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A person may be relieved of paying some or even all of the tax, penalties, and interest on a tax debt if they meet the conditions for Innocent Spouse Relief.

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I’m legally married and live with my spouse. We file our taxes separately. Can I file as head of household while he files as married filing separately?

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Earned Income Credit

The Earned Income Tax Credit is available to workers who earn $52,427 or less from wages or self–employment.

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