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single

1. (of a flower) having only one set or whorl of petals
2. Archaic (of ale, beer, etc.) mild in strength
3. a gramophone record, CD, or cassette with a short recording, usually of pop music, on it
4. Golf a game between two players
5. Cricket a hit from which one run is scored
6. 
a. Brit a pound note
b. US and Canadian a dollar note
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For example, a single taxpayer receiving wages of $250,000 will pay $450 in additional Medicare tax.
According to the preamble, the proposed "exception" to the single taxpayer rule in section 41(c)(7) "harmonizes the application of sections 41(f) (1) and 41(c)(7).
This amount is now $44,350 for single taxpayers and $66,250 for taxpayers married filing jointly.
In most instances where the provisions for joint assessment exist, the marginal tax rate brackets faced by a single taxpayer are simply doubled for married couples (e.
The wider the disparity, the higher the tax on the single taxpayer.
Changing this assumption does impact the findings; therefore, we also simulate the tax returns of a single taxpayer with no dependents for comparison purposes.
That's less problematic than coalescing a lot of Independent physicians into an actual single taxpayer ID group practice.
You are a single taxpayer and have a child living with you - even if not yours - and are not claiming the additional personal allowance.
Thus, for a single taxpayer, the personal exemption surcharge will be added to the nominal capital gains maximum rate for all AGIs above the minimum threshold level of $100,000, but equal to or less than $225,000.
The bonds are special obligations of the city secured solely by a lien on and pledge of net tax increment revenues generated within the TIF district comprised of a single taxpayer - the Manchester Street Station power plant (the plant) owned by Dominion Resources.
9% x 50%) (20) Less increase in itemized deductions ($24,000 x 10%) (2,400) Decrease in taxable income ($920) Marginal income tax rate ($87,850- $183,250 bracket for single taxpayer, 2013) x 28% Income tax savings 258 Less increase in self-employment tax ($1,500 x 92.
Taxpayer or taxpayers: States differ as to whether they treat a combined group as a single taxpayer or a combination of individual taxpayers.