada.

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