- Innocent Spouse Relief:You may be relieved of responsibility for paying tax, interest, and penalties if your spouse’s return contained an error and you did not know or had no reason to know about the error.Under the applicable facts and circumstances, it would be inequitable to hold the requesting spouse liable for the joint tax liability
- Equitable relief:
To qualify for equitable relief, you must establish that under all the facts and circumstances, it would be unfair to hold you liable for the deficiency or underpayment of tax.
- Separation of Liability ReliefTo qualify for separation of liability relief, you must have filed a joint return and must meet one of the following requirements at the time you request relief:
- You’re divorced or legally separated from the spouse with whom you filed the joint return
- You’re widowed, or
- You haven’t been a member of the same household as the spouse with whom you filed the joint return at any time during the 12-month period ending on the date you request relief
You must also not have had actual knowledge of the item that gave rise to the deficiency at the time you signed the joint return unless you can show that you signed the return under duress.
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