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Boyfriend and I are resistered dom.partners through place of employment for insurance purposes. Will this qualify to file as "married" for taxes?

We have a signed and notarized affidavit that was required by the company I work for.  However this is not the state form required by California.  Though not legally married, have lived together as domestic partners for three years.
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Boyfriend and I are resistered dom.partners through place of employment for insurance purposes. Will this qualify to file as "married" for taxes?

It does not.  You must be married at 12/31/2016 to file as married.  In some states, RDPs can file a joint return.

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bwa
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Boyfriend and I are resistered dom.partners through place of employment for insurance purposes. Will this qualify to file as "married" for taxes?

It does not.  You must be married at 12/31/2016 to file as married.  In some states, RDPs can file a joint return.

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