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marriage

The legal joining of two adults.
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The allowance aims to help married couples and members of civil partnerships where one partner pays standard rate income tax and the other is a non-taxpayer.
It said that, for example, married couples enjoy significant inheritance tax benefits over their cohabiting counterparts.
Royal London said the system is still largely based around people who are either single and living alone or living as a married couple.
The retreat aims to help married couples renew their relationship with each other and with the Lord, and reflect on how Holy Week can heal and inspire the love they shared since their wedding day,' said Fr.
Nearly half of all married couples in Japan aren't having sex, according to a new survey of the country's sexual behaviors.
Married couples can optimize the use of their personal tax credits by transferring or combining credits on their tax returns.
Married couples can now register for a new tax break which will help them save up to PS212 a year on their tax bill.
In addition each chapter covers the importance of established studies that emphasize how and why marital relationships are structured in Western culture, how and why they can be successful and unsuccessful unions, and the ending "final thoughts" of each chapter, which contain structural reflections and advice that married couples can use to enhance their own marital relationships.
In complaints published by local daily Makkah, parents said that they were shocked to see the list of juices referring to special drinks for married couples, insinuating an aphrodisiacal composition.
Washington, Jan 20 ( ANI ): Wondering how some married couples manage to stay together for years and years amid such increasing divorce cases?
The exemption is projected to rise to $82,100 for married couples filing jointly and surviving spouses, $52,800 for unmarried single filers and heads of household and $41,050 for married couples filing separately in 2014.
Although scholars have debated whether marriage should affect tax filing and tax liability, (18) once there are special rules applicable to married couples, those rules can apply in the same manner to all dyadic marriages.