I anchor the carnival with my posting on YOU’RE NEVER TOO OLD TO PAY TAXES. One entry in the carnival answers a question I asked a few postings ago. Apparently California “Registered Domestic Partners”, although not specifically identified as married under the law, must file California state income tax returns as Married – either Joint or Separate. This status is not always a good thing, and dual-earner “domestic partners” may find that they end up paying more state income tax this way.
After viewing the carnival I have just one question – what is a WAHM?
While you are at it, you should check out the new format of TaxBlogger.org.