Married gay, lesbian couples pay thousands more in taxes

12/29/2011 | CNNMoney

Same-sex spouses sometimes pay thousands more in federal income taxes than their straight counterparts because the Defense of Marriage Act bars the IRS from recognizing their marriages. An analysis conducted for CNNMoney explains the many federal tax advantages not available to gay and lesbian married couples.

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