What are the advantages of filing Head of Household (HOH)?

What are the advantages of filing Head of Household (HOH)?

 

 Filing as (HOH) or head of household gives you a higher standard deduction and lower tax rate than filing as a single person or as married filing separately, however you have to be single or separated and you must have a qualifying dependent living with you.
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