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Marriage

A legal union between one man and one woman as husband and wife.
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MARRIED couples are collectively missing out on as much as PS1.
Royal London said the system was still largely based around people who are either single and living alone or living as a married couple.
Married couples also have advantages when it comes to income tax, with some tax allowances for married couples only.
Eligibility for certain benefits such as the Guaranteed Income Supplement, Canada Child Tax Benefit or the GST Credit are determined based on family net income for a married couple.
Here, Kelly goes through each step, explaining how the married couple should apply each one so that they can work towards and established a positive and effective reconciliation.
47) As part of the Revenue Act of 1941, a married couple would have paid taxes on their consolidated income at the rate of a single person with the same amount of income.
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In the meantime, practitioners should be aware of the various avenues to protect the tax rights of their same-sex married couple clients with regard to income and gift and estate tax if DOMA is declared unconstitutional.
It is the ancient practice of faleaitu which led Shigeyuki Kihara to create her 2005 body of work entitled Fa'afafine; in a manner of a woman, a series of photographic self portraits where she disguises herself to portray a Samoan man, a woman, and a married couple.
If a straight married couple made a gay child, will a gay married couple make a straight child?
Among the working classes in later pre-industrial Europe, though a village was apt to intervene if a wedding brought a poor worker into the fold, marriage was seen as more centrally about the married couple.
Pe nsions : If a married couple divorce, pension rights have to be divided fairly.