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How to file with spouse with no income.

I have not worked or earned income this year, i have been at home with the kids, for the first time ever. Previously i have worked part time and filed jointly with my husband. How should I file taxes this year with this change? am i listed as a dependent under him?
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How to file with spouse with no income.

 By filing as “Married Filing Jointly” you will each get the $4050 personal exemptions and the standard deduction of $12,600 for a married couple.

You can file a joint return even if one of the spouses had little or no income.

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