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mrs-roy1015
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My husband and I have been separated for 5 years now. We are still legally married, last year he did not file taxes when he should have because he wanted to avoid his refund being taken for back child

 
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GiseleD
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My husband and I have been separated for 5 years now. We are still legally married, last year he did not file taxes when he should have because he wanted to avoid his refund being taken for back child

What is your specific question? Please provide details so we can assist you. 

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mrs-roy1015
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My husband and I have been separated for 5 years now. We are still legally married, last year he did not file taxes when he should have because he wanted to avoid his refund being taken for back child

Apparently my question got cut off after posting . My question was to continue on from my messed up question above is, if he did not file taxes last year would he need my AGI from last years taxes when I filed to file for himself this year? I filed married filing separately last year and I needed his agi when I filed 

LeonardS
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My husband and I have been separated for 5 years now. We are still legally married, last year he did not file taxes when he should have because he wanted to avoid his refund being taken for back child

No, your husband does not need your AGI to file married filing separately.  However, he will need your social security number.

 

This link to the TurboTax help page Tax Tips for Separated Couples has information you may find useful.

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