In this section, we will be examining the fiver different types of filing statuses available to individuals and familes, inclusions, exclusions, and types of adjustments that applied to gross income. Additionally, we will touch on deductions, types of exemptions, liabilities, credits, and methods of tax payment.

Filing Status

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