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IRS To-Dos Before You Say 'I Do'

In many cases, getting married can mean big changes in your tax situation, and the sooner you start planning, the more likely it is you'll avoid some huge pitfalls that snare many newlyweds.

Newlyweds, Don't Let the IRS Spoil Your Honeymoon

Getting married should be one of the happiest events of your life. But even if everything goes perfectly on your special day, the IRS may spoil the party. That's because getting hitched means big changes on your taxes. Here's a quick rundown of what you need to know.

All Couples Are Not Created Equal in the Tax Code

Equal rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans is often viewed as a moral issue, or a religious one. But in many ways, it's a financial issue, as well -- one that leaves same-sex couples paying thousands of dollars more every year to the IRS in taxes.