Saying your marriage vows carries a hefty emotional weight. It’s about a lifetime commitment that will see you through better and worse, sickness and health. And after you solidify that emotional bond, there are a few logistics to consider. Namely, thinking about how tying the knot will impact your finances—including taxes—for better or worse. Here are a few financial aspects to keep in mind as you approach tax season with your new spouse.
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