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Marriage

A legal union between one man and one woman as husband and wife.
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Burn's sister Sarah Ross, who attended the ceremony, said: "A few months ago we didn't know if he'd be able to get legally married in Australia, so the fact that today he gets to have a husband is pretty incredible," adding, "It's something that should have happened a long time ago so for me to see it happen today is pretty important to us.
Treasury notes that since publication of the 2013 revenue ruling, legally married couples generally must file their federal income tax return using either the "married filing jointly" or "married filing separately" filing status.
When the rule change was first made, only Texas couples who were legally married in other states would have been eligible for the benefits.
Under guidance issued by the IRS, administrators of qualified retirement plans must recognize the same-sex spouses of legally married participants as of June 26, 2013, but are not required to amend their plans to retroactively recognize participants' legal same-sex marriages before that date.
20 ( ANI ): Charlie Sheen's fiance, Brett Rossi, is legally married to someone else.
The complaint, filed in Shawnee County District Court by two legally married same - sex couples, seeks to block the state Department of Revenue from implementing a tax scheme that unfairly singles out gay and lesbian couples for discriminatory treatment under the tax code.
A new, online decision tool from Intuit (NASDAQ: INTU) TurboTax helps legally married, same-sex couples determine whether they're entitled to a bigger tax refund for previously filed returns.
assures legally married same-sex couples that they can move freely throughout the country knowing that their federal filing status will not change.
In addition, the Department of Labor has stated that the terms "spouse" and "marriage" in federal employee benefit laws will now include same-sex couples who were legally married.