Married couples have the option to file jointly or separately on their federal
income tax returns. The IRS strongly encourages most couples to file joint tax
If you didn't remarry before the end of the tax year, you can file a joint return for ....
For more information on special tax rules for persons who are serving in a ...
Oct 15, 2015 ... IRS e-file is the easiest and most accurate way to file your tax return. ... If you're
married, you and your spouse can file a joint tax return together. ... this status
applies if you are not married, but there are some special rules.
Jul 31, 2015 ... The Married Filing Jointly filing status provides more tax benefits than filing ...
Married taxpayers have the choice between filing a joint tax return or a ....
sections 1.6013-4 discusses various rules that apply to joint returns.
Find additional information in FTB Publication 1001, Supplemental Guidelines to
California ... California tax returns using either the married/RDP filing jointly.
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Some married people do not or cannot file a tax return jointly with their spouse.
Generally, filing separate tax returns when married is less beneficial, but may be
... hard and fast rules about when filing separately will get you a bigger refund ...
Filing Status 4 - Married, Filing a Separate ... choose to file a joint return under
Status 2; ... complete your tax return as follows: (1) ... Laws Rules And Decisions.
Special Rule for Parent - A Dependent Parent Does Not Have to Live with ...
Taxpayers cannot file a joint return because their nonresident tax years are
Nov 30, 2015 ... You must use the same filing status on your state income tax return ... Single (S);
Head of Household (H of H); Married Filing Jointly (MFJ) ... While the IRS sets the
rules, the filing status you choose can affect your state return.