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Getting Married: What Newlyweds Need to Know
Getting married? Have you thought about how it will impact your taxes? You may need to select a tax filing status, adjust your withholding and sell your home. Read more…

Claiming a Non-Citizen Spouse and Children on Your Taxes
When your spouse and children are U.S. citizens, claiming them on your taxes is simple: just provide their names and Social Security numbers. When they're non-citizens, though, things may be a little more complicated. But you can still claim them—and reap the tax benefits of doing so. Read more…

State Tax Filing for Same-Sex Couples
Many states and the District of Columbia now allow same-sex couples to file joint returns. With this right comes tax complications for qualifying couples. Read more…

Tax Tips for Separated Couples
Separated couples face choices that can have significant tax consequences. Some of these choices can be made independently; others require you to communicate with each other. Read more…

Video: Should a Married Couple File Jointly or Separately?
If you are married and deciding whether it's beneficial to file a joint tax return with your spouse, there are certainly issues you should consider first. Watch this video to learn more about how you should file as a married couple. Read more…

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