Joining a growing number of firms and companies around the country, McCarter & English has adopted a plan to offset unequal tax treatment faced by employees who cover same-sex partners in their health-insurance plans.

The Internal Revenue Service treats an employer’s contribution for such coverage as imputed income to the employee, but does not do so in the case of heterosexual spouses. As a result, the employee’s taxable income increases.

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