Innocent Spouse Guide

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Innocent Spouse relief

Many married tax payers choose to file a Joint Tax Return because of benefits attached to the Married Filing Jointly (MFJ) status. Under this filing status, both taxpayers are jointly and individually liable for the tax (including penalties and interest) even if the couple subsequently divorce. Under MFJ status, one spouse may be held responsible for all the tax due even if the other spouse earned all the income. In certain cases a spouse, or former spouse, may be relieved of the tax on a Joint Tax Return, if the spouse claiming relief can meet certain requirements.

This Guide Will Give You A Proper Introduction To Innocent Spouse Relief Including:

  • What Relief You May Qualify For
  • How To Submit Your Request For Relief
  • Your Appeal Rights
  • A Short Word About “Current Compliance”

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