Can I File As Head of Household if I Am Married & My Spouse Does Not Work?

Answer The Internal Revenue Service offers five filing statuses: Single, Married Filing Jointly, Married Filing Separately, Qualifying Widow(er) and Head of Household. The IRS typically only allows a sin... Read More »

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How to File as a Married Head of Household?

You can file as Married Head of Household on your tax return if your family meets certain conditions which qualifies you for a lower tax. Check your state's franchise tax board website as well as ... Read More »

Can you file as head of household if you are married?

No, according to the Internal Revenue Service, a head of household must be "unmarried or considered unmarried on the last day of the year". A head of household must also pay more than half of the e... Read More »

Can I file as head of household if i'm married?

You can claim head of household if your spouse did not live with you at all in a six-month period, you are not filing a joint return, you have paid more than half of the cost of keeping a home, and... Read More »

How to File an Amended Tax Return From Head of Household to Married Filling Separately?

Changes to an original tax filing status may be made by completing IRS Form 1040X. Changes from head of household to married filing separately may be made, but doing so creates significant changes ... Read More »