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Old 01-19-2018, 11:40 PM
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Unhappy Feds take my taxes because of my husbands student loans

Every year since my husband and I got married they government has taken our taxes because of my husbands student loans. Now i know that the amount i fet back would be less. But if we filed married filing seperately and I claim our kids would they still take my taxes or only his? Is it worth it for me to file seperately or should we just file jointly?

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