I filed taxes last year with my husband who had no income at that time. I received a r...

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I filed taxes last year with my husband who had no income at that time. I received a refund. However, sometimes during the summer of last year we received a settlement payment from a law firm that did a class action law suit and won. Taxes were taken out for the loss wages that was paid in the law suit, but I believe we were instructed to pay additional taxes on the amount paid to my husband for damages as a result of what happened on his job. I would like to amend my tax return and remove my husband name, filing married but single. Can I do that and have his pay his taxes owed from the recovery of the law suit separately from my tax filing? We received notice of taxes owed in the amount approximately $*,***.** as a result of the money received from the law suit. I want to avoid paying my husband taxes and just pay what I owed based on filing married, but single. I wondered if it is cheaper to leave it as it is and just pay what is owed from the tax notice based on my filing married and joint together last year. Can you call me at ***-***-**** or email me at *****@***.com

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Reported by GetHuman-djcolber
Mar 4th, 2019 - 2 years ago
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