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FAQ: A taxpayer and his or her spouse both require only a laptop to conduct their trade of employment. They share an office at home. The room is 100% an office and is used for nothing else. Does this fail the requirement of exclusive use? Should the house have two separate rooms that are used separately by each spouse for their work?

If the home office is clearly divided between the two spouses’ respective spaces, and each space meets the requirements for a home office deduction, then

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