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Currently, unless Congress does something to avert what is referred to as “the fiscal cliff,” many upper-income U.S. households will be facing an average tax increase of nearly $3,500 in 2013.
The reality is that many relationships do end—and if that happens, it is in both partners’ best interest to have their financial bases covered so as not to turn emotional issues into major financial...
With today’s historically low interest rates, it’s certainly a great time to either purchase or refinance a home. Because domestic partners must file separate tax returns, it is possible that a couple...
Could you be leaving the state in charge of distributing your assets?
Money Smart: the advantages of life insurance to the LGBT community, as the proceeds of these policies could help to compensate for shortfalls in other areas such as Social Security survivor or widows’...
MoneySmart: Ensuring both partners’ fair share with a Domestic Partnership Agreement
When depending on a partner’s retirement income, annuities can offer the perfect solution.
Is Uncle Sam getting a bigger chunk of your income and wealth?
As baby boomers continue to reach retirement age, one topic that seems to be getting more attention is long-term care—but not necessarily for the obvious reasons.