Foreign companies will receive separate returns
for their investment and for anything they do without paying tariffs, customs or even worker insurance.
When a couple have filed joint returns in the past and file separate returns
in the current year due to a divorce, estimated tax payments for the current year are typically credited to the first person listed on the previous year's joint tax return.
If you're married, check to see if filing separate returns
is more beneficial than a joint return.
6,100 for singles and married individuals filing separate returns
BAHRAIN's national youth volleyball team and national table tennis team were yesterday treated to a hero's welcome upon their separate returns
from their respective competitions held overseas.
In essence, the separate liability of each joint filer is determined by allocating income and deduction amounts as if separate returns
were filed (but without considering any of the deduction or credit disallowances that would apply if separate returns
were actually filed) (Sec.
The purpose was innocent enough--it was a recent divorce, and the CPA wanted to double check that they both weren't claiming the same estimated taxes on their separate returns
Going via Birmingham and buying separate returns
to Birmingham and Birmingham to Manchester costs only pounds 109 - a hefty pounds 93 saving.
The determination of the tax character of section 1231 sales can only be done after all the separate returns
If you're married, you might explore the option of filing separate returns
rather than a joint return.
In a few, somewhat unusual situations, married couples could have a lower combined tax liability by filing separate returns
rather than by filing a joint return.
Moser said children can file separate returns
, or parents can report the child's income on the parents' return, which has its advantages and disadvantages.