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IRS Serves Up Cafeteria Plan Rules for Same-Sex Couples

The IRS promised to provide more guidance regarding the tax treatment of same-sex couples in the wake of the Supreme Court's recent ruling invalidating Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). Slowly but surely, it's starting to deliver.

Virginia Married Gay Couples Face Tax Dilemma

The Virginia Department of Taxation says it cannot legally allow same-sex married couples who are residents of Virginia to file their state tax returns using the married/joint status.

AICPA Briefs Media on Three Pressing Tax Issues

On November 15, the AICPA held a conference call with various members of the media, including AccountingWEB. The briefing focused on three critical areas.

AICPA Says IRS Needs to Issue Additional DOMA Guidance

The AICPA identified seventeen areas in which the IRS should provide additional guidance to taxpayers and tax practitioners as a result of the US Supreme Court's decision that Section 3 of DOMA was unconstitutional.

Marriage Equality: NY Gay Couples to Receive Estate Tax Refund Post-DOMA

Same-sex spouses in New York who had to pay estate taxes following the death of their partner will get refunds from the state as a result of the recent US Supreme Court decision that found a section of DOMA unconstitutional.

Supreme Court Ruling on DOMA: Sudden Tax Impact

The Supreme Court's landmark decision striking down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) will have far-reaching implications on many fronts. In particular, you may be scrambling to figure out the resulting tax impact under federal and state laws.
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