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I only used that calculator once to compare against another....got a different answer. I much prefer the "mortgage calculator 1040". You can google it.
Gets the same answer as Taxcaster and HR Block tax calculator so pretty sure it is accurate. Also input is much easier......you don't have to do any calculations yourself.
note that the calculator is .com, not .gov, which suggests it is not from IRS.
I think this is the one kaneohe referenced above https://www.mortgagecalculator.org/c...calculator.php
I like it because you can slide each category up or down quickly to see what kind of income affects the bottom line more.
I don't like the kind of website that doesn't lie that they are the IRS but does not make that clear. Just a quibble.
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