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In the past a self-employed individual was able to reimburse his spouse for health insurance in order to take the deduction for AGI.  What I am reading is that it now would need to be in the self-employed individual's name even if he pays the premiums from his business to the insurer.  His wife's employment makes the family eligible for health insurance through the organization she works for, but it is in her name.  Can this reimbursement method still be used for the self-employed deduction?  
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