Do You File As Married on Your Taxes if You're Married to a Non-Citizen?

Answer Married couples usually have the option to file their income taxes jointly or separately, with the decision hinging on your financial situation and tax needs. If you're married to a noncitizen who ... Read More »

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Can I file my taxes as married filing single if I was just married in October?

Married filing single is not a tax filing status. You cannot file your income taxes as a single person if you are married as of the last day of the year. However, you are permitted to choose to fil... Read More »

Can you file your taxes alone if you're married?

Yes, married couples can file alone by choosing the filing status of "married filing separately" on their 1040 tax forms. The IRS advises that individuals who file using this status typically pay m... Read More »

How to File Taxes When Married & Spouse Is Not Working?

Filing taxes as a married couple when one spouse is not working is essentially the same process as filing taxes when both are working. There are a few issues to remember and some rules to consider ... Read More »

Can a married person file taxes as single?

A married person can only file taxes as single if he is legally separated from his spouse. However, two married persons can still file taxes separately. This is known as "married filing separately.... Read More »