Gay Couples Still Not Equal When It Comes to Taxes (Podcast)

For Bloomberg Tax from San Francisco–Despite historic and decisive victories at the Supreme Court, same-sex couples are still not fully equal with different-sex couples in the eyes of the U.S. tax code.

That’s the conclusion of University of Pittsburgh law professor Anthony Infanti, who specializes in the intersection of tax policy and gender and sexuality. Infanti speaks with Yuri Nagano about all of the tax benefits that same-sex couples still can’t take advantage of and about just how gendered the language of the tax code really is.

Listen to podcast here.