Just about one year after the Defence of Marriage Act (DOMA) was struck down in the United States Supreme Court, over a dozen states allow same-sex married couples to file tax returns with “married” status.
Below, H&R Block has illustrated the effect that measure has had on tax filing in individual states, from those that don’t recognise same-sex marriage or allow tax filers to use married status, to those that permit all of the above.
Where does your state fall?
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