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Maybe, but they better get their facts straight. https://www.thebalance.com/two-heads-of-household-3193038
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The term is head of household, not heads of household - you can only have one in a house.
Urban tax myth. There was a Tax Court case or two about this a few (or many more than a few) years ago -- I don't think it's cited in that article, but it should have been
One would file head of household, the other single.
Or maybe not - once that facts are straight 😀
Thank you. The article is exactly what I needed. Dan