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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Advocate Rizvi said from Mr Hussain's legal heirs two of his daughters, including the petitioner, were unmarried, but according to Pension Rules for Civil Servants Family Pension Rules only eldest unmarried daughter (till her marriage or death) was entitled to pension.
Goffe spoke on a webinar presented by the Investment Management Consultants Association in April about the many challenges that unmarried couples face in financial planning.
For example, transfers between unmarried spouses may be treated as taxable gifts, but a domestic partnership or civil union gives the partners a legal obligation to support each other, Goffe said.
agreed that more unmarried people were applying for loans to buy homes.
The birth rate among unmarried immigrant women has gone from 90 per 1,000 women in 2008 to 60.
One such test might apply to unmarried couples; taxpayers can file a joint tax return if "you are living together in a common law marriage recognized in the state where you now live or in the state where the common law marriage began.
Poland stands out in particular with its rate of children living with unmarried parents rising sharply from just 2.
The men did not elaborate as to why the number of unmarried women needed to be reduced.
Rosalie Tayrus, sister of slain PNP-SAF Inspector Rene Tayrus, said the families of unmarried police officers killed in the Mamasapano encounter are not entitled to a monthly pension.
between married and unmarried couples, and this schism carries over to
During the early twentieth century, many unmarried mothers were integrated into their communities.