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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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As long as the tax brackets for married couples filing jointly were twice the size of the brackets that applied to individuals, a married couple never paid more in taxes than two unmarried taxpayers with the same income.
As with other benefits, this one also has a phase-out limitation for joint filers with income (MAGI) between $113,950 and $143,950 (between $76,000 and $91,000 for unmarried taxpayers, but those using the married separate status do not qualify for the exclusion).
Married filing joint return $110,000 Married filing separately $ 55,000 Unmarried taxpayers $ 75,000
2007, President Bush approved increasing the alternative minimum tax exemption amount for 2007 to $66,250 for married taxpayers and $44,350 for unmarried taxpayers (from $62,550 and $42,500, respectively, in 2006).
Republicans have proposed reducing the so-called marriage penalty, which taxes two-income couples at higher rates than unmarried taxpayers.