Can a Married Person File Taxes Without Their Spouse?
In the United States, married couples have the option to file their taxes jointly or separately. If a married couple decides to file their taxes separately, they are each responsible for their own tax return. This means that a married person can file their taxes without their spouse.
There are some advantages to filing taxes separately when you are married. For example, if one spouse has a lot of debt, it may be beneficial to file separately so that the other spouse is not responsible for any of the debt. Additionally, filing separately may give you a lower tax bill overall.
However, there are some disadvantages to filing your taxes separately when you are married. For example, you may not be able to take advantage of certain tax deductions and credits when you file separately. Additionally, your tax rate may be higher when you file separately.
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