Tax Plays For Unmarried Couples
We're at the brink of a new century, but the U.S. tax code is still based on the idea of the 1940s nuclear family, with Dad working and Mom staying home to take care of the kids. For such traditional families, there are definite tax advantages to being married and filing jointly. Then there's everyone else.
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