Head-of-Household Starting at $295+ and up depending on forms
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Head of household with a qualifying person Married and single taxpayers can sometimes qualify to file as head of household when these conditions are met: • You are either single or considered unmarried for tax purposes o Married taxpayers are considered single for tax purposes if they have not lived in the same home as their spouse for at least the last six months of the year o Paid more than half the cost of keeping up your home o Had a qualifying dependent living in your home more than half of the year If the qualifying dependent is your parent, the requirement to have lived with you is waived – which could really help out those in the sandwich generation. Divorced taxpayers who do not qualify to use the head of household status will file as single. Qualifying widow(er) with a dependent child For up to two years after a spouse’s death, the widow(er) may continue to use the married filing jointly tax rate by filing as a qualified widow(er) with a dependent child, as long as the taxpayer hasn’t remarried. State Return filing fees vary by state. To be Determined.
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