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work spouse

Someone's closest friend, companion, or confidante at a job. Meg is definitely my work spouse—we are totally inseparable, and she's the first person I call when I have an issue with my computer or need advice before a meeting.
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In one of the most significant changes under the new law, the modified innocent spouse exception no longer requires that the understatement of tax be substantial or that the item(s) to which the understatement is attributable be grossly erroneous.
If the surviving spouse has not yet claimed his or her own benefit, he or she is entitled to receive the survivor's benefit or his or her own benefit.
Key spouse STARS are a lot like customer service reps for squadron spouses," Breazeale said.
No transfer of disquaqied assets: The nonrequesting spouse did not transfer disqualified assets (6) to the requesting spouse.
5) income from the work or intellectual activities, dividends, pensions, benefits or other payments collected by both spouses or one of them after the commencement of the marriage, except for payments received for specific purposes (such as damages for moral or corporal injury, support, allowance or other benefits paid specifically to only one of the spouses, etc.
The spouse establishes that at the time he or she signed the joint return, he or she did not know, and had no reason to know, that there was an understatement of tax.
If the employer doesn't handle the division as explained, the non-employee spouse should still report the income and any withholding.
The new findings show that physicians and family members need to address the social and practical needs of elderly people whose spouses develop disabling illnesses, notes gerontologist Suzanne E.
The provisions for the surviving spouse after the death of the first spouse to die should be drafted to permit the property in the trust to qualify for the marital deduction.
I don't think you would find any military spouse that wouldn't do it again,'' she said.
4) For example, if a donor spouse transfers property so that a portion of the property interest is gifted to a third party and a portion of the interest is gifted to his or her spouse, in order for the portion gifted to a third party to be eligible for gift-splitting, such interest must be ascertainable at the time of the gift and, hence, severable from the interest transferred to the nondonor spouse.
Some surviving spouses of deceased veterans have until Dec.
Unlike income taxes, where the spousal income is usually combined through a joint return, the Social Security tax views each spouse as having their own self-employment income and Social Security tax obligation even when the spouses file a joint return.
One spouse might believe that parents should spend everything necessary to make sure children get the best education while the other spouse believes that students should earn the money to pay for college.
Since unmarried persons could not possibly leave anything to a spouse or to legitimate offspring, their inclusion in the sample would distort the results concerning the relative importance of different recipients as named before.