Does getting married mean you’ll see more money in your check? I recently added my wife to my benefits at work, also expecting in April?
- PhilosophyAddictLv 79 months ago
if you changed your W2 from single to married yes you will see more money in your check instead of deducted for taxes
- FoofaLv 79 months ago
Depends on whether you've adjusted your dependents on your W-2. But you will have a child tax deduction you can take in future tax years.
- rickLv 79 months ago
In spite of all the hype to the contrary, it just doesn't work that way in the real world. When I got married, it cost me $2000 a year in additional taxes and fees.
- chris nLv 79 months ago
No. You get paid for the work you do - not whether you are married or not or if you have a dozen children. Marriage and families cost money.
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- princess pounderLv 79 months ago
It means another deduction and possible credits when you file a return.