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7 Tax Advantages of Getting Married
There are many good reasons to get married—true love and compatibility being among the best. Here are 7 tax advantages of getting married and tips for making the extended honeymoon a little sweeter when you prepare your tax return. Read more…

Tax Tips for Caring for a Disabled Spouse
Caring for a disabled spouse can be a financial strain, but you do have opportunities to reduce the burden. There are many tax credits and other tax breaks available for disabled individuals and their caretakers. Among the most common are the Tax Credit for the Elderly or Disabled, the Child or Dependent Care Credit, and the Medical Expenses tax deduction. Read more…

Getting Divorced
If you're going through a divorce, taxes may be the last thing on your mind, so we're here to help. We've got tips for you on which filing status to choose after the divorce, who can claim the exemptions for the kids, and how payments to an ex-spouse are treated for tax purposes. Read more…

When Married Filing Separately Will Save You Taxes
If you're married, there are circumstances where filing separately can save you money on your income taxes. Read more…

Video: Tax Tips for Divorced Couples
No one gets married preparing to get divorced, so many newly divorced people are unprepared for the tax rules that they may now be subject to. Watch this TurboTax tax tip video for a few things to think about if you've gotten divorced. Read more…


More Marriage Articles

Tax Tips for Registered Domestic Partners and Unmarried Same Sex Couples in Community Property States Video: Single Tax Withholding vs. Married Filing Jointly Video: Tax Tips for the Newly Married Tax Considerations for Same-Sex Couples: Married Filing Jointly vs. Separately What is Form 2120: Multiple Support Declaration? Claiming a Domestic Partner as a Dependent Key Tax Tips When Filing for Divorce or Separation Filing Taxes After a Divorce: Is Alimony Taxable? Tax Tips for Separated Couples State Tax Filing for Same-Sex Couples Getting Divorced Tax Steps to Add to Your Wedding Checklist What is Form 8958: Allocation of Tax Amounts Between Certain Individuals in Community Property State Five Tax Tips for Community Property States Should You and Your Spouse File Taxes Jointly or Separately? Video: Should a Married Couple File Jointly or Separately? What is IRS Form 8379: Injured Spouse Allocation Video: Can an Unmarried Couple File Jointly? Claiming a Non-Citizen Spouse and Children on Your Taxes Getting Married: What Newlyweds Need to Know Video: Can We File Two Primary Residences if Filing a Joint Tax Return?

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