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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 unmarried taxpayers, the threshold was set at $25,000, and $32,000 for a married couple.
As with other benefits, this one also has a phase-out limitation for joint filers with income (MAGI) between $113,950 and $143,950 (between $76,000 and $91,000 for unmarried taxpayers, but those using the married separate status do not qualify for the exclusion).
As long as the tax brackets for married couples filing jointly were twice the size of the brackets that applied to individuals, a married couple never paid more in taxes than two unmarried taxpayers with the same income.
'I he status generally results in lower tax liabilities for unmarried taxpayers who care for a dependent.
Married filing joint return $110,000 Married filing separately $ 55,000 Unmarried taxpayers $ 75,000 The otherwise allowable credit is phased out by $50 for each $1,000 (or fraction thereof) by which modified AGI exceeds the threshold amount.
The credit is phased out ratably between modified adjusted gross income of $80,000 to $90,000 for unmarried taxpayers and $160,000 to $$180,000 for married taxpayers filing joint returns.