Tag: IRS Rulings

IRS Ruling — What Does it Mean for Iowa Same-Sex Couples?

As I posted earlier, the IRS recently issued three rulings – a “private letter ruling” and two “CCAs” (CCA = Chief Counsel Advice) that give same-sex couples in California somewhat equal treatment to opposite-sex married couples when filing federal tax returns. You may be wondering how this will affect same-sex married couples in Iowa. Here […]

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IRS Private Letter Ruling on Same-Sex Couples in California

The IRS recently issued a “private letter ruling” that affects same-sex married couples in California. Read more here: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704080104575286931017169308.html. What affect does this have on same-sex married couples in Iowa? It really won’t have much of an affect, because this ruling deals with “community property” rules. Iowa is not a community property state. I’ll post […]

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