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B on Jan 15, 2014
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Bobbie on Jan 15, 2014
YES you sure can and should do so during the 2014 tax filing season using your 2013 1040 FIT tax return for that purpose and time in your life.
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Brian on Jan 15, 2014
Yes, you can get married on December 31st and file jointly. And when you have a child, it can be born on December 31st and be claimed as a dependent for that year (the year they were born in).
tro on Jan 15, 2014
if it was legal by 11:59 Dec 31.2013, yes
Bash Limpbutt's Oozing Cyst© on Jan 15, 2014
Your marital status at the end of the year determines your filing status for the entire year. If you were married on or before Dec 31, 2013, you MUST file as married, either jointly or separately. You’ll generally pay less tax if you file a joint return.
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