Filing status and dependents are the foundation of every individual tax return. These basic concepts are also some of the most frequently misunderstood topics in tax law.
* How marital status affects filing status
* Determining which filing status you qualify to use
* In-depth review of the Head of Household rules for being “considered unmarried”
* Rules for claiming personal and spousal exemptions
* In-depth discussion of the rules for claiming a dependent as a Qualifying Child
* Rules for claiming a dependent as a Qualifying Relative
* Tie-breaker rules to apply when more than one person qualifies to claim the same dependent
* Who can claim a dependent in divorce and separation situations
* How to claim a dependent when more than one person provides support
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