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I have a Joint Trust(TTEE) with my wife.

I have no idea what the abbreviation stands for, but I imagine this is some sort of revocable grantor trust into which you and your wife put certain assets and over which you and your wife exercise control. If so, the income is reported on your 1040 just like any other income. (You should have received 1099's in the SSN of one of you.)

If it's something else, please explain.

Phil Marti
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