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Publication 17 (2015), Your Federal Income Tax - IRS.gov

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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 ...

Video: Can an Unmarried Couple File Jointly? - TurboTax Tax Tips ...

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However, since the IRS only allows a couple to file a joint tax return if the state they reside in recognizes the relationship as a legal marriage; unmarried couples  ...

When to File as Married Filing Separately Instead of Jointly - eFile

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Generally, filing separate tax returns when married is less beneficial, but may be ... fast rules about when filing separately will get you a bigger refund (or a lower ...

Filing Status - Mass.Gov

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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 different.

Filing Status | Virginia Department of Taxation

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Filing Status 4 - Married, Filing a ... to file a joint return under Status 2; or (2) both ... When using Filing Status 4, complete your tax ... Laws Rules And Decisions.

Filing Requirements – Tax Articles & Tax Tips – H&R Block®

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Learn about Filing Requirements for income tax tips from our tax articles at H&R Block. Get info ... A married couple can file a joint return or separate returns.

26 US Code § 6013 - Joint returns of income tax by husband and wife

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A joint return filed by the husband and wife under this subsection shall constitute ... any negligence (or disregard of rules or regulations) on either separate return ...

What Married Taxpayers Gain and Lose By Filing Separately

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Feb 5, 2015 ... Married couples who file jointly must complete one shared tax return and ... But, there are exceptions to every rule—and this one is no different.

DRS: 12-702(c)(1)-1, Connecticut income tax returns of husband ...

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(b) Joint federal income tax returns. The federal rules for determining whether a husband and wife qualify for filing a joint federal income tax return also apply for  ...

Filing status - Department of Taxation and Finance - New York State

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Dec 5, 2011 ... Same-sex married couples see Personal income tax information for same-sex ... to this rule apply to married individuals who file a joint federal return and: ... you are unable to file a joint New York return because the address or ...

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Should You and Your Spouse File Taxes Jointly or Separately ...

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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 returns ...

Married Filing Separately - IRS Tax Map

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You will generally pay more combined tax on separate returns than you would on a joint return for the reasons listed under Special Rules, later. However, unless ...

Filing Status Information | Individuals | California Franchise Tax Board

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Exception: If you file a joint tax return for federal purposes, you may file ... rules apply to the division of income if you use the married/RDP filing separately status.