Understanding the Tax Benefits of Marriage

Whether you were married in the middle of July or on Dec. 31, the IRS will consider you married for the entire tax year. So when tax time comes, you’ll check one of the boxes marked “married.” But what does that mean for your tax payment or refund? Here are some of the tax benefits of filing jointly with your spouse.

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Tax Benefits of Marriage Infographic

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