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If I co-own my home with my fiance, should I put that I only pay for a portion of it?

If so, the portion amount for the interest and other fields, should I just split those in half?
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If I co-own my home with my fiance, should I put that I only pay for a portion of it?

You should enter the amount that you actually paid for real estate and mortgage interest for the year.  If you and your fiance split those costs, then enter half the total amount on your tax return.

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If I co-own my home with my fiance, should I put that I only pay for a portion of it?

You should enter the amount that you actually paid for real estate and mortgage interest for the year.  If you and your fiance split those costs, then enter half the total amount on your tax return.

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