Individual Tax

Single,Married and Head of House Hold
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Filing as Single

Ordinarily this status is for taxpayers who are unmarried, divorced or legally separated under a divorce or separate maintenance decree.

Married Joint

When a taxpayer is married, then they could file a joint tax return. The partner can file a joint return for that year when a partner died

Married Separate

Married couples can opt to file separate tax returns. It may result in less tax owed compared to just filing a tax return.

Head of Household

Unmarried taxpayers could be able file using this status, but specific rules apply. Taxpayers should check the rules to be certain they qualify.

Frequently Asked Questions

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