Entrepreneurs, you take considerable time and effort to get a business started. You may need to apply this same due diligence prior to your wedding date. Don't get me wrong-- I'm all for marriage-- but let's be smart about this lifetime commitment with its huge tax consequences.
You probably already know that some married couples will pay less in tax, especially if one spouse earns more than the other. But for two well-paid professionals, their combined incomes may put them in the highest tax brackets, also causing their tax bills to rise.
Here are 4 other business matters to consider before you tie the knot.