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Can Spouse A shift this income to Spouse B to take advantage of the tax saving?

Any help is appreciated.
First, a disclaimer: I'm not a tax professional and please consider this as FYI only and do your own DD. :)

The short answer is no. But what you can do in the future is have two separate bank accounts. Spouse A's salary goes into account A and Spouse B's into account B. Spouse A pays for all household expenses from account A and spouse B does the investing. That way, slowly over time, spouse B, who has the lower income gets investment income taxed in his/her hands.
 
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