Gay and Married? IRS Still Wants Your Money
Thanks for the equality, IRS!
Not that gay couples were trying to evade their taxes, but the IRS has clarified that it recognizes same-sex marriage even in states where the practice is still outlawed.
If you're a same-sex couple who exchanged vows in New York but reside in Texas, say goodbye to filing as "single" on your income tax forms.
That's right, welcome to real marriage equality, everyone.
This is the largest federal rule change in the wake of June's Supreme Court decision allowing same-sex couples to enjoy federal benefits like the rest of America.
The IRS has spoken: Gay or not - the IRS still gets a cut of your check.
Do you think the IRS is making the right call with this one?
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