For most married gay couples, this may be the first tax season where preparing and filing their tax returns won’t be any more frustrating or tedious than it is for other married couples. Jonnelle Marte reports on MoneyBeat.
After the Supreme Court struck down part of the Defense of Marriage Act, same-sex couples will want to consider new opportunities for amending income tax returns, streamlining estate plans, maximizing Social Security, and more, says financial planner Michael Kitces.
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