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Homeowners insurance is not a tax deduction without a business use of your home, such as renting it or having a home office.
If you have rented your home (or a portion of it), then the homeowners insurance is entered as part of Schedule E rental income and expenses.
If you have an office in your home, then the homeowners insurance is entered as part of Schedule C or Form 2106, depending on whether you are claiming the home office as a sole proprietor or an employee.
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