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Injured or Innocent Spouse Tax Relief - IRS.gov


May 21, 2013 ... Injured or Innocent Spouse Tax Relief. IRS Tax Tip 2012-60, March 28, 2012. You may be an injured spouse if you file a joint tax return and all ...

Seven Facts about Injured Spouse Relief - IRS.gov


Nov 4, 2013 ... Seven Facts about Injured Spouse Relief. Tax Tip 2011-60, March 25, 2011. If you file a joint return and all or part of your refund is applied ...

Instructions for Form 8379 (11/2016) - IRS.gov


By filing Form 8379, the injured spouse may be able to get back his or her ... You may be an injured spouse if you file a joint tax return and all or part of your ...

Questions about injured spouse - TurboTax AnswerXchange

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My wife owes student loans we file jointly. She didnt work this year, I am the only income so with an injured spouse how much can the federal government take?

Income Tax Refunds: Injured Spouse Claims | Pine Tree Legal ...


... to pay your spouse's debt, you may file the injured spouse claim with your joint tax return.

How to Claim Innocent Spouse Relief, Allocation - Efile.com


File for innocent spouse relief to avoid owing the taxes of a spouse or ex-spouse on a joint return. Get your share of a refund with injured spouse allocation.

Injured Spouse vs Innocent Spouse | TaxAct


Form 8379 Injured Spouse Allocation is used more commonly and can be electronically filed with your tax return or sent alone after filing the tax return if ...

Taxes from A to Z: I is for Injured Spouse - Forbes


Mar 13, 2012 ... To apply for injured spouse relief, you must file a federal form 8379 Injured Spouse Allocation (downloads as a pdf) as soon as you are aware ...

Home | Injured Spouse | Where's My Refund?


Ok so here's a random question for the people who have more experience, normally every year my wife and I file the injured spouse form (for my student debt) ...

How to File an Injured Spouse Tax Form 8379 - The Law Dictionary


The Injured Spouse Tax Form 8379 needs to be filed by the injured spouse to get back the portion of the refund that should have been theirs, but went to pa.