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Do the families have to pay for the house on Extreme Home Makeover?
In some cases, our partners provide financial assistance to help the family with costs of homeownership or assist with another major financial need in their lives. This, in turn, frees up funds for the family to maintain the new or renovated home.”
Who pays the taxes on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition?
Generally, if you win money or prizes on a game show, the money or the cash value of the prize is taxable to you on your personal income tax return. That's why if you're ever on a game show and your choice is the prize or the cash, my advice is to take the cash so that you can pay the tax.
Who pays for everything on Extreme Makeover?
A ABC Senior Producer Diane Korman said 95 percent to 100 percent of the cost of the build is provided by the local community. No charitable organizations are receiving the donations.
Why was Extreme Makeover cancelled?
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the decision to cancel the series in 2012 was due to low ratings. The series struggled to keep viewers after a switch from Sunday night to Friday night on ABC. The show also ended up having a lot of competition with other networks and series.
Which family scammed Extreme Makeover: Home Edition?
Is this another Balloon Boy-type hoax ? Here's the deal. Chuck and Terri Cerda appeared in a March 2009 episode of Extreme Makeover claiming that Terri and their two children, now 10-year-old Molly and 8-year-old Maggie, suffered from combined immunodeficiency disease.