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Old 04-17-2013, 10:24 PM
 
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Hi,
My spouse and I brought a coop apartment in 2012. When I received the 1098 mortgage interest statement for 2012 from the management company, I received 2 of them. One had my name listed as the payer/borrower and the other had my husbands name listed as the payer/borrower. Box 1 (mortgage Interest) are the same amounts. When filing taxes do I only report only one form or both forms. I am assuming that this was sent this way in case we file seperate returns and whichever one of us is claiming the credit can do so. Am I correct in assuming this or will I need to add both 1098 forms and claim?
Thank you in advance for your asisstance
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