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Making tax day headache free for same-sex couples




Roland Smith (L) puts a ring on the finger of Paul Mattson (R) of Farmington Hills, MI., as the same-sex couple get married at the Oakland County Courthouse on March 22, 2014 in Pontiac, Michigan.
Roland Smith (L) puts a ring on the finger of Paul Mattson (R) of Farmington Hills, MI., as the same-sex couple get married at the Oakland County Courthouse on March 22, 2014 in Pontiac, Michigan.
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With the changes in marriage laws around the country, a lot of couples are trying to figure out how to file their taxes. Several states recognize gay marriage and so does the federal government, but some states do not, creating a host of problems.

Selwyn Gerber, a certified public accountant in Beverly Hills, joins the show to offer some advice.