If I get married in September and don’t record my marriage license until January, do I still have to file inco

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6 Responses to If I get married in September and don’t record my marriage license until January, do I still have to file inco

  1. PepsiLime says:

    you need to finish your question. (I was very tempted to cut off my answer in mid answer just like your ques

  2. cheryl v says:

    you dont have to file together that year cause you lived apart more than 6 months that year

  3. DTC81 says:

    At least in my state you have to file the marriage license within 30 days of getting married, which must be signed by the performing minister. Unless you are legally married, which is recognized by the state, you now have a partner and had a big party. I would think you then can not claim married on your income taxes.

  4. pusherhombre says:

    I do not understa

  5. CPA/PFS says:

    Wow. I’m surprised by the wrong answers to this Q.

    Since you posted the same Q for both India and the U.S. I will address the U.S. tax laws. Marital status is determined as of the last day of the year. If you are legally married, whether you file the license or not, then you are married for tax purposes.

    You may either file as Married Filing Jointly or Married Filing Seperately.

  6. bostonianinmo says:

    CPA/PFS is correct. ^^^ Except for the spelling of the word "Separately" but that’s a quibble.

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