Marital Status


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Marital Status

The state of being married or unmarried. Some definitions divide groups into single, married and divorced (or separated). Marital status qualifies one for various tax advantages; for example, married persons generally may exempt more of their income from taxes.
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SOCD, Gender, Marital Status, and Employment Status: The past studies demonstrated mix results and reported marginal differences regarding the prevalence of SOCD in men and women.
Thus, we cannot conclusively rule out the importance of marital status and race for men with PSA > 20ng/mL.
Generally, spouses are considered related parties for any of these specific provisions (IRC section 267[c][2] and [4]); thus, with respect to transactions between spouses, couples with an ambiguous marital status would be better off filing as single in order to avoid falling into the related-party category.
Under the narrow view, marital status discrimination occurs only when an individual is treated differently because of his or her individual status as single, married, divorced, separated, or widowed.
Mean differences of marital status and gender on variables of depression, anxiety and stress
Additional calculations showed that ethnic differences in three covariates--maternal birthplace, marital status and tobacco use--explained most of the difference in risk of preterm birth between the two ethnic groups.
In this case, the health care providers were fortunate that the legislature had not yet amended state law to include discrimination based on marital status.
Cull the following information: Occupation, industry, professional associations, education, goals, concerns, marital status, religious affiliation (if volunteered), date of birth, clubs, hobbies and interests.
SHE WOKE UP MARRIED is an amusing contemporary romance starring two likable protagonists with differing opinions on their sudden marital status.
Justin says: You may have a claim under the Sex Discrimination Act for discrimination on the basis of marital status.
Patients with schizophrenia and comorbid PTSD did not differ from those with only schizophrenia in age, race, education, marital status, brief psychiatric rating scale subscales, alcohol use, or drug use.
Personal commitments, such as responsibilities to the family, measured by marital status and number of children, are also cited as important factors driving the use of online education by students (Berger, 1999; Roberts, 1998).