KPMG LLP said Monday that it would offer tax offsets to its lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender partners and employees for the additional federal and state tax costs they incur when they pay for the medical benefits of same-sex domestic partners.

The announcement comes a month after another Big Four accounting firm, Ernst & Young, said it would begin offering a similar benefit to its employees (see Ernst & Young Provides Tax Break for LGBT Staff).

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