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Hello all...I was just trying to determine how to approach this. My significant other (Not Married - yet) and I bought a home together last year - I sold mine and we bought - her first. Both names are on the loan, we split the mortgage 50/50. I have 2 children, divorced, we both make decent incomes - 60K+.

So what are our options for filing taxes and how to handle the interest deduction? In the past, I deducted because I was the homeowner, now that we are both, I'm trying to figure the best way to do it?


Don K
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