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Do you know your filing status?
► Single Filing Status
Your filing status is single if you are unmarried, or considered unmarried, on the last day of the year.
► Head of Household Filing Status
Persons who are unmarried and have supported a close relative for over half the year might qualify for head of household. Taxpayers claiming the Head of Household filing status benefit from a higher standard deduction and lower tax rates compared to single taxpayers.
► Married Filing Jointly
Married taxpayers can choose between filing a joint tax return or a separate tax return. The Married Filing Jointly filing status provides more tax benefits than filing separate returns, but taxpayers will need to weigh the pros and cons and decide for themselves which is the best filing status.
► Married Filing Separately
Married taxpayers can choose between filing a joint tax return or a separate tax return. The Married Filing Separately filing status provides fewer tax benefits than filing joint returns, but taxpayers will need to weigh the pros and cons and decide for themselves which is the best filing status.
► Is Head of Household Status Possible for Two People at the Same Address?
Can two people, who both live at the same address, each qualify for the head of household filing status when they prepare their tax returns? The answer is not clear-cut. The IRS looks at a variety of factors in determining the answer.
► Qualifying Widow/Widower with Dependent Child Filing Status
Surviving spouses may be eligible for a special filing status for the two years following the death of a spouse. Qualifying Widows and Widowers receive the same standard deduction and tax rates as taxpayers who are married filing jointly. To be eligible, the surviving spouse also needs to have a dependent son or daughter.
These are just some of the examples of filing status you may choose, we can help fined the right for one you.
We go beyond tax compliance and pro-actively recommend tax saving strategies to maximize your after-tax income. We make it a priority to enhance our mastery of the current tax law, complex tax code, and new tax regulations by attending frequent tax seminars.