Ok I have a married friend saying that now that she is married her tax refund isn't much. Like before they were able to pay for their wedding now its not enough for a toothbrush (lol)...someone else said it is not a lot. IDK I am single so I dont get it....sorry if I sound like a blonde. I'm not lolAnswer Question
It all depends on their income rather than if they are single or married. For example, a single mom who makes $24,000 a year will get more back with the child tax credit and the Earned Income Credit than a married couple whose combined income is $48,000. However, a single person who makes $48,000 will pay more in taxes than a married couple whose income is the same.
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