7/9/2013

Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has invalidated the Defense of Marriage Act, the Internal Revenue Service must implement the law and determine whether to recognize the same-sex marriages of taxpayers in states that don't recognize their unions. Tax law experts say the agency will face challenges no matter what it does, but they counsel that a consistent and nationwide rule interpreting the law regardless of domicile is the wisest course.

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