Form 886 H HOH

If you have claimed a filing status of Head of Household, the IRS may ask you to verify the elements that allow you to claim head of household.  The IRS can send you written notice requesting documents and information that would verify your status.  Form 886 H HOH helps provide the requirements of claiming head of household, and the documents you can provide to verify certain issues and elements of this filing status.

The video below provides additional information regarding this form.

If you have tax questions or tax issues, you can speak with a Denver tax attorney at The McGuire Law Firm by calling 720-833-7705.  As a tax attorney, John McGuire practices before the IRS regarding tax audits, IRS tax debts, tax planning & analysis for businesses & individuals and matters before the United States Tax Court.

Denver Tax Attorney Video on Choosing Filing Status

When preparing your 1040 Individual Income Tax Return, you must choose the correct filing status.  There are five options: Single, Married Filing Separate, Married Filing Joint, Head of Household and Qualifying Widow or Widower.  Choosing the incorrect status can create problems with your tax return.  The video below has been prepared by a Denver tax attorney at The McGuire Law Firm to provide information related to choosing a filing status.

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