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Deducting Mortgage Interest and Property Taxes as Joint Tenants

If my partner and I are unmarried and co-own a property as joint tenants, am I allowed to deduct 100% of the mortgage interest and property taxes on my tax return? This is assuming my partner will deduct 0% mortgage interest and property taxes on his tax return.

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Deducting Mortgage Interest and Property Taxes as Joint Tenants

Hello anishaaajain,

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Congratulations for owning your own home!

So here is an article about How do I deduct Mortgage Interest if I co-owned the home?

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