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moe152
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Last year I filed jointly with my spouse but we are separated and filing separately this year. I need only my AGI from last year for a state tax break. How do I find it?

We get a "kicker" from the state this year based on how much our AGI was the previous year. I filed with TTax and my return only shows me the aggregated AGI. I'm supposed to say how much of the prior year only belongs to me. I don't know how to find that given that we shared deductions on our house and such. Help!
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Last year I filed jointly with my spouse but we are separated and filing separately this year. I need only my AGI from last year for a state tax break. How do I find it?

If you filed a joint return the AGI on line 11 of your 2022 Form 1040 is the same for each of you.  The fact that you are separated now does not change that.  When you file a joint return the income is not broken down "per spouse"----it is all combined--which is the whole point of a joint return.

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