350 Married Filing jointly or Qualifying widow(er) $0 $17.
What does MFJ stand for?
MFJ stands for Married Filing Jointly
This definition appears frequently
See other definitions of MFJ
We have 9 other meanings of MFJ in our Acronym Attic
- Marble Falls Independent School District (Texas)
- Ministry of Fisheries (New Zealand)
- Multicolor Fluorescence in Situ Hybridization
- Modified Fire Support Team Digital Message Device
- Microcontroller Framed Innovative Technology Instruments for Adaptive Control
- Milano Finanza Intelligence Unit (Italy)
- Mort Foetale in Utero (French: Fetal Death in Utero)
- Maneuver Fires Integration Exercise
- Maison Franco-Japonaise (French: Franco-Japanese House; Japan)
- March for Justice (social activism)
- Martin F. Jue (founder of MFJ Enterprises, Inc.)
- Melbourne Fine Jewellery (trade show; Australia)
- Millennium Film Journal (est. 1977)
- Modified Final Judgment
- Motorcycle Federation of Japan (motorcycle racing)
- Middle Fork John Day (watershed; Oregon)
- Middle Fork John Day River (Oregon)
- Mexican Federal Judicial Police (now Federal Agency of Investigation)
- Migrant Farmworker Justice Project (Florida)
- Mindoro for Justice and Peace (Philippines)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Medicare charges a high-income surcharge for Part B, which covers doctor visits and outpatient services, and Part D, which covers prescription drug costs, when your adjusted gross income (plus tax-exempt interest) is more than $85,000 if you are single or $170,000 if your are married filing jointly.
TIPRA Section 301 includes some relief from the AMT for 2006, via a temporary increase in the AMT exemptions, which will be $62,550 for those married filing jointly and $42,500 for single taxpayers (compared to $58,000 and $40,250, respectively, as provided in the Working Families Tax Relief Act of 2004).
This result comes about principally because the basic standard deduction (for non-itemizing taxpayers) for married taxpayers filing their tax return as married filing jointly is not double (200%) the basic standard deduction for a taxpayer filing as single.
If your filing status changed from Married Filing Jointly in 2007 to a different filing status in 2008, you must claim half of the stimulus payment received as a couple.
The surcharges for Medicare Parts B and D kick in when you annual adjusted gross income (plus tax-exempt interest income) tops $85,000 if you are single or $170,000 if you are married filing jointly.
50 35% 379,150 Married Filing Jointly or Qualifying widow(er) $0 $I 7,000 $0 10% $0 17,000 69,000 1,700.
For tax years beginning in 2005-2008, the basic standard deduction for married filing jointly (MFJ) doubles to that of single fliers, under WFTRA Section 101(b), amending Sec.