What happens if you file separate federal tax returns when married?

Answer For the most part, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) filing status designations are determined by the marital status of the taxpayer on the last day of the tax year. Single persons can choose to file ... Read More »

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Can married couples residing in Texas file separate tax returns?

It is possible to file as married, filing separately in Texas. The state is, however, a community property state. In community property states, most work income and income derived from community pr... Read More »

When can you e-file tennessee federal tax returns?

You can electronically file your federal taxes through October 15. The Internal Revenue service works with a number of companies to provide free filing provided that your income is $57,000 or less ... Read More »

How long does a person have to file federal income tax returns?

Generally, the deadline for filing a federal income tax return is April 15 the year following the tax year. Prior year tax returns may be filed at any time, however only returns filed within a thre... Read More »

How to Free File Your Federal and California Income Tax Returns?

If you are one of the 70% of US taxpayers with an Adjusted Gross Income of less than $57,000 you may be eligible for free income tax preparation and e-filing through the Internal Revenue Service's ... Read More »