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First-time Home Buyer Savings Accounts MontGuide Revised December
Marsha A. Goetting Ph.D., CFP ®, CFCS Professor & Extension Family Economics Specialist Brian Olsen Income Tax Specialist Department of Revenue 2
First-time Home Buyers Savings Accounts (FTHB) Montana law Not federal 3
Who is eligible? Montana taxpayers who have not previously purchased a single family residence. 4
Single family residence Home Condo Townhouse Modular home Mobile home on a Permanent foundation 5
Prior ownership of mobile or modular home A mobile, manufactured, or modular home that was not on a permanent foundation is Not considered a previous home 6
Tax Impact Deposits to FTHB are not subject to Montana income taxation 7
Annual Contribution Amounts: Maximum $3,000 for each taxpayer $6,000 married couple 8
Deposits for 4 years $3,000 deposited each year Total $12,000 9
Home Purchase 2013 Buy home $12,000 withdrawal for down payment Not subject to Montana income tax 10
Madeline and Walt First year Deposited $6,000 in first-time homebuyer savings account 11
Tax Impact Madeline and Walt Gross Income $ 46,000 FTHB Deposit -$ 6,000 Adjusted Gross Income $ 40,000 12
Tax Impact Montana taxes saved depend on tax bracket 13
14 Tax Brackets & Rates Montana At LeastBut less ThanThen your tax is: $0$2,8001% $2,800$4,9002% $4,900$7,4003% $7,400$10,1004% $10, 100$13,0005% $13,000$16,7006% $16,700 or more 6.9%
Montana Tax Example 6.9% bracket (2013) Taxable income more than $16,700 $3,000 x.069 = $207 Tax savings 15
To keep Montana tax benefits Withdrawals must be used for eligible first-time home buyer expenses 16
Eligible Expenses Down payment Closing costs Realtor fees 17
Eligible Expenses Appraisal costs Credit history report Points 18
Eligible Expenses Pro-rated property taxes Loan origination fees 19
Where to establish? Bank Savings Bank Credit Union 20
Where to establish? Trust company Mutual fund company Brokerage firm 21
First-time home buyer account Must be separate from other accounts 22
Non-related individuals Unrelated individuals can use their separate home buyer savings accounts to purchase a home: First home for each purchaser 23
Minimum Time Period Must be established prior to purchase of qualifying home Open before closing on residence 24
Maximum Time Can leave money in account up to 10 years 25
After 10-year period Principal & interest remaining in account on Dec. 31 of the last year Taxed as ordinary income 26
Interest Rate Determined by Financial Institution Earnings are: Not subject to annual Montana income taxation Must be reported on federal return 27
Reporting Requirement File annual report with Montana Income Tax Return 28
Department of Revenue Looking for 2013 Tax Forms Individual Income Tax FTB, under Supplemental Forms & Instructions 29
Ineligible Withdrawals Subject to 10% penalty Counted as taxable income at state level 30
Ineligible Withdrawals Exception Rules 31
No 10% penalty 1.Non-eligible withdrawal made on last business weekday of December 32
No 10% Penalty 2.Withdrawal due to death of account holder 33
No 10% Penalty 3.Direct transfer to another first-time home buyer account with different financial institution 34
Penalties for False Claims Theft Felony 35
Death of Account Holder Passes to heirs: POD Beneficiary Written Will Intestacy Statutes 36
Incapacitation of Account Holder Power of attorney Conservatorship 37
MontGuide on the Web Search on First-time home buyer accounts 38
First-time Home Buyer Savings Accounts MontGuide Revised December
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