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moonrabbitzmom
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Husband purchased car. I drive rideshare. Filing joint and small business. Most miles are from Lyft. I own this vehicle, or this vehicle isn't mine?

My income was used for the purchase; but I wasn't present for the sale. He rarely drives the car.
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PatriciaV
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Husband purchased car. I drive rideshare. Filing joint and small business. Most miles are from Lyft. I own this vehicle, or this vehicle isn't mine?

Yes, if you are filing jointly with your spouse, any use of the word "you" indicates both taxpayers (or either one). It doesn't matter who actually paid for the vehicle. You both own it now.

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PatriciaV
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Husband purchased car. I drive rideshare. Filing joint and small business. Most miles are from Lyft. I own this vehicle, or this vehicle isn't mine?

Yes, if you are filing jointly with your spouse, any use of the word "you" indicates both taxpayers (or either one). It doesn't matter who actually paid for the vehicle. You both own it now.

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