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Married Taxpayers Don’t Get to File Single

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Many married taxpayers choose to file their tax returns using the single or head of household filing statuses because their spouse has past due federal or state debt. In this episode, I explain the differences between the two married filing statuses, explain when you can use single or head of household when married, and what option you have when your spouse owes back taxes, child support, student loans, or other federal debt.

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Many married taxpayers choose to file their tax returns using the single or head of household filing statuses because their spouse has past due federal or state debt. In this episode, I explain the differences between the two married filing statuses, explain when you can use single or head of household when married, and what option you have when your spouse owes back taxes, child support, student loans, or other federal debt.

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