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MarilynG1
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I’m filing separate from my spouse, but it’s asking for his information how can I fix that?

If you are Married Filing Separately, you will still have to give your Spouse's Name and Social Security Number on your return.  That's per IRS Regulations. 

 

When you file separately, your tax rate is higher and you won't be able to claim:

If you file separately and live in Arizona, California, Idaho, Louisiana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Washington, or Wisconsin, you have to deal with community property allocations and adjustments, which adds extra work and complexity to your taxes.

 

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