I think the trust would get the deductions, but would then "K-1" them to you so you would get the ultimate benefit. Ask your CPA...
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Ultimately, the deduction will end up on your side of the equation. Work with your CPA to document.Ask a similar question
I agree-you would get the deduction with proof of payment.
Your CPA would need to review the trust agreement and confirm.
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