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Single

In American taxation, the filing status for a legally unmarried person who does not qualify for any other filing status. In other words, single is the default filing status. This may affects one's tax liability; for example, single filers have lower income limits for most exemptions.

Single

The filing status used by an unmarried taxpayer who does not qualify for any other filing status.
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Its reason is law, not the will of a single individual.
Because if there is a reason for an uprising or a rebellion, it is not affected by the life or death of a single individual only.
For the 2012 index, the group looked at what the same 55-year-old single individual would pay for between $165,000 and $200,000 in coverage.
Because the threshold amounts for married couples are less than double the threshold amounts of single individuals, married couples often pay more tax on their Social Security benefits.
Putting political control of policing in the hands of a single individual really would have frightening consequences," he said.
In my career as a social worker I knew that the odds were really stacked against single individuals, especially women.
At the opening of the company's recent production of Carmen, CO General Director Bob McPhee announced from the stage that Arrata had made what is to date the largest single individual gift to the company.
Mr Kelly adds: "We want the best for Liverpool but it is not always possible to have the best for every single individual - the greater good has to be our priority.
What they are trying to head off is the threat of an entirely new kind of fraud--wholesale fraud--in which a single individual could sabotage thousands or millions of ballots.
recommends that anyone filing for divorce seek the help of tax advisors as well as attorneys skilled in settlements, because the financial issues that get pushed to the background eventually can take a surprising and disastrous toll on the newly single individual and his or her children.
The collection of genes that separate humans from apes would hardly have arisen in a single individual.
Had that happened, it would have been apparent that the Air Force acquisition structure and process were diverging from those of the other two military departments, and the consolidation of authority in a single individual demanded checks and balances not evident in the arrangement.

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