Tax season is upon us again and although the process is slowly becoming more streamlined for married same-sex couples, there are still some additional things to consider when filing your 2014 income taxes and, possibly, amending prior year returns. Last year, the IRS issued an Information Letter which provided married same-sex couples with guidance and instructions … Continue reading Tax-Time Reminder: Insurance Premiums For Same-Sex Spouses Are Not W-2 Income
With an estimated 1.23 billion active monthly Facebook users at the end of 2013, nearly 1 out of every 6 people on planet earth have at least some identity or presence on line. In the United States, nearly 1 out of 3 people review or update their Facebook account each day! We share photos, vacation … Continue reading Digital Life After Death: What Happens To One’s Social Media and Online Storage Accounts After Death?
There are sure to be many financial ramifications for married same-sex couples across the United States after the Supreme Court’s decision this summer in the case of United States v. Windsor striking down Section 3 of the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which had defined marriage federally as being between one man and one … Continue reading The Financial Effects of the Downfall of DOMA on Married Same-Sex Couples