The Treasury and IRS have determined same-sex married couples, regardless of where they live, are entitled to file joint tax returns.
Here are four financial housekeeping chores that are worth doing now — before 2013 financial changes kick in.
Given that most lottery winners lose it all within three years, it’s notable to take a closer look at how the three Connecticut money managers are handling their $254 million Powerball win. The partners in a wealth management company, Greg Skidmore, Tim Davidson and Brandon Lacoff, opted for the lump sum of $103.5 million instead of
Gay couples who say “I do” in New York and the five other states that have legalized same-sex marriage should also quickly consider retirement planning, because the financial implications of a same-sex partnership are more complex than they are for conventional marriages. Anna Pfaehler, a CFP with Palisades Hudson Financial Group in Scarsdale, N.Y., offers