Definition of Joint return
1. Noun. A return filed by a husband and wife.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Joint Return
Literary usage of Joint return
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1. IRS Restructuring: Congressional Hearings edited by William V. Roth, Jr. (1999)
"(1) If a husband and wife have filed a joint return and their marriage is subsequently dissolved by final decree or order of a State court, either spouse ..."
2. The Bicentennial Census: New Directions for Methodology in 1990 by Constance F. Citro, Michael L. Cohen (1985)
"Black single return filers had high relative gross omission rates regardless of income level; however, income discriminated among black joint return filers, ..."
3. General Explanation of Tax Legislation Enacted in 1998: Report of the Joint edited by William Roth, Bill Archer (2000)
"For example, a deficiency is assessed after IRS audit of a joint return. The deficiency relates to income earned by the husband that was not reported on the ..."
4. Federal Income Tax Problems --1922 by Emerson Emanuel Rossmoore (1922)
"PROBLEM 191 Illustrating Case in Which Husband and Wife File joint return Although Aggregate Net Income is Less Than PACTS: Exemption Walter S. Cooper ..."