By Anonymous - 19/05/2014 18:43 - United States - Shawnee
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That's not how it works, sorry. If you were married at any point during the taxable year then you are considered "married" for tax purposes. I'm sure that's really awkward for people who are actually divorced but still have to file their taxes as married. I have no idea what happens if you were married to do different people during one year though...
I know of couples who are "separated", but live in the same house for tax breaks. Just another way to beat the system I guess.
Maybe you should stop doing certain things he enjoys.. "for tax purposes"
Maybe you should tell him you want twelve kids... For "tax purposes"