Advocates are hopeful that President Obama's decision to support same-sex marriage will bring gay couples one step closer to equal treatment on taxes, Social Security and other important financial matters.
It's not just an issue of love or even politics: States that legalize gay marriage also experience a significant economic boost.
Ernst & Young is one of about 35 businesses that offer tax benefits to same-sex couples, nearly triple the 12 companies that offered it just a year ago.
These days more couples are opting for prenuptial agreements and co-habitation agreements to avoid stepping in a monetary mess.
Same-sex spouses are paying thousands of dollars more per year in taxes because the federal government doesn't recognize gay marriage.
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These women run companies whose stocks surged in the past year -- significantly beating the S&P 500.
Silicon Valley isn't known for its diversity, but it is home to a handful of highly paid female executives.
These startups are working to leverage technology to level the playing field for minorities and women in tech.
Forget Florida. Residents of these states are happy, safe, and have good health care -- all for the right price.
Jared Leto, Patrick Dempsey, Nas and Will.i.am have at least one thing in common. They're all startup investors.
The new 'Hello Barbie' talking doll is getting some flak for being creepy. But she's in good company.
Apple's stubbornness has a tendency to be aggravating in the near-term but downright prophetic in the long-term. Well ... most of the time.
Whether it's moving to a small coffee plantation in Costa Rica or volunteering at national parks, these six retirees are living the way they want. Here's how they got ...