I had posted this message on the home buying section and it was suggested I post here.My boyfriend and I bought a home in 1999. We bought it as "Joint Tenants With Rights To Survivership" So if one of us dies the house would belong to the other. We can't sell just our portion. (I did read the previous discussion on the Joint Brokerage Account and don't feel like there is a problem for us)My question is for filing taxes. If we split the deductions there is little to zero tax benefit. I want to know if just one of us can claim the deductions and if the answer is yes, can the person change from year to year. We can easily have the person that is going to claim the deduction pay the expense.ThanksDawny
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