If you're married, there are circumstances where filing separately can save you
money on your income taxes.
Jan 26, 2010 ... I know this is wrong, but ive been "single" even though Im married. ... If you want
you can always file an amendment to ur taxes. hope that helps.
If you are married, you and your spouse can choose whether to file separate tax
.... Can I Claim Larger Amounts of Deductions If I Am Filing Separately and Have
May 17, 2010 ... I'm a little baffled as to why you would want to file as single. If it's a financial thing
(though you've said that it isn't), you can always file married ...
Feb 17, 2015 ... Of course, if you are legally divorced you can also file single. But if you are still
married on December 31st and not legally separated, you'll ...
If you remarried before the end of the tax year, you can file a joint return with your
new spouse. Your deceased spouse's filing status is married filing separately ...
Email this Page… 01-25-2007, 11:13 AM #1 ... What if you are married and file as
single, instead of married filing separately? is there any difference between those
two statuses? ... If you are married, you can file as "Married filing separately".
Jan 30, 2015 ... If you're married, deciding how to file your taxes—jointly or separately—may
make a ... Filing separately can disqualify or limit your use of potentially valuable
tax breaks, .... Terrible policy on March 20, 2015 at 11:03 am said:.
Feb 26, 2014 ... Most married couples file their taxes jointly—but could this ... is your filing status,
which determines the deductions and credits you can take. .... I'm not sure if there
is a "rule of thumb" to see if it is worth it to lose this deduction.
Mar 4, 2014 ... Generally, there are two common filing statuses: married filing jointly and single.
... If you were legally married as of December 31, 2013, then you have two ... to
take — you can be almost positive you should file together.