2018 was the year you tied the knot (Mazel!). There are so many firsts for you and your significant other to celebrate. Your first dance, your first home, and this spring, the most exciting of all: your first tax filing. The top of your wedding cake may be chilling in the freezer, awaiting your one-year anniversary, but you can no longer put your taxes on ice. Fear not, lovebirds: Just because tax day draweth nearer doesn't mean the honeymoon is over. H&R Block is here to help and make sure that planning for your 2018 return is less stressful than planning for your big day.
We spoke to Nathan Rigney, Lead Tax Research Analyst at the Tax Institute at H&R Block, to advise us on these five tax tips for newlyweds to help put the "richer" in "for richer or poorer.”