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maglib
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Can I claim the mortgage interest on my home I am no longer living in? I am recently married and filing separately.

Mortgage interest. If you use the place as a second home—rather than renting it out—interest on the mortgage is deductible within the same limits as the interest on the mortgage on your first home. ... (That's a total of $1.1 million of debt, not $1.1 million on each home.)

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maglib
Level 11

Can I claim the mortgage interest on my home I am no longer living in? I am recently married and filing separately.

Mortgage interest. If you use the place as a second home—rather than renting it out—interest on the mortgage is deductible within the same limits as the interest on the mortgage on your first home. ... (That's a total of $1.1 million of debt, not $1.1 million on each home.)

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