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I just received a check for the amoun of $42,000 for home improvement

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I just received a check for the amoun of $42,000 for home improvement loan
I like to know how much taxes on that amount.

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A loan for any purpose is money you have to pay back, almost always with interest. As such it is not income and there are no taxes on the proceeds you received. The interest may be deductible on your tax return if the loan is secured by your home or a rental property and appropriate conditions (as defined by law) are met. IRS Publication 936 addresses that deduction matter and can be accessed at the following link:,,id=242605,00.html

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