Yes it is possible. IRS considers a household not to be limited to residents in a structures ("by that logic there would only be one head of household for an apartment complex 'if it were one address'"), instead they choose to understand that more than one household can reside in the same building with the same address at the same time. Beware there are rules for establishing more than one household at the same address.
If you are head of the family then you are head of the household anywhere.
Usually, the father is the head of household.
would not the male head of household be....MASTER
Look at your return, page one.
For one home (house) you can only have one qualifying HOH for that home.
can I file my federal return as head of household if I am married?
Head of household is a status filing for U.S. federal income taxes. If you are entitled to claim head of household and wish to do so, you simply include it on your 1040 or other tax filing.
I was not able to find an e-amil address for HEAD but was able to find a mailing address for them: HEAD/Penn Racquet Sports 306 South 45th Avenue Phoenix, Arizona 85043 HEAD's website is www2.head.com. There is where the mailing address was found.
The head of the household was the husband/father, which in latin was called pater familias (father of the family).
You would get a bigger tax deduction break if you file head of household.
i guess the oldest man in the household. Like you live with your mom, dad, grandpa, and grandma, the head of the household would be your grandpa. (But he has to live with you for that to work.)
The difference between filing single and head of household is the type of situation the tax filer has. Filing head of household can lead to a lesser tax paid for the year. If a person is single, but has dependents, it is better to file head of household. If a person is single with no dependents, a person should file as single.
No-you must file as mariied ( either jointly or seperately) Head of Household is unmarried taxpayers or married taxpayers that have kid(s) living with them AND have been separated for AT LEAST the last 6 months of the year and living at separate addresses.
if me and my husband both have a residence and we are married can we both file head of household?
I believe you need a dependent to have a household.
No, you cannot file as the head of household on your yearly taxes if you are married. That is an option only available to single or widowed filers.
does any body know? cant seem to find it
== == You will know if you think about a certain person a lot (non stop). You can't get them out of your head.
The male head of the family.