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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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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).
The statement also said a single taxpayer with $70,000 in Oregon taxable income would pay $571.
This amount is now $44,350 for single taxpayers and $66,250 for taxpayers married filing jointly.
Rates for single taxpayers are higher than those for marrieds, whether you file jointly or married filing separately.
A single taxpayer in the 60th percentile of household income receives a slightly larger benefit under the current HMID than with a 15 percent HMIC.
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.
Taxpayer or taxpayers: States differ as to whether they treat a combined group as a single taxpayer or a combination of individual taxpayers.
A single taxpayer who has a modified adjusted gross income of $80,000 or less ($160,000 for joint filers), is eligible for the full credit.
The phase out range for a single taxpayer will be $50,000 to $65,000 for a married filing g jointly and the phase out range will be $100,000 to $130,000.
taxpayers, have been or will be recipients of a bonus--up to $300 for a single taxpayer, $500 for a head of household, and $600 for married couples filing jointly.
The basic standard deduction for a single taxpayer of $4,400 is not double for married filing jointly taxpayers (to $8,800) but is increased only to $7,350 (167.