Originally Posted by clarkstoncracker
Taxed like married couples?
I have a feeling most married couples would benefit from the tax savings of filing jointly
Yes, when compared to married filing separately. Two people make $60,000 each. They are taxed as such, as individual entities. Now they are married, and taxed at $120,000. The progressive tax rate comes into play and bends you over. Dual income and no kids sucks ass. My wife and I get raped when it comes to taxes, as opposed to if we were not married and filed individually. If either individual makes dick for money, then it is a tax savings. It also depends on the difference in incomes between the two individuals.
Once you and Linds are married, you will get a deduction on the tax year you get married. After that, stock up on the Astroglide.