The IRS does not necessarily know the martial status of taxpayers; the IRS goes
by whatever statuses the taxpayers choose on their returns, notes Marketwatch.
The IRS requires little proof to verify your marriage. ... Can I File as Single and
Head of Household if I'm Still Married but Estranged? Do Insurance Companies ...
Jun 11, 2013 ... When you get married, your tax situation changes — for better or for ... However if
you can prove that you didn't know about your spouse's tax ...
Feb 17, 2015 ... 95% of married couples file taxes jointly, but it can be a mistake. Separate filing ...
In Choosing the Right Filing Status, the IRS lists pointers about filing status
options. ... Why Doctors in the Know No Longer Prescribe Metformin.
Once you tie the knot, the IRS requires you to file as a married individual in most
cases. ... I'm the Head of Household: Can I Still Claim My Child as an ... Can I ...
Jan 17, 2012 ... Top IRS Audit Triggers: What You Need to Know ... The audit can be conducted
either by mail or in person, and there are three possible ...
Jan 26, 2010 ... I`m on my moms insurance as her dependent, even though I am married. ... She
said IRS wouldnt know, etc, and that if i filed married that insurance ... You can
also claim "single" with zero dependents on a W2, but that is a ...
Sep 5, 2014 ... If you recently got married or are planning a wedding, the last thing on your mind
is taxes. ... Figuring the tax both ways can determine which filing status will result
in the lowest tax, but usually filing jointly ... Know Your Rights.
separate) or can qualify for head of household or single filing status. ... duplicate
claim situation and how the IRS applies the tie breaker ... She says - Yes, I'm still
married but separated. ... You know if she files Married Filing Separate she can ...
May 15, 2013 ... There are five filing statuses: Single, Married Filing Jointly, Married ... filing status
options the IRS wants you to know so that you can choose the ...