By Chuck Epstein, Contributor
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For an administration worried about how women fare in the workforce, it is surprising that nothing has been done to neutralize the tax obstacles. Let's stop inviting Uncle Sam to weddings. It's high time.
By Kim Dixon and Patrick Temple-West WASHINGTON, March 28 (Reuters) - If the U.S. Supreme Court strikes down a federal law defining ma...
While nowadays, everyone buzzes about how expensive weddings can be, it turns out the price tag on one's nuptials is a mere pittance compared to the cost of remaining single.
Believe it or not, there actually may be a penalty in some cases for getting married and filing jointly with your spouse.
Too often in America, debates about marriage have divided us. Here is an example of a marriage reform that could unite us.
Marriage does indeed have many financial ramifications -- both good and bad -- and several involve the dilemma over whether to file income taxes together or separately. Let's sort through the noise.
[This post is co-authored by Bella DePaulo and Rachel Buddeberg.]
Today marks the beginning of Singles Week (or, more formally, National Unmarried an...
Of course, that's not what we hear in the public conversation. But it's official: It's not a marriage penalty, it's a singles penalty.
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