You could look at deposits to the joint account and divide the expenses based on the ratio of deposits. You don't mention what other expenses are paid from the joint account. I THINK you could make a case that nondeductible expenses were made from your contributions and deductible from hers.I'd agree with Phil. Either do it by percentage of net income (hers divided by total of ours or his divided by total of ours) or give the deductions to one claiming the other paid the nondeductible items.
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