We pay income tax to the federal government and the state of California. ...After all, my income is $0. So - since you pay CA taxes, I assume you live there.As a resident of CA, your income isn't $0 if you file as Married-filing-separately.Instead, it's 1/2 the joint income of the two of you. So it's not really 0 as far as your form 1040 is concerned - it's >$160K from your other statements.see pub 555http://www.irs.gov/publications/p555/ar02.html look at the parts about "community income" and "community property state"
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