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Yes you can file a married filing separate return. You would only then be responsible for your own tax liability.
When you file a tax return as Married Filing Separately, you and your spouse each report your own individual income, deductions, credits, and exemptions on different tax returns.
If your filing status is Married Filing Separately, the following limitations will apply:
You can split the itemized deductions. Whatever you do on the federal you also use for NC for filing status.
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