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I don't know if I am on the right board, but does anyone know if two single people own a house, can each person divide the deductions and each file their own tax. I'll try to make this a little clearer, by saying that I usually file taxes and claim the house, then I give the other person half of what I get back. He files the ez form and gets to keep what he gets back, but now he wants to file and have each of us claim half of the deductions. I am afraid that I will end up paying if this is even possible. I make a little over $42,000. and he makes almost $29,000. Is there any help out there for me?
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