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Census Finds More Than a Half Million LGBT Weddings This Decade

By Winnie McCroy | Sep 23
More than a half a million LGBT Americans have married their same-sex partner since marriage equality first allowed them to marry, reports the United States Census Bureau this week.

Sidestepping Unseen Tax Pitfalls For Same-Sex Couples

By Angela Giampolo | Feb 27
Getting your taxes done is a daunting prospect, moreso for LGBT couples trying to negotiate the pitfalls of a complicated web of state and federal laws that bestow upon us all of the penalties, but none of the benefits.

Tax Equality Measure Takes Effect in Cambridge, Mass.

By Johann Kaiser | Jul 11
When the city of Cambridge issues paychecks to its public employees, nearly two dozen workers find a federal tax on their income that their colleagues don’t have to pay.

Cambridge, MA Seeks to Redress Gay Marriage Tax

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 9
An American city has stepped up to help its gay and lesbian married employees pay the "can’t get married" tax penalty: Cambridge, Massachusetts, where the first legal same-sex marriages took place seven years ago.

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