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^':'vA."A-'.»a..'..'· -.. _''. . : ..'';' : Tn YOUR MONEY'S WORTH Home Mortgage 'Points' Mean More Cost to You STOCK MARKET POSTS GAIN FIRST TIME IN OVER WEEK Low (MCro C.I,I., TMirl., By SYLVIA PORTER (lit collaboration with the Research Institute of America) The renewed upsurge in interest rates has again made the use of so-called "points" common in home mortgages. To explain: If you needed a $15,00(J mortgage to finance the purchase of a house, you might get a $15,000 mortgage at 7 per cent but the lender would actually advance you only 514,250 in cash. The other $750 would be for points l;ept by the bank or other lender which would amount to additional costs to you. The Treasury has shilly-shallied on just how these points are treated for tax purposes. It has said that points on VA loans paid in lieu of sen-ice charges are not deductible as interest, that they don't add to the cost of the p r o p e r t y and that they aren't taken into consideration in determining gain or loss on the subsequent sale of property. * * * THIS HAS LEFT in utter confusion how to treat the "points" that are not paid instead of service charges -- but that are used to give the lender a bigger return on his loan. Ninth in a Series Last year, a local Treasury office offered an answer. It said that if you are a buyer, you can deduct such points paid as interest. But it didn't say when to deduct them. If you pay such points in cash out of another bank account, this should be deductible in the year you pay. But if the points are merely added tu your mortgage, your interest deduction for the points would have to be spread over the period that you pay i he loan. If you are the seller of -the property and have to pay the points, you simply reduce your selling price by the points. You don't get an interest deduction. Fees paid to retirement and nursing homes continue to pose a ticklish-tax problem. What portion of these payments, if any, is deductible as a medical expense? Previously, the Treasury had ruled that if a retired couple pays a monthly life-care fee to a retirement home and a specific portion of the fee covers medical care, that portion is deductible as a medical expense. In a new situation last year, a retirement home was constructing apartment facilities and an associated infirmary. A couple made a lump-sum payment to the home for the right to live in one of the apartments. The Treasury barred a deduction for any portion of the lump-sum payment because no allocation was made fur medical care. * * * WERE YOU AMONG the lucky taxpayers who last year found that you had silver certificates -- in denominations from $1 up -- that you could sell for more than their face value? If so, it's likely that you didn't actually bother to go to a Treasury assay office, get silver bullion and sell it to a precious metal dealer. Instead, you probably sold your silver certificates to coin dealers who paid you more than their face value. Regardless of what you did, however, in 1968, the Treasury decided that you have to report your profit as capital gain -- just as though you had sold slock at a profit. You treat this gain as long-term gain if you held the silver certificate for more than six months, or short- term gain if you held it for six months or, less. Your tax will be reduced if your records are good enough to prove you held the certificate for more than six months. If you served as a juror in 'US. you must pay taxes on your juror's fees. But what if you were paid an extra amount to cover your c o m m u t i n g expenses to and from the court? Arc these payments also taxed as income to you? No. said the Tax Court last year; these reimbursements to a juror arc expenses to facilitate the proper functioning of the judiciary. Tomorrow: Income Averaging. NEW YORK (UP1) -- Slocks Wednesday turned in their most impressive performance ::: more than a week, closing mixed in moderate trading. After the sharp skid covering the past six ses- s-ions, traders found some comfort from Henry Cabot Lodge's expression of confidence the Vietnam peace talks would produce results despite the latest enemy attacks on South Vietnam's major cities. S O M E ADDITIONAL constructive items included rising prices on hot rolled strip steel, spreading price hikes on gasoline and the Labor Department's report of record consumer prices last month. Still indications that the nation's banks again may hike their prime interest rate were an unsettling in- fluence, federal Reserve Hoard Chairman William McChesney Martin, in a statement before the Joint Economic Committee, predicted a gradual easing of inflation, but he warned ih.it tight money and high interest rates will contiue at least for the balance of the year. Electronics were among the strongest issues, with many in the group adding 2 or betier. Oiis responded favorably to the gasoline price hike, while airlines also worked higher. TliD New York Stock Exchange Index mirrored a rise of 'I'l cents in the average common slure price. Dow Juiii-s average of oO blue chip industrials gained 5.97 to 905.77. DJ rails and utilities, however, continued in retreat. VOLUME DROPPED tu 9.040.01*0 shares from the 12.320.000 shares which i changed hands Tuesday. Turnover was the smallest since the S.G20.000 shares traded last Sept. 3. 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TOTAL ......... - . . $150,361,185 UABIilTIES AND CAPITAL Savings Accounts ...... . . $125,229,768 Loans in Process ........ 4,322,655 Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank 5.550,000 Taxes Payable ......... 529,921 Other Liabilities ......... 1,532,629 Deferred Income . ....... 693,438 Capital, Reserves and Surplus '10,495,S35 Specific Loss Reserve . . . 1 ,047.856 Reserve for Unaulhori/ctl Investments ...... 95*i.08h 12.502.777 TOTAL ........... $150,361,188 19 \r~ i Higbic 40 '' ^(:.*-- ,' HiltonHot \vt 5 » 4 :e ~ .-^ HoemerV/ ^ 19 --7 - -*.Hrill!nor 3 uu -. 25 27 - i? ,'!-?" ]': Holiv Corn 112 i !^I:;-HolOph. ...2 56V:-- 3 4 56 Aulo B'do Aulo L'ata P Aulsnid! Ra Auto! IIP AVC Corp Avien Inc Avis Inc Avoncil 1 Ayr-,h Coll 2 8 ACM Indus 10 RACM tnd f 1 Raker Ind 29 BaldDH 11 Bald Sfc * 8 ( ill Co 1 Banff Oil 99 Banner indu SO RarbLynn 11 _. 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