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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.
Helen Morrissey, of Royal London, said: "Individuals need to be aware that there are many tax breaks and state pension advantages which apply only to married couples.
Where a married couple incurs tax-deductible child care expenses, the deduction must normally be claimed by the lower income spouse.
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.
As long as the tax brackets for married couples filing jointly were twice the size of the brackets that applied to individuals, a married couple never paid more in taxes than two unmarried taxpayers with the same income.
As Joel Schavrien, licensed CPA and Tax Resolution Services of Michigan co-owner, states, “This ruling creates an opportunity for same-sex married couples to maximize the federal benefits provided by marriage.
Section 3 of DOMA results in the nonrecognition of same-sex marriage for all federal purposes including insurance benefits, Social Security benefits, the filing of joint tax returns, and the unlimited marital estate tax exemption available to opposite-sex married couples.
Shigeyuki Kihara's double portrait of a married couple complicates all our expectations of human gender.
And while studies can control for couples' income and education, the one thing that can't be factored out, the one thing all married couples share, is a revealed preference for marriage: Given all the detailed information each particular couple had about their particular relationship, they decided to marry.
Prope rty : When a married couple split, the court decides who gets the house.
His filmography boasts some of this country's most respected documentaries and narrative features such as Shebib's Goin' down the Road (1970) and Between Friends (1973), William Fruet's Wedding in White (1972), Joyce Wieland's The Far Shore (1976), Carle's Maria Chapdelaine (1983), Sandy Wilson's My American Cousin (1985), as well as King's A Married Couple (1969), Who Has Seen the Wind (1977) and Silence of the North (1981).
If the IRS does not have the correct address on file for a newly married couple, it could take longer for a refund to arrive.