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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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Assume that the unmarried taxpayer in our example has been given a measly P10-hike in daily wage by his employer, i.e., voluntarily or outside the wage orders periodically granted by the government.
In 2013, an unmarried taxpayer pays ten percent of her first $8,925 of taxable income, then fifteen percent of her next $26,000; ultimately, she pays 39.6 percent of her income in excess of $400,000.86 Two individual taxpayers each pay taxes on a portion of their income at the lower tax rates.
Carl, an unmarried taxpayer, purchased a principal residence on January 1, 2009, for $400,000.
This status is available to an unmarried taxpayer who maintains a household that constitutes the parent's principal abode.
2(b)(1)(A)(2), if a parent qualifies as a dependent, HOH status is available to an unmarried taxpayer who maintains a household that constitutes for the tax year the parent's principal place of abode.
Assume an unmarried taxpayer, age 91, owns individually $1,000,000 worth of unencumbered real property.
$6,000 (joint return) or $4,500 (unmarried taxpayer).
An unmarried taxpayer must file as single if the taxpayer does not qualify for another filing status.
Consequently, two unmarried taxpayers have twice the deduction allowance for both provisions relative to their married counterparts.