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New homeowner tax book explains income tax benefits

Just in time for 2006 tax season

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"J.K. Lasser's Homeowner's Tax Breaks 2006," by Gerald J. Robinson, Esq. (John Wiley and Sons, Hoboken, N.J.), 2006, $16.95, 217 pages; Available in stock or by special order at local bookstores, public libraries, and www.amazon.com. Just in time for the 2006 income tax season, the annual edition of "J.K. Lasser's Homeowner's Tax Breaks 2006" by Gerald J. Robinson, Esq. hit the bookstores. This annual summary of key tax benefits for homeowners and home sellers provides an excellent reminder of all the tax reasons for owning a house, condominium, or cooperative apartment. Purchase Bob Bruss reports online. Author Gerald J. Robinson, a tax attorney, does his best to add a bit of humor to a dull subject. Of course, when saving tax dollars are involved, that can get downright exciting. "Next to being shot at and missed, nothing is so satisfying as avoiding a tax" is one of the quotes from the book. Rather than being an authoritative tax guide, this book is written for ordinary people inst...