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jroesler87
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Property tax when married and filing seperately

If I am married, but filing separately from my wife. We would not both claim the property tax and mortgage interest on both returns correct? I am thinking only one can claim.
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PaulaM
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Property tax when married and filing seperately

One person can take the total amounts as a deduction, or you could split the amounts equally between the two of you.

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PaulaM
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Property tax when married and filing seperately

One person can take the total amounts as a deduction, or you could split the amounts equally between the two of you.

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