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Two-Income Couples

Married senior citizens who both receive wages, interest, pension, business or other kinds of income that are subject to Maryland tax can subtract up to $1,200 or the income of the spouse, whichever is less.

You can use the Two-Income Married Couple Subtraction Worksheet in Instruction 13 of the Maryland resident tax booklet to help calculate the correct subtraction amount for your situation.



 
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