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|Unexpected Expense: Employees Must Pay Tax on Benefits for Domestic Partners|
The Washington Post; subscription may be required
May 5, 2005
Excerpt: [U]nmarried workers are finding that as one barrier falls, another remains standing: taxes. Whether in same-sex or heterosexual unmarried unions, employees who take advantage of health care coverage for their partners are stuck with tax bills for the benefits. Under federal law, any portion of an employer-paid insurance premium that goes for coverage for a domestic partner is treated as taxable income to the employee.
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