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I'm getting married next year. I know that our taxes will change as a result of getting married.

I already own a house, and he will be moving here, and it will be our house.

Someone on another board mentioned putting their fiance on the mortgage and others brought up tax implications of doing that before being married.

I'm just kind of curious what the tax implication are so I can make sure I do the best thing for us.

Any tax tips/advice for others who have gotten married? Anything I might not be thinking of or snafus others have already stumbled through?

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