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single

(sing′gl) [L. singulus, individual, single]
1. Indivisible.
2. Unique.
3. Unmarried.
4. Lone; alone.
5. One only.
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26) Currently, taxpayers who sell a home that they have lived in for two of the last five years are allowed to exclude the following amounts of capital gains on the sale: $500,000 if married filing jointly; and $250,000 if filing as a single taxpayer.
Changing this assumption does impact the findings; therefore, we also simulate the tax returns of a single taxpayer with no dependents for comparison purposes.
The bottom line is single taxpayers once again enjoy greater savings than joint filers -- this time, thanks to a bigger lower tax bracket.
0% Single Taxpayers (7) If taxable income is: The tax is: but not of the amount Over-- over-- over-- $0 $26,250 15% $0 26,250 63,550 $3,937.
The phase-out range for married taxpayers filing a joint return is increased to $190,000 to $220,000 of modified adjusted gross income so it is twice the range for single taxpayers.
You are considered a single taxpayer if you are divorced before midnight on December 31.
On the other hand, a single taxpayer with MAGI of less than $200,000 will not pay the additional 3.
Single taxpayers with income up to $75,000 and married couples with joint income up to $150,000 qualify for the full tax credit.
The income limit for single taxpayers is $75,000; the limit is $150,000 for married taxpayers filing a joint return.
Registered domestic partners in California must file separate federal income tax returns, as single taxpayers, based on guidance released in 2006 by the IRS.
For single taxpayers the limitation is $65,000 and $130,000 for married taxpayers filing jointly.
Under the current federal income tax laws of the United States Of America, a married couple in which both spouses work (or otherwise has taxable income) generally pays more in federal income taxes than if they were not married and each filed their federal income tax returns as single taxpayers.