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We are married of 6 years and have one dependent living in CA. Usually joint is better, but in this situation: I am still technically a student and made less than 8k for the year. I had nothing withheld. Would it be best for me not to file and her to file separate claiming the child? Is this possible? Can she still get the credit and be taxed at the married rate, etc? What credits are available and what would we miss out on? I would have the credit for student loan debt paid, but my concern is that I would hurt us since I have had nothing withheld and wouldn't have to file at all with my income. (or so it is my understanding) Let's say she made $40k gross, or 45k, and had more withheld than necessary for 2009. (because we got $ back last year) No Stocks or house. Straight forward income from 1 job each. Looking ahead for filing for 2009. Thanks!
CA is a community property state so half of your income is hers and vice versa. Married separate is the highest tax bracket and disallows some deductions. If you are thinking of EIC that is disallowed. You can do your taxes both ways but joint will most likely be better. Looking ahead for tax filing means planning out much furthur than Nov.
If she files separately, then you'd have to file if your income is at least $3650 for 2009. And by the way, since ohio is a community property state, you and she would each be required to file half of your total joint income. So (1) you do have to file, and (2) if you each file as married filing separately it will cost you more in tax than just filing jointly.
You will lose out on any credits including the $1000 child credit if you file separately. You need to file jointly.
In most cases, it is better to file as MFJ. If you file MFS, you will not get many credits and deductions But on the joint return the liabilities are joint. If one spouse owes tax, both spouses are equally responsible.
File jointly. The refund will be MUCH better than 2 MFS returns. a) You can't claim an education credit on an MFS return. b) You can't claim EIC on an MFS return. c) You reduce the overall tax bill when your income is less than $9350.
If you acquire married some days in the past then you weren't married interior the tax year which you're submitting for thus which you would be able to desire to each and every record as unmarried. considered one of you are able to declare the youngster and if that person meets the factors for head of enjoyed ones then whichever of you that's might desire to record as head of enjoyed ones. if you acquire married in the past January 1st then married submitting joinlty will many times provide the main tax breaks.